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Edited 20 January 2021 15:39
Can anyone help on how to adjust the study programme GLH if a learner withdraws within the 6 week qualifying period?
For example if we have a learner on a study programme of 450 hours but only completes 40 hours within 4 weeks are we to simply to re-adjust the ILR and input the hours that have been completed against the attendance registers?Thanks
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16-19 Funding Guidance says;
Q16 When a student withdraws from their entire study programme before they meetthe funding start criteria do their planned hours need adjustment?A No. When a student withdraws from all their learning aims, and therefore withdrawsfrom their whole programme, as long as they have not met the criteria to count as afunded start then providers do not need to change the planned hours. This can bechecked by using the 16 to 19 funding claim report that only lists students who havemet their relevant funding start criteria.
GLH is no longer used in the ILR, that's just used nationally to determine funding rates on each learning aim I think.
20 January 2021 15:16
Hi Ruth thanks for the response. This is what I saw in the guidance which is why I'm getting confused as what to do. I think coming from apprenticeships is giving me a mental block.
As our SP programme consists of Employability (core aim) then Maths and English, is a learner leaves then they are withdrawn from all aims.
Q12 If a young person withdraws from just one learning aim in their study programmewithin the first 6 weeks of their programme during the funding year, does theinstitution have to change the planned hours?A12 Yes, the institution must update the planned hours to remove all of the hours forthe aim from the total. This rule applies regardless of the original length of the studyprogramme or the funding band of the student. If excluding the hours alreadydelivered within the first 6 weeks would make a material difference to the student’sfunding band, institutions can include just the hours that they have already delivere
20 January 2021 16:29
Q12 is specifically where they withdraw from some aims, but remain on others. That's because we'd continue to receive funding, and if we didn't adjust the planned hours, would still be claiming funding for hours on an aim they didn't qualify for funding on. If they withdraw completely before they qualify for funding, it doesn't matter what the hours are, you get no funding regardless.
20 January 2021 18:07