Definition of First Full Level 2

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  • Mukul Gupta
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    Hi All

    Can I get the opinion of others as to what is meant by the term “First Full Level 2” as mentioned in the 2018-19 AEB Funding Rules under the Government Contribution Table where it says Level 2 (excluding English & Maths) (First full Level 2 must be delivered as part of the legal entitlement).
    The above, it goes on to say, is Fully Funded (first and full) for the 19-23 year olds.

    Does the first and full imply:
    1. someone who does not have even a single level 2/gcse grade A* – C; or
    2. someone who is (say) one short of all 5 gcse grades A* – C and therefore is not a
    full Level 2

    I’ll be grateful for your views on this.

    Thanks and with regards

    Mukul

     
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    Martin West
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    steveh
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    Hi

    If someone has 4 or fewer GCSES A*-C/4-9 then they do not have a full level two and those under 23 are entitled to full funding on other full level two courses.

     
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    Mukul Gupta
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    Thanks Martin & Steve for your replies.

    I’m comfortable with the “full” component but am slightly confused with the “first” element of the “first and full”.

     
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    Martin West
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    You should read “First Full Level 2” in the context of the learners first full level two qualification e.g. that have not achieved a qualification that is a full level 2 before.
    HTH

     
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    Mukul Gupta
    Participant

    Thanks Martin, much apreiated.

     
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