The Individual Learning Account (ILA) will soon be replaced by a new Individual Training Account.
The Scottish Beauty School is awaiting feedback from Skills Development Scotland to become an approved learning provider, so students can access funding for makeup, nail and beauty courses in Glasgow, Scotland.
ILAs is getting a refresh over the summer 2017
- This means that the existing scheme will be closed to new applications for a few months.
- The revised scheme will come into effect in October 2017 and will be called an Individual Training Account (ITA).
- If you’re eligible then you’ll still be entitled to funding of up to £200 per year towards a course.
- The differences are that you’ll only be able to do one course in any learner year, and that courses will be geared towards helping you with getting a job or progressing in your career.
For more information about the revised scheme called an Individual Training Account (ITA), please visit Skills Development Scotland's My World of Work website or for further information, please contact their helpline directly on 0800 917 8000
To help, we have also pulled together a FAQs about the new scheme
Individual Learning Accounts
Previously, Individual Learning Accounts (ILAs) were for people 16 or over and living in Scotland, have an income of £22,000 or less, or who are on benefits. If you were eligible, you could get £200 towards the cost of learning with a learner account from Skills Development Scotland.
ILA Scotland is a Scottish government scheme that helps you to pay for learning at a time, place and pace, in a way that suits you.
Course Enquiry Form
ILA Courses: £200
ILA Scotland (Individual Learning Account) is a government scheme to help pay for training courses, whether you want to improve your career prospects or just learn something new.