NEW Covid LDM Codes

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  • Tony1366

    Hi All

    Before I start using these I wanted to ask the forum about how you are interpreting and using these codes especially in relation to Funding Models 10 and 35?

    NEW LDM 368 – COVID-19 temporary or permanent withdrawals – To identify learners who have left their programme without achieving due to COVID-19, including those who are being supported by the provider so they can return when it is safe to do so

    NEW LDM 369 – COVID-19 new programme starts – To identify learners when they start a programme implemented by the provider in response to CV19, with support to ensure they start in learning when it is safe to do so



    Hi Tony

    Was on a call with ILR people the other day and these LDM codes are ONLY to be used for providers receiving Provider Relief Support. I asked if they could update the descriptors to make this clear!

    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 1 day ago by  steveh.


    Thanks for a prompt response, saved be a lot of bother. Happy Holidays, “STAY ALERT”


    Paul Rogers


    WMCA, I understand, will be using these codes.




    Thanks, WMCA have confirmed they are working on guidance which will be published in the next couple of days


    Martin West

    I believe these codes are only to be used by those who have claimed supplier relief funding as stated by Steve.



    I think part of the reason they were so loosely worded in the first place was because there was a feeling that CA’s might want to use them too, so not surprised to hear WMCA might be looking at them…

    Broader answer I think is “don’t use them unless/until you’re explicitly told to”?

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 4 days ago by  steveh.


    Could someone indicate to me where these new codes were published? I am unable to find anything…



    third document down here:

    no published guidance on their use yet that I’ve seen?

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