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Launch your digital career with a FREE course at ELATT!

Thinking of studying at ELATT? We run a wide range of FREE courses to help you succeed in life and work. Read our FAQs here to find out about some of the most popular questions are students ask before starting one of our courses!


How much will my course cost?
All ELATT students study for FREE. We are able to do this because as a charity we work hard to fundraise for grants and financial support from central government, local government, trusts, foundations and private companies. You can see a full list of our generous supporters here:

Prior to starting your course, we’ll do an eligibility check for you to make sure we can place you on a free course.

When do your courses start?
Our courses start throughout the year – it’s never too late to apply, but hurry, because places go quickly!

Will my course be online or in-person?
Our programmes for young people aged 16 – 19 are all in-person. For adults aged 19+ we offer both online and in-person classes. Apply today and find out more!

How many hours per week will I study?
Most courses run for between six and fifteen hours per week. Please get in touch about your specific course, or find out more on in Courses section:

Can you support me with English and maths GCSE as well?
Yes, we are a recognised GCSE testing centre. If you don’t already have GCSE English and maths we’ll assess you to find out how we can help.

What level will I study?
During your appointment assessment, we will help you work out which course will be the most suitable for you based on your results, previous experiences and interests.


ELATT is an award-winning training provider made up of a dynamic group of people. Graded Outstanding by Ofsted, we are here to help our students realise their potential in all aspects of learning, life, work and wellbeing. We provide FREE courses to over 1,000 Londoners each year, Londoners who improve their skills and move into new and better jobs.

Choose ELATT for:

  • Cutting edge curriculum and digital skills
  • Online and in-person learning options
  • A personalised timetable to meet your individual needs, including assistive technology and equipment loans
  • Small class sizes, with an average of ten students per course.
  • A supportive, safe and friendly environment