Ways you can pay for training

There are a few ways you can choose to pay for your training. Here we detail the options so you can decide what is best for you.

Card payments

The easiest and fastest way to get instant access to your courses.

Pay by debit or credit card – either your own or a company card.

Transactions are processed securly through Stripe.

A PDF invoice receipt will be attached to your confirmation email.

Bank transfer (Invoice/BACS)

Place an order on the website then settle the payment by making a bank transfer/Bacs payment through your bank.

Your order will only be completed when we have received the payment and processed the order – please allow 3-5 days to receive access to the course.

Payment instructions will be shown in the email and on the PDF invoice attached to your order confirmation email.

Account funds

Credit your account at any time to use towards future training purchases. The balance does not expire and carries over from year to year.

Ideal for when you want to raise a larger purchase order with your organisation – perhaps you want to allocate your training budget at the start of the financial year, or spend your remaining training budget before the next accounting year starts.

Once the credit is on your account, you can pay for training courses using account funds as and when you need them. No need to arrange multiple payments with your organisation’s accounts department.

If the funds are on behalf of a department, top up your own account and then let us know which team members you would like us to redistribute the funds to. They will then be able to pay for courses themselves by using the funds on their accounts.

When crediting your account, you can choose between making a card payment or bank transfer. These are detailed above.


Please contact us to discuss the right payment option for you and your organisation.

We can also offer support with finding the right training to suit you and your team members – simply drop us a line with your requirements.

Contact support@legacymanagement.org.uk