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Jess Reading commented, 17 January 2022 10:52
Check your xml file to check what enrolments and their start dates are being returned in the 21/22 ILR. Also maybe check that your prior attainment records are being returned too.
Jess Reading commented, 13 January 2022 15:56
Have you recorded the Original Start Date and Restart Indicator on the restart enrolments? That could clear your error if they are not already populated.
Jess Reading commented, 30 November 2021 17:35
We've used it due to an issue with the monthly payment reports from 17/18. Due to untimely recording of the small employer incentive at our end, the monthly payment report didn't wipe off any co-in...
Jess Reading commented, 30 November 2021 17:29
If the learner found there own job, you cannot record this as work experience on the ILR.
If they are only doing GCSE Maths & English, depending on how many planned hours you deliver those subjects...
Jess Reading commented, 22 November 2021 14:07
We record 16-19 with a long term absence as BIL's just to keep track of them. We don't want to withdraw them on our MIS system as harder to track, and if we left them as continuing, someone would w...
Jess Reading commented, 15 November 2021 11:46
I think you've misinterpreted the 24+ bit. Its sort of saying that from now on 24+ students can access full funding via this new pot but it isn't ringfenced to 24+ student only as per 128.1:
Jess Reading commented, 11 November 2021 11:53
If someone enrolled on say 02/09/21 with a planned start date of 06/09/21, but didn't turn up until 14/09/2021 because they were ill for the first week, we would count all the hours as that was the...
Jess Reading commented, 03 November 2021 16:01
Where in the guidance does it say you have to fund 19-23's via AEB?
NSF is for learners aged 19+ (para 128.1)
Jess Reading commented, 21 October 2021 13:23
So if you had an apprentice who went on a BIL in 20/21 and then returned, you have to report both the BIL and the continuing enrolments in 21/22 and beyond until they complete/withdraw.
If you have...
Jess Reading commented, 20 October 2021 13:08
Thanks least i know i didn't just make it up!