Declaration of Criminal Convictions
Next of Kin and Details
Prior Learning, Qualifications and Exemptions
Declaration of Criminal Convictions- Our aim is to create a safe and healthy environment for all those who use Skillnet services. This includes all those studying and working at Skillnet or using its services. We have a duty of care to those under the age of 18 and those deemed to be vulnerable and ‘at risk’. To help achieve these goals we need to know about those applying to Skillnet with unspent convictions. If you answer YES, you will be asked to complete a confidential form disclosing the nature of the unspent conviction. A judgment will then be made based on the information provided. Failure to reveal a conviction may end any training agreement with Skillnet. However, having a criminal record will not necessarily bar you from a place on a Skillnet programme. This will depend on the course, circumstances, and background of the offence.
Please select the description that best describes your current situation
No household member is in employment and the household includes one or more dependent childNo household member is in employment and the household does not include any dependent childrenLearner lives in a single adult household with dependent childrenNone of these apply
For further information refer to Apprenticeship funding rules August 2020 to July 2021