It’s like Black Friday, but the only difference is, our deal doesn’t just last for one day… it lasts for almost a whole month!
If you are looking at starting your assessor course, then why wait until the new year to get started? We have been inspired by the madness that is Black Friday and we are offering anyone who is looking to start their course between now and Christmas the option to do so for just £50.
From now until Christmas you can sign up and start your assessor course with Brooks and Kirk for just £50. Regardless of whichever funding option you decide to go ahead with for your assessor course, £50 will get you started on the course within one working day and give you complete access to all of the course material and all of our learning resources.
Let’s run through the funding options and how our Black Friday or Black December deal fits in.
Cover the cost of your Course with a 24+ Loan
There is still the option to get started on your course straight away and completely cover the cost of your course with a 24+ Advanced Learning Loan. Once you have paid the £50 registration fee, you will be able to get started. Then as soon as your loan has been approved and we have received the first payment (generally within 2-3 weeks), you would be reimbursed the £50 registration fee.
Pay Course Fee in Full
We are still offering people the opportunity to save £100 if they choose to pay the remaining course fee in full in the new year. Again, you will be able to get started on the course straight away if you pay the £50 registration fee. Once this has been paid, we will contact you to get you started on the course and we will also arrange a date to take payment for the remaining £600 in January 2016.
Pay in Instalments
With our instalments option, you can arrange the payment for your remaining course fee over whatever time-scale suits you best. So, after you have paid the initial £50 registration fee, we will arrange a personalised payment schedule with yourself for you to pay off the remaining £700. The amount and frequency of the payments is entirely up to you. So, whether you wanted to pay £350 a month for two months or £35 a week for 20 weeks, either way that’s not a problem.