Raising the Participation Age

Raising the Participation Age

What does it mean? The law is changing: from 2015 all young people will have to stay in learning until they are 18. What does it mean for you? You will have to remain in learning until

you are at least 18. Does this mean you have to stay at school after year 11? No, but you do have to be in learning. This includes: full-time education, such as school or college

work-based learning, such as an Apprenticeship part-time education or training if you have a job or are self-employed or volunteering for more than 20 hours a week Education is free until you are 19 Until you are 19 you can study at school or

college for free After this you may have to pay It is important that you make the most of any courses you might want to do while they are still free Next Steps?

Think hard about what you hope to do in the future and find out what qualifications you need. You cant just leave school so you do need to have a plan. Find out what everyone is offering and think about the best choice for you.

Who can help you? Your Careers Adviser in school Your tutors and teachers Your parents 16 - 19 Bursary Fund

Young people aged 16 to 19 studying at school or college may be eligible for support of up to 1,200 How do you qualify?

In care or care leaver Receiving income support Disabled (certain conditions) In hardship

Enquire at your school or college Where can you get information about future opportunities? A good place to start is the Bradford Prospectus where all the courses available in the District are listed

www.ucasprogress.com Bradford Virtual Connexions Centre www.virtualconnexionsbradford.co.uk School and college websites NAS- national apprenticeship website:

www.apprenticeships.org.uk The National Careers Service website https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk You must stay in education or training until you are at least 18. Make sure you make the most of the opportunities

available to you.

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