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Understanding the Principles of Dementia Care NCFE – Certificate – Level 3



Type of study



  • 09/01/2025 - 25/06/2025 (CL3UPDC/P11)




Andover College, SP10 1EJ


18:00 - 20:30

Fee Details 2

Due to funding restrictions, anyone who doesn’t live in England, isn’t a UK
resident^ or who lives in the local authority areas^ of: 

Cambridge and Peterborough
Greater London Authority
Liverpool City Region
North of Tyne
North East Combined
South Yorkshire
Tees Valley
West Midlands
West of England

Will be unable to apply for fee remission and may be subject to higher course
fees than those published. 

^go to this page on our website to check if your postcode is in a devolved
funding area or to check eligibility if you are a non-UK resident:  

If you don’t live in England or are not a UK resident or live in any of the
above local authority areas and wish to enrol on the course, please contact us
for information on tuition fees.  

Due to funding restrictions, anyone who doesn’t live in England or isn’t a UK
resident will need to
go to this page on our website to check their
eligibility for an Advanced Learning Loan

Fee Code


Fee Remission

Free if aged 19+ and don’t have a FULL L3 or above or unemployed or have a gross salary income (excl benefits) below £25,000* otherwise Advanced Learning Loan available

*includes those who are employed, self-employed, unemployed, not employed. Please contact the College for further information on gross salary income (excl benefits) below £25,000 funding eligibility.

For further information on fee remission details linked to the above Fee Code – refer to our PT Application form on our website.

All fee remission is subject to availability of Government funding at the start date of a course and eligibility criteria.

Please Note

All fees quoted are correct at the time of print and may be subject to change. Due to funding restrictions this course is not available to existing full time Sparsholt College/Andover College students aged 16, 17 or 18 (or 19-24 with an EHCP) on the 31/8 in the year they started/start their course.