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Created 29 April 2021 14:35
Has anyone got any experience of submitting an EAS to return funds out of the current funding year, is this possible?
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See the guidance:
84. An Authorised Claim may only be recorded in your EAS with the prior approval of usor the relevant devolved authority that is providing the funding.85. You may need to use this adjustment type if: we have asked you to repay funding to us following an audit. You must enter any repayments as a negative figure (-xxxx.xx). the devolved authority responsible for funding your provision asks you to use it the funding rules identify an exception where you can use this category.86. We will monitor the use of this adjustment type and may ask for the evidence of authorisation if we believe we have not authorised its use.87. For apprenticeship starts from May 2017, we have separated Authorised Claims into these five adjustment types: Authorised Claims - Training costs exc Maths/Eng - For claims relating to training costs, excluding training in maths and English. Authorised Claims - Additional payments for provider - For claims relating to the £1,000 additional payments we make to you for younger apprentices and eligible 19-23 year olds. Authorised claims - Additional payments for employer - For claims relating to the £1,000 additional payments we make to you on behalf of the employer. Authorised claims - Additional payments for apprentice - For claims relating to the £1,000 Additional Payments we make to you on behalf of the apprentice, for apprentices who are care leavers (aged up to 24 years old). Authorised Claims – Maths and English - For claims relating to training costs in maths and English.
30 April 2021 09:29
Why do you want to return funds?
This may help https://esfahelp.education.gov.uk/hc/en-gb/community/posts/360010453420-Year-End-Funding-Recovery
30 April 2021 10:53
Thanks Martin and Jessicar
30 April 2021 12:47