ELCAS funded qualifications

Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Service (ELCAS)

As well as awesome apprenticeships we also offer excellent ELCAS funded qualifications.

Bragd are delighted to be an ELCAS approved training provider and to offer various accredited qualifications that attract ELCAS funding including courses in digital and IT, cyber security, digital marketing, management & leadership and business services.

ELCAS is a MOD scheme designed to promote lifelong learning amongst members of the Armed Forces. ELCAS provides members of the military with funding ranging from £1,000 to £2,000 depending on time served.

To be eligible for Enhanced Learning Creditis (ELC), you must have served within the military for a minimum of six years. ELCs will cover 80% of the total course fees up to a maximum of £2,000.  The remaining 20% of the course fee must be covered by your own financial contribution. ELCs can only be used to fund regulated qualifications above Level 3 and must be delivered by an ELCAS approved providers like Bragd.

To apply for ELC funding towards any of the courses we run, you need to complete the relevant ELC Claim Form.


We suggest that you submit your claim six to eight weeks before your course starts to allow time for your application to be processed. When you complete the claim form, you will need to quote our ELCAS Provider ID, which is You will also be required to provide our Approved Learning Provider ID which is 11590.

Once you have your Claim Authorisation Note (CAN), please email us a copy and we will organise your place and confirm your booking.

Leaving the military and joining civvy street can for some be an easy transition, for others it can be more of  a challenge. In typical military style, service leavers meet these challenges head on, but as with any wal;k of life, a helping hand from experts never goes wrong – even if askign for support seems strange.  

Maximising funding and available time is critical for a successful transition to live outside of the military. 

We help service leavers navigate this transition by providing them with internationally recognised qualification that employers actually want. 

From management to IT & cyber security, from digital marketing to business administration, we have you covered.  To find out more about how we may be able to help you, or to book a free, no-obligation consultation, contact us today.

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