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  • Martin Locock
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    I am adding a Degree Apprenticeship standard onto the Provider Portal and I’m not sure what to use as the Learning Aims: the Learning Aims reference popup doesn’t recognise the standard code (eg ST999) and there doesn’t appear to be anywhere else on the form to add the Standard Code. There is a reference in the Learning Aims Search Guidance to the fact that ‘learning aims references for standards aren’t currently populated’ but it isn’t clear what should be done in the meantime.

     
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    Martin West
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    ST999 is not a standard code what Degree Apprenticeship are you delivering?

     
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    Martin Locock
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    that was just an example of the format: ST0304 Police Constable degree is what I’m after, although this seems to be listed as ST256 on the LARS site.

     
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    steveh
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    Hi Martin(s)

    best place to look for the LARS code is the funding bands spreadsheet here:

    https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/apprenticeship-funding-bands

    where, yes, it says 256, not sure where you’ve got 0304 from? LARS (or the ILR) doesn’t use the ST prefix as far as I’m aware.

    If it’s a new Degree App, the relevant HE provider will need to apply to create a new Learning Aim for the degree (the only two i can see on LARS at the moment are London Met (makes sense!) and University of Cumbria). According to HEFCE here:

    http://www.hefce.ac.uk/data/indstudata/help/newlara/

    this involves asking the Service Desk for a form. Do not expect this to be a quick process…

     
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    Martin West
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    If you are not delivering the actual degree then use Z0002032 as a component aim, I believe those who complete the Apprenticeship are awarded the degree by the College of Policing but you should check this.

    HTH

     
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    Martin Locock
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    Thanks

     
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