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    • siennamiller
    • By siennamiller 3rd Sep 19, 4:25 PM
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    Course not eligible for student loan.
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    • 3rd Sep 19, 4:25 PM
    Course not eligible for student loan. 3rd Sep 19 at 4:25 PM
    Hi all,

    Iím looking into a child counselling course with IATE. These courses are 1 year post grad course in therapeutic arts, and then one year Diploma in child counselling.
    Neither of these courses are eligible for government funding.
    Anyone got any bright ideas please?
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    • sheramber
    • By sheramber 3rd Sep 19, 6:21 PM
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    Does the Institute not offer suggestion?
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    How much are the courses? I worked and saved to pay for my NEBOSH H&S course.
    Thanks to money saving tips and debt repayments/becoming debt free I have been able to work and travel for the last 4 years visiting 12 countries and working within 3 of them. Currently living and working in Canada
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    • By Kentish Dave 5th Sep 19, 10:39 PM
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    • 5th Sep 19, 10:39 PM
    Hi all,

    Iím looking into a child counselling course with IATE. These courses are 1 year post grad course in therapeutic arts, and then one year Diploma in child counselling.
    Neither of these courses are eligible for government funding.
    Anyone got any bright ideas please?
    Originally posted by siennamiller
    Save up, or do them part time while working?
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