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Majestic College has been awarded train to gain funding for NVQ 2 and NVQ 3 training in Health and Social Care by the Learning Skills Council (LSC).

Majestic College is an OCR accredited NVQ Training Centre, and is also on the DIUS Register of Providers for international students on student visas.

Care and Nursing Home employers wishing to access fully funded training for NVQ Level II and NVQ Level III (Health and Social Care) for their eligible care staff should contact Cynthia Barker, Centre Manager at Majestic College.

info@majesticcollege.org

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15 Responses to “Train to Gain funded training for NVQ Health and Social Care NVQ L2 and NVQ L3”
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  1. Hi,

    Please i will like to know if funding is still available now for NVQ/QCF Level 2 and QCF/NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social. I have a number of people who have made enquiries via my website.

  2. Stanka Krnacova says :

    Hi,

    I am working part time as a Duty Manager at the hotel and I am also doing my MA in Integrative and Humanistic Psychotherapy. I am working as a trainee psychotherapist and at the moment I see 3 clients on a weekly basis. I would like to work in mental health sector instead of working as a Duty Manager. This week I applied for a position of Care Worker. I am not clear about the requirements to get a funding for my NVQ Level 2. Would I need to work some amount of hours a week in mental health in order to be entitled to get a funding? I am Slovak and I have been living in England for 6 years. Would my nationality make any difference in terms of getting a help with cost of the training?

  3. charmaine austin says :

    I would like to pursue a career in health and social care industry and was actually interviewed for a home carer job but the care manager told me that since my spouse settlement visa comes with a condition of “no recourse to public funds”, i can’t have a free NVQ training yet. Well if that’s the case, when would i be entitled to a free NVQ or QCF training course then?

  4. Hello.

    I would like to follow a course in NVQ 2 in health and socialcare since I am already working as a carer. Can anybody tell me where I can find a college that offers free NVQ course for those on spouse visa. I haven’t got ILR yet.

    Thanks.

  5. MOJISOLA OWOYEMI says :

    I HAVE HSMP VISA AND I AM VOLUNTEERING AS A CUSTOMER SERVICE PERSON PLS AM I ELIGIBLE TO NVQ OR ANY OTHER FREE COURSES AS MY VISA READS NO RECOURSE TO PUBLIC FUND. IF NOT WHAT ARE THE WAYS TO GO ABOUT THE COURSE.
    THANK YOU.

  6. I AM A PERMANENT RESIDENT HERE IN UK, WANT TO DO HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE NVQ 2, HOW DO I GO ABOUT IT PLEASE ADVICE.

  7. Florence Ringera says :

    Am a distance learning student in university of Leicester and have already done a course in Home learning college awaiting my certificate in EDI.Do I have to do again an NVQ2 or three to become a senior carer Or Is equivalent with the certificate,since I want a sponsorship license

  8. pasala surya madhavi says :

    i am student in uk doing MBA in one of the college. i have finished my two semisters and now i am doing my desertation. i got visa upto 31/1/2011. i am working as a carer for the last one year. now i want to do nvq 3 in health and social care. can u please tell me the information.when can i start and fee details.

  9. cheryl says :

    i was wondering if anyone knows what an NVQ level 3 in care is equivalent to in USA. I am a UK citizen. I am also a permanent resident in USA. so wondered if anyone could help me on this one please?

  10. Some excellent comments about Train to Gain funded training for NVQ Health and Social Care NVQ L2 and NVQ L3 – I will post some of this info on our website

  11. gladjulie jamolin says :

    i am a permanent resident here and i i want to register for my n.v.q level 3 health and social care whede do i start?

  12. You did not state whether or not you have a Yellow Card at present. You could register as a student on a Yellow Cards, however, as you are Romanian (EU Citizen) who has been living in the UK for two years, you may have other options and should take advice from an OISC registered immigration adviser.

  13. Gabriella says :

    I am a romanian national working as self employed in UK for the last two years. I want to register for NVQ level 2 in health and social care. Where do I start from? do I have to first register with the home office as student then look for a care assistant job and then register on the NVQ? I am really confused. Dont know where to start from. Thanks

  14. What kind of courses? Are they employer funded courses? If government/agency funded the funding organisation should check before approving any funding. Many free courses are offered to all migrants and are funded b the ESF (European Soical Fund).
    If in doubt seek further advice from an immigration adviser ormthe IAS.

  15. Nylrem says :

    Are work permit holders who are here for more than four years who took NVQ and other short courses offered free in breach of their visa agreement which states that there should be no recourse to public funds?

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