Apprentice transfers in from another provider

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  • BJB
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    Hi all

    We have an employer who wants to transfer all of their apprentices (all levy) from their current provider over to us.

    Will these apprentices need to complete a full 12 months with us to satisfy minimum duration or will the restart indicator prevent this from being an issue and will the DAS allow the employer to set up a new record to pay us with a duration of less than 12 months?

    All apprentices will remain on their current Standards, qualifications, and functional skills.

    I understand that we will only be able to access the funding remaining that the previous provider has not already been paid.

    many thanks

     
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    steveh
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    The Restart indicator means you can have durations under 12 months, yes (although I think they still show up on the PDSAT report about minimum durations, but as long as they’ve got the RES flag ticked, it’s fine).

    See Table 6 of the Provider Support Manual, page 61.

     
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    BJB
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    Thanks Steve

    It was the “new planned end date for learning aim” in table 6 that made me a bit unsure as they will all remain as they were before.

    Thanks again

     
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    Ruth CJ
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    The funding rules say;

    P44 The only exceptions to the minimum duration requirement are where an apprentice:
    P44.1 Is made redundant with more than six, but less than 12 months remaining before their final day…
    P44.2 Changes their framework pathway / standard option.
    P44.3 Transfers between main providers, but remains on the same framework or standard.
    P44.4 Returns to the same apprenticeship after a break in learning. (See paragraph P281)

     
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    BJB
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    Thanks Ruth

     
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