Neil Briggs

LearnFAMType_01

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Hi all,

My first post here (now that I've finally been approved), and my first time clearing up ILR errors without "the boss".

Can anyone advise please as to how I clear LearnFAMType_01 errors please?  I'm still very much learning the ropes in this role, and the validation rules spreadsheet doesn't appear to offer that much in the way of actual advice.

Many thanks, in advance.

Neil

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Martin West

Valid codes are:

Code     Title       Definition           

HNS       High needs students     

To indicate if a local authority has paid element 3 'top-up' funding for an 16-19 (excluding Apprenticeships) funded student whose agreed support costs are greater than £6,000.

 

EHC        Education Health Care plan         

To indicate if the learner has an Education Health Care (EHC) plan.

 

DLA        Disabled students allowance      

To indicate if the learner is in receipt of disabled students allowance.

 

LSR         Learner support reason

The category of learner support awarded to the learner.

 

SEN        Special educational needs           

A learner with a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to be made for them.

 

NLM      National learner monitoring       

To identify any additional monitoring characteristics required for the learner.

 

EDF        Eligibility for 16-19 (excluding Apprenticeships) disadvantage funding     

Learner eligibility for 16-19 (excluding Apprenticeships) disadvantage funding.

 

MCF       GCSE Maths condition of funding             

Indicates the learner is either exempt from or has met the GCSE maths condition of funding.

 

ECF         GCSE English condition of funding            

Indicates the learner is either exempt from or has met the GCSE English condition of funding.

 

FME       Free Meals Eligibility       

Learner eligibility for free meals

 

Notes

This field should only be returned where a FAM type applies to the learner.

What type have you used?

Neil Briggs

Many thanks Martin West - this actually was the memory jog we needed - it's the FME.