For me, it would be the date of the application to the awarding body as all work for that learning aim was complete on that date, but I wouldn’t include the achievement in the ILR until I’d received confirmation from the AB that the calculated result was agreed. There would be all sorts of issues if you applied an achievement date, received the completion payment and then had to back track on the claim if your result was not confirmed.
As nothing happens with the data (there’s no completion/achievement payment for FS itself and they don’t have a qualification achievement rate) it kind of doesn’t matter what date you put, but when they finish learning is probably as good a one as any?
This reply was modified 6 days, 9 hours ago by steveh.
Many thanks for your replies, apologies I did mean end date for this not achievement date – bad choice of words!
Just wanted to check to see what date you needed to enter onto the ILR the date you applied for the calculated result or when the awarding body confirms it.
The ILR Actual End Date is always last day of evidenced learning, so it’s neither the date you apply to the awarding body for the calculated result, nor the date the awarding body confirms it. Assessments can usually count towards the Actual End Date, but since there weren’t any this year, it will be the date you last did some delivery (including online).