Our New Payment Option – Just in time for Christmas!

For a long time now at Brooks and Kirk, we have offered two different ways of paying for your course. One, being pay in full and saving yourself £100. And two, being our instalments option, where you spread the cost of your course out over anywhere from 2 – 12 months. But with the latest addition to our funding options, you could get the best of both worlds (subject to approval).


At Brooks and Kirk, you can now use something called PayPal Credit to finance your assessor course! With PayPal Credit, you can cover the cost of your course (at the ‘pay in full’ price) and have 4 months to pay it off, interest-free.

We appreciate that for most people looking at starting their assessor course, socks, toiletry sets and playstation games are having to take priority this side of Christmas! But at the same time, Christmas can be an ideal time to fit in an hour or two of study here and their if you are lucky enough to have a week or two off. So, we wanted to provide these people with the opportunity to be able to start on their course straight away and not need to worry about paying it off until the new year.

What is important to note is that, because PayPal credit is essentially an online credit card, all applications do involve a full credit check.

For more information on using PayPal Credit to fund your assessor course, take a look at our PayPal Credit FAQ.

Alternatively, just give us a call at the office! We would be more than happy to talk you through all of our funding options, then you can identify the one that is right for you.

2 thoughts on “Our New Payment Option – Just in time for Christmas!

  • December 26, 2018 at 10:01 pm

    CAVA online course

    I am now confused – on your page //brooksandkirk.co.uk/assessor/assessor-qualifications/cava/ you refer to the course costing 585 if paid by installments however when going to //brooksandkirk.co.uk/assessor/product/cava-own-learners-instalments/ it says Your course fee will either be £700/£735, dependent on which awarding organisation you choose. The two awarding bodies we work with are Pearson Edexcel and Industry Qualifications.

    Can you please clarify?

    With thanks

    • January 3, 2019 at 10:42 am

      Hi Chris,

      Thank you for your query. This was in fact an error on the site and it has now been changed. The overall cost should have read as either £550 or £585. Apologies for any confusion.

      Kind regards,

      Sam Sleight
      Brooks and Kirk


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