Flexible Payment Options

The current economic situation is a regular feature in news headlines, political debates and our daily conversations. We always want to make it as easy and realistic as possible for you to arrange and access your CPD requirements.

So, we now have a range of options which allow you to either pay now or pay later methods. This makes it easier for you to make your course bookings and purchases when you want to learn rather than having to wait for pay day.

You can now choose from a range of payment methods to either debit and credit cards, PayPal and Klarna to make your payments.

Pay now options:

Debit card

PayPal – a quick a easy method to use if you already have a PayPal account.

Pay later options:

Credit card – we accept a wide range of cards meaning you can choose this option to book or purchase now. You then manage your own credit, including any additional fee or interest charges in line with the terms and conditions of your card ownership.

PayPal Pay in 3 – this option (UK residents only) means you can make your booking or purchase today and split the cost into three interest-free monthly payments.

  • PayPal Pay in 3 eligibility is subject to status and approval. Pay in 3 is a form of credit, may not be suitable for everyone and use may affect your credit scores. See Pay in 3 terms and conditions for more details.

Klarna provides a further alternative. You can use it to either pay in full, interest free, up to 30 days from making your booking or, again, to spread the cost over three interest-free monthly instalments.

  • Klarna’s Pay in 3 / Pay in 30 days are unregulated credit agreements. Borrowing more than you can afford or paying late may negatively impact your financial status and ability to obtain credit. 18+, UK residents only. Subject to status. Terms and conditions and late fees apply.

Whichever option you opt for, we secure your course booking or purchase whenever you confirm your choice and details at our checkout stage.

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