Camden will pay for reasonable expenses connected with your education or training such as travel costs, books and equipment but this will be subject to an assessment of your needs.
If you are aged 16-25 and have an Education Health and Care Plan, the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) can provide you with information, advice and support.
Your personal advisor will be able to liaise with an allocated SEND worker to help you access this
Your personal advisor will be able to help you with applications for places and to apply for any student loans, grants or bursaries you can access.
You can also get:
Camden has a dedicated Apprenticeship team that works in partnership with local employers to offer young people opportunities to train in a wide variety of industries including IT, business, construction and media.
Camden also offers apprenticeship opportunities within the Council. The Apprenticeship team offers advice and training with essential workplace skills so that young people can ready themselves for employment.
Care leavers who choose to start an apprenticeship can now also access additional support from the government, with a £1000 bursary to help the transition into the workplace.