Enrolment - How to Enrol

Your guide to enrolling at SACC
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Once you have selected your course/s, there are four ways to enrol:
Web: If you are a full fee payer or over 65 you can enrol online. Please visit www.southend-adult.ac.uk where you can fill in an enrolment form and pay securely for your course online.
By phone: If you have a credit or debit card you can enrol over the telephone. If you wish to use this service, please call 01702 445700 and select option 1
In person: Please download and complete an enrolment form and pay at reception during term time at the Southchurch Centre between:
• 09:00-20:00 Monday-Wednesday

• 09:00-16:30 Thursday

• 09:00-16:00 Friday
By post: Please download and complete an enrolment form and post along with the necessary payment and proof of benefit (if applicable) to:
The Enrolment Unit
Southend Adult Community College
Ambleside Drive
Southend on Sea
Essex
SS1 2UP.
You will be notified, by email/text where this has been provided, if the course you have chosen is full.

If you are enrolling on a course that is level 3 or above, the government have introduced Advanced Learning Loans. Further details of this facility are available please click here.

If you wish to take a course that leads to a qualification at level 1 or 2 and you are in receipt of either JSA or ESA (WRAG) your fees will be waived.
Acceptable proof: Please supply a letter from Job Centre Plus confirming receipt of benefit with your Enrolment Form.

If you wish to take a course that does not lead to a qualification and are in receipt of one of the following benefits or Universal Credit you will be entitled to pay a reduced fee (benefit rate):
Acceptable proof: You only need to submit one of these as proof of benefit. If you receive, an income-based state benefit that is not included in this list, please contact the College, as you may still be eligible.
• Award notice from DWP
• Award notice issued by HM Revenue and Customs
• Council Tax notification form confirming receipt of benefit, or Council Tax demand stating the amount of benefit payable
• Housing Benefit notification form from local council confirming receipt of benefit
• Income Support notification form from Job Centre Plus or DWP, confirming receipt of benefit
• Letter from Job Centre Plus or DWP confirming receipt of benefit
• Universal Credit notification

Concessions: An automatic discount is also available to those over 62 who wish to study a course that does not lead to a qualification.