How to work out % of learning left after a break

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  • dspeakman
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    Hi
    How do you work out what percentage to add to the adjustments section after a break in learning for functional skills, do you include the full aim value with any uplifts and do you include the 20% achievement rate or just work it out from the 80%

    Any help would be appreciated

    Debbie

     
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    Martin West
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    Hi Debbie,
    You use the proportion of the learning aim still to be delivered, example learner on a 12 month aim who took a break after 5 months would leave 7 months (7/12=58%)

     
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    Kye
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    Hi

    We have recently been advised by an auditor that when calculating the funding adjustment from an agreed break it should be the on program payments that are considered as the proportion of the learning aim still to be delivered.

    This means that any double payments in the first month should be taken into consideration. Using the same example as above this would mean that the learner would be on a planned duration of 13 payments (1 month double payment and 11 months of single payments)
    If the learner had been in learning for 5 months then this would equate to 6 payments and therefore leave 7 payments of program funding to claim (7/13=53.8%)

     
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    Martin West
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    Hi Kye,
    Sorry assumed new provider on the new system.

     
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