Wellingtone.

We are an approved supplier
for the MoD's ELC scheme.

MOD Enhanced Learning Credits

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The MOD’s Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) Scheme promotes lifelong learning amongst members of the Armed Forces. Providing financial support in each of a maximum of three separate financial years, the scheme enables higher level learning of a nationally recognised qualification at Level 3 or above (or approved international equivalent) with an approved Learning Provider. It is administered on the Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Service (ELCAS).

Wellingtone is an approved Learning Provider for project management qualifications, including the APM Project Fundamentals Qualification (PFQ) and the APM Project Management Qualification (PMQ) Participants of the ELC scheme can undertake these qualifications through our public training schedule. Please contact us to discuss which course is right for you and to secure your course place.

APM Project Fundamentals Qualification

97%

Our Pass Rate

Our pass rate of 97% is significantly higher than the average pass rate from other Accredited Training Providers.

This qualification is ideal for anyone looking to gain professional recognition of their project management knowledge, whether they are new to the role or have years of experience. This is the most popular professional qualification we deliver with many clients incorporating it into a customised course.

We deliver this course with a keen eye for practical application of tools and techniques; from building a plan to assessing risks and engaging stakeholders.

APM Project Management Qualification

70%

Our Pass Rate

This exam requires preparation and our pass rate is significantly higher than the average of 35% from similar sized Accredited Training Providers.

This qualification is ideal for those looking to build on their practical project management experience or PFQ. We deliver this course with a keen eye for practical application of tools and techniques; from building a plan to assessing risks and engaging stakeholders.

The APM Project Management Qualification is the blue ribbon certification for professional project managers.

Why learn with us?

We can offer you more than one course for your current allocation of Enhanced Learning Credits, allowing you to take full advantage of your allowance. We do this through our bundles which include the APM qualification plus an APM Accredited qualification that allows you to specialise in additional Project Management disciplines.

  • We are trusted training providers, and have authored more courses to have been Accredited by the APM than any other organisation.
  • We DPD courier our comprehensive training pack to your preferred address in advance of the course (*Additional cost for those outside mainland UK).
  • We arrange everything, including your exam registration and invigilation.
  • We provide lots of exam preparation, including exercises and mock papers to maximise your exam success.
  • We support your journey with our FuturePMO Community enabling you to join learning and sharing events to develop your capability beyond the qualification.
  • We take a #HumanFirst approach to everything we do.

Contact us to discuss your training needs through the ELC scheme.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When will I receive my exam results?2024-01-15T21:30:19+00:00

The PFQ results will be sent to you directly from the APM within 8 weeks of the exam.

The PMQ results will be sent to you directly from the APM within 12 weeks of the exam.

How do I pay my contribution?2024-01-15T21:29:39+00:00

Payments can be made directly to Wellingtone with a credit/debit card. Contact us if you need to do this or a different form of payment.

When does Wellingtone need the delegate contribution and the Claim Authorisation Note (CAN)?2024-01-15T21:28:28+00:00

We need to receive the CAN form and the delegate contribution 4 weeks before the start of the course.

What if I need to cancel my attendance?2024-01-15T21:27:54+00:00

Please contact us as soon as possible. We offer a variety of dates, so we will try to accommodate moving you to another course if we can. You can cancel anytime up to 28 days before the course and request a full refund. More than 14 days before your course date you can postpone to a future date without charge. Sorry, but no-shows or cancellations within 14 days are not entitled to a refund, as it’s too late for us to fill your space, and you will have been registered for the exam with the APM.

Am I eligible for ELC?2024-01-15T21:27:21+00:00

Before being eligible to make an ELC claim, individual scheme members must have completed not less than six years of eligible service (lower tier).  If you have completed 4 years of qualifying service before 1st April 2017, please read JSP 822. Only service accumulated since 1st April 2000 may be counted as eligible service for the purpose of the ELC Scheme.

You are entitled to make three ELC claims in total. You can only make one claim per financial year (1 April- 31 March); however, if you have served between 6 and 8 years, you may be eligible to aggregate all three lower-tier claims together, subject to meeting the qualifying criteria in JSP 822

If you are in your qualifying resettlement phase, you may be eligible to claim under the Joint Funding Initiative (PF FE/HE Scheme).

You can find all the guidance you need here.

How do I apply to join a course using my ELC?2024-01-15T21:26:07+00:00

There are several stages to the ELC process. Full information is set out in Joint Service Publication (JSP) 822 and on the Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Service website

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