Further Education (FE) refers to educational choices made after your 16th birthday and covers all qualifications lower than a degree.

Further education is available for all ages whether you are already pursuing a profession/trade or looking to attain new skills. Some basic courses are free and you may not have to pay for tuition if you’re under 24 and studying for your first qualification equivalent to GCSE or A level.

More information on Further Education, including available courses and financial help with study, is available at the GOV.UK website.

Information on Apprenticeships can be found here. To register your profile, search vacancies and apply for apprenticeships in England click here.

To find out what courses and qualifications are available in your area, click here.

More information on financial help for students aged 16-19 is available from Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) and from MoneyHelper.

The Student Room provides a step by step guide to understanding and planning further education.

The National Careers Service offers face-to-face help and advice on training, learning and working.

More information is available at the following links:

A Guide to Further Education for anyone with learning, health or disability issues is available from Disability Rights UK.

Government funded Traineeships are available for young people aged 16-19 and for young people with Learning Difficulty Assessments up to an academic age of 25.

If you're aged 16-25 and unemployed The Princes Trust offer courses that can give you skills, support and work experience, and you'll meet other young people with similar goals to you.

For a comprehensive guide to the options available for Training and Education for employment follow this link.

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