Achieve Your Goals with ELCAS-Funded Training

ELCAS stands for Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Service. It is a scheme run by the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) to provide financial assistance for current and former armed forces personnel to pursue education and training opportunities. The funding is intended to support higher-level learning and is only available for ELCAS-approved training programmes that result in a certificate of achievement upon completion.

To qualify for ELCAS funding, service members must meet certain eligibility criteria, such as having completed a minimum period of service and being in good standing with their commanding officer. The Knowledge Academy's ELCAS-approved courses can help you improve your professional abilities and employability. Our training courses are created to provide you with the knowledge you need for a successful career in project management, cybersecurity, and other fields.

Transitioning to Civilian Life with ELCAS

ELCAS funding covers up to 80% of the cost of training courses that are accredited by recognised awarding bodies, providing military personnel with the opportunity to expand their skills and knowledge, advance their careers, and smoothly transition to civilian life.

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Higher Tier ELC Claim Up to

£2000
ELCAS’s Success Transition of Service Leavers 235,000

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is ELCAS? faq-arrow

The MOD's Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) programme, which is intended to help soldiers who are leaving the Armed Forces with training that may boost their future careers, is administered by the Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Service (ELCAS).

Who is eligible to take part in the ELCAS Scheme? faq-arrow

The ELCAS scheme is available to serving and former members of the UK Armed Forces who have completed a minimum of four years' service and meet other eligibility criteria. The scheme provides funding for further education and training.

How do I apply for ELCAS Funding? faq-arrow

Eligible service members can apply for ELCAS funding through the programme's online portal. They will need to provide supporting documentation and details about the course or programme they wish to pursue.

How long does it take to approve ELCAS funding? faq-arrow

It is important to apply as early as possible because the ELCAS financing acceptance procedure might take several weeks.

How do the Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) work for Armed Forces members? faq-arrow

ELC (Enhanced Learning Credits) provides financial support for the educational aspirations of both current Armed Forces personnel and veterans for up to five years after they leave service. The level of funding is determined by the number of years of service:

  • Lower Tier - After completing either 4 years of service (pre-1st April 2017) or 6 years (post-1st April 2017), you can receive up to three awards of £1,000 each per financial year.
  • Aggregated Lower Tier - For those with 6 or more years of service post-1st April 2016, there's an option for a one-time award of £3,000 per financial year. However, this can't be combined with a Lower Tier or Upper Tier claim.
  • Upper Tier - If you've served 8 years or more, you can claim up to three awards of £2,000 each per financial year.
What are the rules for ELCAS? faq-arrow

ELCAS complies with regulations to guarantee the efficient use of education benefits as it assists UK Armed Forces members in transitioning to civilian life. Access to authorised courses is available to eligible personnel through ELCAS, with funding split into two rates based on service tenure. Proof of course completion and bills must be submitted with the claim within the allotted time frames. Up to ten years after service, funding is still available. It is a good idea to get approval for courses in advance, and it's crucial to let ELCAS know if anything changes. The official website, employment counsellors, and educational institutions all offer support. Following these guidelines maximises ELCAS's assistance with people's job changes.

When you can claim for ELCAS? faq-arrow

After finishing a course that has been approved, you can submit an ELCAS (Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Service) claim. You can file a claim for reimbursement as soon as you complete the course and have the required supporting documents, including invoices, receipts, and proof of course completion. It's crucial to follow the precise deadlines for filing claims, which change depending on when the course was completed. In general, claims must be filed within a reasonable time period following course completion to guarantee that you get the funding you're due to for your efforts in education and training.

Which is the best source of information about ELCAS? faq-arrow

The official ELCAS website is the best place to learn more about ELCAS (Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Service). Here, you'll find precise and current information about eligibility requirements, accepted courses, financing tiers, claim procedures, time constraints, and other important rules. You can also ask the career counsellors at your service for advice; they have first-hand experience with ELCAS and can offer tailored support. By relying on these official sources, you can be confident that you'll get complete and reliable information so you can decide whether to use ELCAS for your education and training needs.

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You could also ask your education or learning advisor, or contact us and speak to our experts at 01344 203999.

Can I undertake a programme of study outside the UK with ELCAS funding? faq-arrow

No, ELCAS funding can only be used to pursue courses that are authorised by the programme and based in the UK. It cannot be used to fund programmes of study outside of the UK.

How much funding is offered by ELCAS? faq-arrow

The amount of funding offered by ELCAS varies depending on the individual's circumstances and the type of course or qualification they are pursuing. There is no set amount of funding, and it can cover all or part of the course costs.

What kinds of courses are covered by the ELCAS funding scheme? faq-arrow

Undergraduate and graduate degrees, professional development courses, apprenticeships, and vocational credentials are all covered by ELCAS. These programmes are provided by The Knowledge Academy situated in the UK and meet the requirements of the ELCAS funding scheme to qualify for funding.

What happens if I withdraw from an ELCAS-funded course? faq-arrow

If you withdraw from an ELCAS-funded course, you may be required to repay some or all of the funding you received. The amount you have to repay will depend on the specific circumstances of your withdrawal.

Can I transfer my ELCAS funding to someone else? faq-arrow

No, ELCAS funding is non-transferable and can only be used by the individual who applied for it. The funding cannot be transferred to another person, even if they are a military member.

Can I receive ELCAS funds for courses not related to my military employment? faq-arrow

Yes, ELCAS funding is available for any course that can aid in career development and be helpful for your successful transition to civilian life.

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