There are lots of opportunities available to help you gain qualifications to enhance your knowledge and skills.
Study for a degree level qualification with a leading university with a Graduate Apprenticeship.
There are a number of qualifications available to suit different roles within NLC. The programmes last for 3 or 4 years depending on the level you have committed to and are achieved through a mixture of online tasks, direct teaching at the university and work-based learning.
A commitment to studying in your own time is vital to achieve the qualifications in addition to any time at work agreed with your line manager. Click the link below to find out more.
Specifically designed for employees working within a housing environment, these qualifications help to increase your knowledge and improve the service we deliver.
I want to apply to undertake a different further education qualification
There are specific processes for applying for Graduate Apprenticeships and Housing Qualifications and you can find out more from the links above.
To apply for any other further education funded by NLC the first thing you should do is discuss this with your line manager.
If your manager supports your application they should complete Qualification Agreement Part 1 and then pass to a senior manager for approval.
If approval is given for you to start a course you need to complete an undertaking, Qualification Agreement Part 2.
You can find out more about the terms of the undertaking in our Learning and Development Policy on Connect
For more information on on this, and other learning and development opportunities contact Talent & Organisational Development.