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salamandersam

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I signed up for train 4 trade in june 2011 ive been paying the £135 each month since then. However due to a new job as an apprentice joiner (went for a job to gain site experience which lead to the joinery apprenticship) ive no time to study and have only completed tma01. Im struggling to continue with the payments and am looking for a way out. Ive had a browse on the web and oit found any solutions to my problem.
Any suggestions would be great thanks. Im only 20 and want to move into my own place in the next couple of years but its just not possible if i have to continue to pay for a course i just dont have time for
 
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telectrix

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i think you are stuffed. you have signed a legally binding contract with the training provider.
 
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salamandersam

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Thanks for your reply. Not what i was hoping for
 
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Silly Sausage

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You need to talk to them to see if there is a way out.
If you can't get out and assuming this is home study stuff, surely you can find the time to carry on.
 
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salamandersam

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The only way they suggest is paying half the remaining balance which is still over £1000
 

applemac

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Take your paperwork to citizens advice bureau , if there's a way out you need to find it properly.
Good luck with this.
 
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The only way they suggest is paying half the remaining balance which is still over £1000
That's a saving of £1000.

That said, the contract you signed is what they will go on, so as this probably happens a lot to them and I would guess that they know what they can do and can't do legally
 
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