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Created 05 May 2022 13:42
It has been brought to my attention that we have learners who never took their level 1 functional skills exam and just continue to learn and take and complete the level 2 functional skills exam.
I can't imagine a fundamental issue doing so as they are achieving the relevant levels, but how would this be reflected in the ILR for funding for functional skills learning? Level 1 was switched on and i was not informed they stopped learning as they did not take the level 1 exam and carried on learning, and it is hard to distinguish at what point they changed between levels.
Is leaving just level 1 switched on until they stop learning altogether for the functional skill acceptable and never claim for the other level, or is there a specific way to do it?
Many thanks, Dean.
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06 May 2022 07:49
Kelly Knights our scenario relates to L3+ apprentices who are required to be achieving L2 or above for functional skills. They are only taking the L2 exam and passing it, despite learning the level 1 and level 2 content. Thanks.
09 May 2022 11:35
Normally L3 apprentices always do L2. What level is their Initial Assessment result?
09 May 2022 11:45