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Richard Phipps commented,

If they unpause the record then the break in learning in the ILR data should pause the funding. So there is no need for them to pause the record (and risk getting the wrong dates) at all.

If they unpause the record then the break in learning in the ILR data should pause the funding. So there is no need for them to pause the record (and risk getting the wrong dates) at all.

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Richard Phipps commented,

The learners in question haven't progressed onto a second apprenticeship have they? The system doesn't cope very well with an apprentice in this situation as it tries to match the old apprenticeship ILR data to the new DAS start date and vice versa.

The learners in question haven't progressed onto a second apprenticeship have they? The system doesn't cope very well with an apprentice in this situation as it tries to match the old apprenticeshi...

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Richard Phipps commented,

We have seen this issue for over a year with data mismatches. It makes it much harder when we have to deal with report problems like this.

We have seen this issue for over a year with data mismatches. It makes it much harder when we have to deal with report problems like this.

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Don't cheer me up anymore on a Friday Steve! We live in Interesting Times..

Don't cheer me up anymore on a Friday Steve! We live in Interesting Times..

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See my thread 'Strange ILR errors today'. I've emailed the Service Desk: Dear Service Desk,   We have starting getting this new ILR Error since yesterday. It is not listed in the latest validation rules. According to the details in the  ‘detailed report’ from when we upload an ILR for checking:   LearnDelFAMType_102 - A valid LDM code must be returned for this LARS category code FundModel=35|LearnAimRef=60043283|LarsCategoryRef=45|LearnDelFAMType=LDM|LearnDelFAMCode=378|   The FieldValues comment above describes FAM code 378, which is not in our data for any of our learners. So this appears wrong in the error FieldValues comment.   FAM Code 378 is: Code Title Description Required for ESFA Funding Calculation Valid From Valid To 378 Adult Level 3 Offer  This code is used to identify adults learners that undertake a specified Level 3 qualification as part of the Lifetime Skills Guarantee programme through the Adult Education Budget funded via the National Skills Fund.  Y 01/04/2021     But this is not valid until 1st April 2021.   Can you please have a look at why this error is suddenly triggering? Presumably we couldn’t add in FAM code 378 as it’s not valid yet..?   Thanks, Richard

See my thread 'Strange ILR errors today'. I've emailed the Service Desk: Dear Service Desk,   We have starting getting this new ILR Error since yesterday. It is not listed in the latest validation ...