What is the Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC)?
The MOD’s Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC) provided through ELCAS, promotes lifelong learning for members of the UK’s Armed Forces. The ELCAS scheme through approved ELCAS courses, provides financial support for up to three years to enable you to study qualifications at level 3 or above.
What does ELCAS stand for?
ELCAS means the Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme Administration Service. they are the department responsible for administering course claims through the Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC).
What is JSP822?
If you’re interested in ELCAS, you’ve probably come across JSP822 is the MOD publication that covers Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme
Courses can be across multiple disciplines and qualification levels. The Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme covers everything from A-level courses to Counselling courses and beyond.
How to claim ELC
Firstly, this can’t be done via Oxbridge. There are multiple stages to claiming Enhanced Learning Credits. ELCAS is a multi-stage application. In the first instance, you will need to contact your learning staff.
If you’re ready to get started with ELCAS courses, you can begin your claim here.