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Concessions

Concessions are available to specific groups of learners who meet the Eligibility Criteria. If you are claiming a concession you MUST provide evidence (detailed in the Concession Evidence Table at the bottom of this page).

If you are claiming Means Tested Benefit and attending one of the following course sessions you may be entitled to 50% off your Fees
Course Type A Adult Learner ResponsiveCourse Type L Leisure CoursesCourse Type P Progression Courses
* Tuition Fee Element only of the total course fees

If you are 60 years of age or over and attending one of the following course types you may be entitled to 10% off your Fees*
Course Type A Adult Learner ResponsiveCourse Type L Leisure CoursesCourse Type P Progression Courses

‘Concessions* Detail Table’

Learners who are 16 and over and in receipt of MTB may be eligible to claim concession.
Evidence must be produced and valid on enrolment of the course, in all instances originals of documents must be produced,
Once produced MTB evidence is valid for the Whole Academic Year**
*   Concessions are only available to those learners who meet the Skills Funding Agency Eligibility Criteria.
* * Devon ACL’s academic year runs from 1st August to the 1st September in line with Skills Funding Agency Guidance.
N.B. Please note, some concessions may be subject to change, in line with Skills Funding Agency Guidance.

Council Tax Benefit/ Housing Benefit Letter from Council confirming receipt of Council Tax Benefit or Housing Benefit that is valid on date of Enrolment OR Annual Council Tax Statement.
Income Support Letter from Benefits Agency/ Department of Working Pensions/ Inland Revenue confirming valid receipt of Income support on date of enrolment.
Unemployed people in receipt of Job Seeker’s Allowance (Income Based and Contribution Based) Only for courses of no more than 16 GLH per week Document confirming receipt of JSA that is valid on Enrolment Letter from DWP/Inland Revenue confirming benefit and date.
Unwaged Dependant of those Listed above Documents supporting Income Based Benefit (Means Tested Benefit), which include a named dependant, i.e. Husband, wife, co-habiting partner or child, of the person in receipt of the Benefit.
OR
Documents supporting Income Based Benefit AND evidence of co-residence i.e. council tax statement/ driving licence AND evidence that Unwaged dependant is unwaged; P60/ Benefit book etc.
Asylum Seekers in receipt of the equivalent of Income Tested Benefit, and their dependants Evidence from the Home Office confirming Asylum Seeker Status
e.g.  Application Registration Card (ARC)
AND
A copy of a person’s post office receipt of the equivalent of Income Tested Benefit, which must have been issued in the same month that the learner enrols.
*N.B. Asylum seekers must produce new evidence every time the person enrols onto a new course
A learner, or their partner, who is in receipt of Working Tax Credit (WTC) And who has a Income of Less than £15, 276 Full Award Notice From Inland Revenue that is valid on the Date of Enrolment Must be Provided.
Section 1 - states the nature and amount of the award
Section 2 – will state the household income
(Any other Paperwork is Not Acceptable)
A learner who in receipt of Pension Credit, Guaranteed Credit element only (Learners on Savings Credit are not eligible for support) Pension Credit Full Award Notice, ‘How your award has been worked out’.
The amount of each element of the award will be shown under “Your Pension Credit”

(Any other Paperwork is Not Acceptable)
Income Related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) Document confirming receipt of ESA that is valid on Enrolment
Letter from DWP/Inland Revenue confirming benefit and date.


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