Fees and Refunds

We make every effort to keep our prices as low as possible and therefore regret that we cannot return payments to students who withdraw from a course. However, consideration will be given to refunding course fees up to 14 days before a course start date; a £10 administration charge will be levied. Transfer between courses is sometimes possible. However, unless this is on the advice of Yateley School Adult & Community Learning, a £10 administration charge will be levied.

No refunds will be made if a student withdraws from a course less than 7 days before the start of the course.

Once a course has started the centre will only consider refund requests in exceptional personal or family circumstances: holidays, new time commitments and similar changes do not qualify.

All course fees are payable at the time of enrolment. The fees quoted are current at the time of publication but may be changed at any time up to the date of enrolment.  Fees will not normally be refunded unless Yateley School Adult & Community Learning cancels a course.  We reserve the right to reduce or vary the duration of a course and to close a course at any time if attendance numbers drop below a reasonable level.

Some courses such as Cooking and Arts & Craft may carry additional expenses for materials. Please check with the Community Team at time of enrolment.


Minimum Enrolment Number 

If a course does not have enough learners enrolled it may not run.  Sometimes we can run a course for a shorter period of time at the same cost to make it viable, if all learners are in agreement.

Fee Remission is applicable to some courses


For 2018/19 on a limited number of courses, a 50% concession of fees is offered to the following learners:

  • Those eligible and in receipt of Work-related benefits including Working Tax Credit (Income limit £16,105)
  • Those eligible and in receipt of Income Support or Universal Credit; Council Tax; or Housing Benefit
  • Those eligible and in receipt of a State Pension
  • Those aged 19-24 who were formerly in the care of Hampshire County Council (Care Leaver)
  • Learners who are asylum seekers (or their dependant) in receipt of the equivalent of income based benefit (assistance under the terms of the 1999 Immigration and Asylum Act)

Overseas Student If you have lived outside the European Economic Area during the last three years you may be considered as an overseas learner, in which case special fee rates will be payable.


Information for adult learners enrolled on Hampshire Future courses

We want to be sure that we are reaching people from all communities including those who may need support with particular needs. Learning for All in Hampshire sets out our commitment and tells you how we can support you.

You may find our Learner Entitlement Statement helpful. It tells you what you can expect once you have enrolled on one of our Hampshire Learning courses.


Yateley School is committed in safeguarding children and vulnerable adults in all recruitment processes.