The 4 steps to the ELC Process:
CHOOSE A COURSE
The ELC process is simple and easy. When you’ve chosen a start date from our courses calendar, speak to your training/resettlement officer about the course you would like to take. He/she will then give you authority to proceed.
The 1746’ document will be given to you from your Resettlement Officer. Simply complete section 1 and fax to Technique Learning Solutions on 01246 802223. We will book you into the desired course and return the 1746 form to you or your Resettlement Officer.
Evidence such as your (Credit Authorisation Note) will then be sent to your resettlement Officer. Fax this to Technique Learning Solutions and bring the original on your first training day. The Credit Authorisation Note shows your contribution and also the ELCAS contribution. Once we receive your contribution, Technique Learning Solution will send out your course confirmation details via email. The invoice for the ELCAS contribution is raised and sent to M.O.D. finance department.
The next step is to attend the course itself! Once you’ve attended your training with us, we’ll complete & sign your 1748 CWA/CTA confirmation and claim form. This can and only will be signed on your last day of training. Successful candidates will receive their course certificates in the post via recorded delivery.
The ELC is provided to you under the following circumstances;
(1) The Lower Tier level provides funding for up to a maximum of 3 awards of up to £1k per Financial Year. The applicant must have completed either 4 or more years qualifying service completed before 1 Apr 17, or otherwise 6 or more years qualifying service completed on or after 1 Apr 17.
(2) From 1 Apr 16, a new type of award is available, called an Aggregated Lower Tier award, which provides a single award of up to £3k for an applicant who have completed 6 or more years qualifying service on or after 1 Apr 16. This type of award may not be taken by applicant or claimant who previously accessed a Lower Tier award or who qualify for Upper Tier awards.
(3) The Upper Tier level provides funding for up to a maximum of 3 awards of up to £2k per Financial Year. The applicant or claimant must have completed 8 or more years qualifying service.
*PLEASE NOTE: No Discounts, Free Toolkits, gifts or otherwise are eligible to ELCAS delegates as this can be interpreted by ELCAS as an inducement*