What is a personal learning record?

What is a personal learning record?

Your personal learning record (PLR) is a permanent online record of your qualifications and achievements. It’s held by the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), which is an executive agency of the Department for Education (DfE).

What is ILR return?

The ILR is an electronic data return, submitted to the ESFA, and it is essential that all providers submit accurate data because the ILR is used to calculate their funding, and also contributes to all official government statistics. …

What is ILR in apprenticeship?

The Individualised Learner Record (ILR) is the primary data collection about further education and work-based learning in England. It is requested from learning providers in England’s further education system.

How do I contact Esfa?

ESFA in London is managed by the Greater London Authority who acts as the Intermediate Body for ESFA under the strategic direction of the Mayor and the London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP). For more information contact [email protected] – 020 7239 1390.

Where can I find ULN?

Where can learners find their ULN? Learners in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland will be given their ULN by their school or FE college. It may also be printed on their exam certificate by awarding bodies.

Is candidate number the same as ULN?

The ULN or Unique Learner Number has been set up in order to allow the development of a PLR and access to it for every student. The UCI, or Unique Candidate Number, which was used to log you into exams and aggregate results, is 13 digits long and appears on all results certificates since 1998.

What contract type is an apprenticeship?

The apprenticeship contract is an employment contract between an employer and a young person aged 16 to 25 who has completed his/her compulsory schooling (derogations are possible). The duration of the contract varies from 1 to 3 years, depending on the occupation and qualification.

Is the ESFA part of the Department for Education?

The ESFA brings together the former responsibilities of the Education Funding Agency (EFA) and Skills Funding Agency (SFA) to create a single agency accountable for funding education and skills for children, young people and adults. ESFA is an executive agency, sponsored by the Department for Education.

Do I have to pay if I quit my apprenticeship?

No. Unlike university, you will not have to pay back any money for dropping out of the apprenticeship before completion. In new funding rules, employers are no longer able to ask apprentices to pay back any costs for training, exams or other activities.

Is UCI the same as ULN?

What does a ULN look like?

The ULN is a ten-digit number with a non-zero number in the first position and a check digit in the final position.

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