A brief introduction (what is non advanced education)
Those who pursue a non-advanced education mean that they should avoid courses that are unrelated to advanced education. Education in this context is education that has to do with a school or college. Thus, a child who gets that type of education like homeschooling is called a full-time nonadvanced student. Students in this category are typically younger than 16.
Non-advanced full-time education:
An eligible young person is one who is at least 16 years old, 17 years old, 18 years old or 19 years old, and is in full-time non advanced education. That means that person is 16 or 17 and has completed their full-time non advanced education and will enroll for further education, work, and other training careers.
The term full-time education refers to education that consists of 12 hours per week, excluding lunch and homework breaks. Hence, this is what full-time education means. In England, full-time education can also include education other than schooling. So, 540 hours constitute a full-time employee in a 12-month period.
Full-time non-advanced education examples:
- Grades GCSE, A level, IGCSE, Pre-U, and International Baccalaureate
- At NVQ 1, 2, 3
- BA (accredited)
- SVQ Levels 1, 2 and 3
- Scottish qualifications
In this sense, we do not mean courses of education provided by an employer or part-time jobs. We do not use the term in this sense.
It refers to an individual who is aged 16, 17, 18, or 19, and he is enrolled in an approved training program and is not being hired by an employer. That is why it is called approved training. However, training can only be approved if it is provided by one of these sources:
- Scottish: Employability Fund.
- For Wales: Apprenticeships and training program Foundation
- Northeast: Children and Young People 2.1, Training for Success
Young Person’s Child Benefit:
Until the age of 20, every young person should attend full-time, non advanced education and training. Consequently, if a person is in his 19th year of life, he must be enrolled full-time in non advanced education and training, and he must have been accepted or enrolled in the course before 19 years of age.
When a person leaves full-time, non-advanced education, what happens?
Young people who do not take full-time non advanced education. Consequently, there will be a negative effect on his grooming. Hence, it will leave a negative impact on his life. You will no longer be eligible for child benefit if a young person reaches age 20 before one of these dates. Full-time nonadvanced education or approved training ends on the date the school, college, or training provider says it ends.
Who is eligible for an Extension?
To qualify, you must be a member of any of the following bodies:
- Career services in your area.
- Such as local authority support services or similar organizations.
- Defense Ministry.
- Organizations in any European economic area are similar to those on this list.
What is the application process?
You can apply online here:
You can contact the child benefit helpline by phone.
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