Steveh

MIS and Funding specialist with over 20 years of experience! Remembers submitting funding returns on floppy disks through the post...

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Steveh commented,

I think they'll all be fine, they've just not been updated yet. There's certainly been nothing to suggest that they (by which I mean *all* non-reg aims) won't be rolled over.

I think they'll all be fine, they've just not been updated yet. There's certainly been nothing to suggest that they (by which I mean *all* non-reg aims) won't be rolled over.

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Steveh commented,

You're correct Ben, definitely wouldn't use partial ach on a programme aim.

You're correct Ben, definitely wouldn't use partial ach on a programme aim.

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Steveh commented,

So, they can't go to Gateway without the proof they've got M&E. Once you've got that, they'll go to Gateway and then, once they've completed their EPA, you can claim the completion payment, there is no real time limit to it.

So, they can't go to Gateway without the proof they've got M&E. Once you've got that, they'll go to Gateway and then, once they've completed their EPA, you can claim the completion payment, there i...

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Steveh commented,

Afraid I can offer you nothing but "hopes and prayers" and confirm you are not alone... 

Afraid I can offer you nothing but "hopes and prayers" and confirm you are not alone... 

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Steveh commented,

Going to depend what hours they're working. If it's under 16 it might count as (capital U) Unemployed by the AEB definition. If it's more than that, just go for Low Wage, not worth assessing the benefit, just the wage.

Going to depend what hours they're working. If it's under 16 it might count as (capital U) Unemployed by the AEB definition. If it's more than that, just go for Low Wage, not worth assessing the be...

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Steveh commented,

Shame it wasn't in Update today (see also: Why hasn't Inform been published for five months?).

Shame it wasn't in Update today (see also: Why hasn't Inform been published for five months?).

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Steveh commented,

Yes, they would, because Area Cost uplift is defined by delivery postcode, not learner home postcode. Somewhat of a vexed question as to whether you're entitled to Area Cost uplift for ALL delivery if you're delivering online...

Yes, they would, because Area Cost uplift is defined by delivery postcode, not learner home postcode. Somewhat of a vexed question as to whether you're entitled to Area Cost uplift for ALL delivery...

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Steveh commented,

Yeah, if some of your delivery generates Area Cost Uplift (ie is in London and the South East) and some doesn't (and check your delivery location postcodes aren't ZZ99 9ZZ!) that would explain the discrepancy.

Yeah, if some of your delivery generates Area Cost Uplift (ie is in London and the South East) and some doesn't (and check your delivery location postcodes aren't ZZ99 9ZZ!) that would explain the ...