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Created 07 October 2020 12:32
I've got 2 DLOCK12 errors on RO14, both of which learners are on a break in learning. The ILR states they have temporarily withdrawn from the aim due to an agreed break in learning, with the associated date. Have I missed something? I've not got anything in destination or progression data.
Also, I've got 3 DLOCK10 errors on the reports page, but they are not showing up as errors on the Apprenticeship Service. They are just learners who have stopped their Apprenticeship - Destination and Progression data has been added on the ILR return.
Neither DLOCK error is showing up on the Apprenticeship Service website.
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The Dlock_12 indicates a date difference between the ILR and the date the employer has paused the record so you will need to check the dates to resolve.
Dlock_10 issues are similar in that the employer has stopped payments from a different date and if this is prior to the completion date it may affect payment.
07 October 2020 12:49
Brilliant, will take a look - thanks
07 October 2020 13:15
Hi Martin, I can see what has happened. We put the learner on 'pause' in march due to Covid. On the ILR completion code 4. Then in August, whilst they were still on a break in learning, they left the company and didn't continue with the Apprenticeship. The Apprenticeship Service was updated with the end date of August.
If I change the ILR to code 3 for August, will the audit trail show on ILR submissions that he was on hold for a few months before leaving?
08 October 2020 09:58
Did you mean completion code 6?
You change this to to 3 but leave the end date as per the BIL
08 October 2020 14:20