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    Hi im studying towards the level 3 early years educator qualification. I'm only studying for this to improve my sevice as a childminder. I am also studying for my GCSE English as I never received the C grade when I was at a school and it is a exit requirement of the level 3.
    I presume im ok to put through this as an expense but I received an adult learner loan for the level 3. Can I still put it through as im liable for paying it back?
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    This is a few years old but one of our members researched it before putting it in files

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    Thanks Sarah, sorry it took so long to get back to thank you. A last minute holiday.
    Not what I was hoping to read but better to be informed so thank you.
    Seems very unfair that if I was working in a nursery they would probably fund my level 3 but because i'm self employed I cant even put it through for tax reduction.
    As ever I really appreciate the effort you put in to answering my queries.
    Amy

 

 

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