Learner start date and ILR creation

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  • JohnHarrisonCC
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    Hi,
    Might be an obviuous one, but this there any maximum amount of time between a learner starting learning and their entry upon the ILR. ILR spec says 10 years but surely there must be some shorter period for them to be still fundable?
    Thanks
    John

     
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    Martin West
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    Hi John,
    In principal to be funded it only needs to be included in the current years ILR.

    The ILR specifications Appendix P define the Data Quality Standards which includes the measures for Timeliness (In time): Current and not outdated i.e. providers should adhere to the current ILR timeliness standard.

    In turn the specification includes the following:
    Principle 3: For any particular return, a provider must meet the timeliness specification. To accommodate changes resulting from the introduction of the ILR this can be summarised as:
    • for data for which there is a collection reference date on the timetable the provider must send data that accurately describes all provision delivered up to and including the collection reference date.
    • for other data, where there is no collection reference date, starters, leavers and changes must be returned in a timely way as described in the Provider Support manual for 2013/14.

    In Turn the Provider Support manual includes in 7.2 Standard for Workplace data timeliness:
    ‘The Workplace data timeliness standard is being reviewed for 2013/14 and further details will be provided at a later date’.
    In previous years it was that starts had to be reported within start month+1 and achievement or withdrawal month +2.
    HTH

     
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    JohnHarrisonCC
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    Thanks Martin, very helpful.
    John

     
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