If you are a young person on an apprenticeship or a youth training scheme you may be entitled to a discount.
If you live alone a 50% discount is awarded to your address and if you live with one other person, a 25% discount is awarded. If two or more people others are living with you, no discount can be awarded.
An apprentice is defined as someone who is:
employed to learn a trade, business, profession, in office or vocational work.
undertaking a programme of training leading to a qualification.
earning a salary, which is less than if qualified and less than £195.00 per week.
A youth trainee is defined as someone who is:
under 25 years of age, and
training under an individual training plan issued on a scheme run under Section 2 of the Employment Training Act 1973 or Section 2 of the Enterprise and New Town (Scotland) Act 1991.
Youth Credit, Options, Future and Next Step trainees also qualify if they meet the above definition.
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