Reporting withdrawal in previous year

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  • Martin Gallagher
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    We have a learner who’s withdrawal date is in July 2019 (so in the 2018/19 year), however we were not made aware of this when we submitted R01 (therefore we reported the learner as continuing in R01).

    We will close this learner off in R14.

    What should we do for this learner in R02?

    We can either submit them with this retrospective leaving date (which is in the previous academic year) or just not return the learner at all.

    Any suggestions?

     
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    jessicar
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    We’d always remove them from 1920 in this scenario.

     
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    Martin West
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    Copy That, just not return the learner at all in R02

     
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    Martin Gallagher
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    Thanks both

     
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    RCartwright
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    I have a similar question and am sure someone out there will help me. We are new to the ILR and managed to submit an R02 which included some enrolments on GCSE English. However, I have now been told that the student is exempt. Can I simply delete the GCSE enrolment or will I have to withdraw them? I am not sure whether the ILR looks between returns and expects to see the same enrolments or whether it will be happy for it to just disappear. Thank you

     
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    Martin West
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    Your current ILR for the funding year overwrites any previous return so you can delete the enrolment where they started in the current funding year.
    If they started in the previous year you should withdraw back to the original start date.
    HTH

     
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    RCartwright
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    Thank you Martin. That is really useful.

     
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