Hi please could someone be specific with the evidence we can use to use for a last day in learning.
Previously it had to be quite tangible evidence reviews assessments register classroom attendance etc. But for example now if a learner last uploaded evidence onto onefile and 6 weeks later or even longer and a review has NOT taken place but they are still accessing onefile if they then leave their employer can the last day of their employment be classed as evidence as surely they are ‘in learning’ everyday whilst doing the job as an apprentice
It is not simple as that as you need to evidence the last day in learning and not the last day of employment although they may be the same where the evidence on OneFile confirms learning activity has taken place on the last day of employment. It would be when the learning had taken place and not when it was uploaded.
Thanks Martin so would evidence of in learning from an apprentices manager on their last day be sufficient to use ie. register of attendance if the last recorded review or work done was say 2 months previous or would the end date have to be taken back to the last recorded evidence
You can use evidence of training with the provider or at the workplace but evidence from the workplace must include that learning was delivered at not just attendance at the workplace.
As per normal practice you must record the withdrawal date as the last date that can be evidenced as in learning.