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Advice please re-my son. He has been on JSA since Oct.2012 and is doing voluntary work set up by the local Council.


They have funded him on 2 courses related to the work he's doing.(Gardening and site clearing,brush cutting tool usage)

He has seen on the local College site that the next couse that would be appropriate to go on (Chain Saw use etc) the College state that people on JSA will have their fees waived.


On enquiring today at his JC, they have advised him that they only "fund training" if there is a job at the end of it.


Is this correct ? as I cannot see how without any training very few will be able to get jobs, or is this statement the usual JC brush off ?


Advice appreciated



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Pete can he just not book the course and them show them he is on jsa and get his fees waived? Or is that too simplistic for the college...Or they will not release him for the course?

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