Victoria Mansfield

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Hi - hope you don't mind me tailgating your thread! Can you use evidence of learning on the FS aim as evidence of last day of learning date for all aims when recording a BiL? I've only ever used learning on the main component aim before...

Hi - hope you don't mind me tailgating your thread! Can you use evidence of learning on the FS aim as evidence of last day of learning date for all aims when recording a BiL? I've only ever used le...

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Gill Knight did you ever find the answer to this question? We haven't got to that point yet, but it was something I was wondering about! Thanks :)

Gill Knight did you ever find the answer to this question? We haven't got to that point yet, but it was something I was wondering about! Thanks :)

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Victoria Mansfield commented,

Ah, that's fantastic, thank you! It looks like it's worth us taking a look to see if there are schemes available to all our apprentices not just those with mobility issues. Good to know! Thanks again for your help and the extra info :)

Ah, that's fantastic, thank you! It looks like it's worth us taking a look to see if there are schemes available to all our apprentices not just those with mobility issues. Good to know! Thanks aga...

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Just in case it's useful for someone searching on this later, here's the response I got from the helpdesk: I understand from your email that you would clarification on which changes in circumstances would require learners to be restarted on a revised standard. I will be referring to the main provider funding rules to help answer this query. You can find the current funding rules on Gov.uk, here: Apprenticeship funding rules - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk). If a learner changes employer during a break in learning, this is no longer a break in learning. The learner must be withdrawn and started on a new apprenticeship programme, which would mean starting them on the revised standard. This is because the learner will not be returning to the same employer after the break in learning. You can find a flowchart to assist you in determining what is a break in learning on page 69 of the main provider funding rules. Learners on a break in learning are still considered to be on programme, and as long as they return to the same apprenticeship programme, with the same employer and the same training provider, they can resume their original apprenticeship programme. You can find actions to take regarding a break in learning in funding rules P322 and P323 (page 70). If an learner changes employer and is out of employment for lass than four weeks, then they can continue on the same apprenticeship programme. You must action this change of employer using the change of employer process, which you can find here: Record a change of employer – Apprenticeship Service Support (education.gov.uk). If the learner is out of employment for moor than four weeks, then they must be withdrawn from the programme and restarted on a new apprenticeship once they return to employment. Prior learning must be taken into account and they must satisfy a minimum duration of 12 months. Details of actions to take where an apprentice changes employer can be found in funding rules P336 to P341 (page 75). Funding rules, P342 and P343 lay out actions to take if an apprentice is made redundant. Once you have followed this guidance, the actions to take for a change of employer will apply and funding rules P336 to P341, outlined above, will apply.

Just in case it's useful for someone searching on this later, here's the response I got from the helpdesk:I understand from your email that you would clarification on which changes in circumstances...