Student record 2015/16 - Outcome
Student record 2015/16
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This field indicates whether the learner achieved the learning aim, achieved partially or had no success.
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For programme aims (Instance.AIMTYPE = 1), the outcome of the entire programme must be recorded in this field.
For all other learning aims this field should be used to record the learning outcome of the learning aim.
Further guidance on recording completion can be found in the Provider support manual.
With the introduction of the new linear A levels from 2015 to 2016 in some subjects, AS qualifications will be decoupled from the A level, which means that AS marks will not count towards the A level.
AS qualifications in subjects that have been decoupled from the A level will no longer be recorded as cashed or uncashed. Code 1 must be used to record the achievement of these AS levels.
In subjects where the AS qualifications have not yet been reformed, you can continue to use codes 6 or 7 to indicate whether or not the learner has claimed a certificate from the awarding body for the AS qualification.
Traineeship programmes can only be recorded as achieved when a learner has progressed to an apprenticeship, job or further learning (see the EFA and SFA funding documentation for full details of the requirements). Where the programme is complete but the outcome is not yet known then code 8 should be recorded.
A Learner Destination and Progression record must also be returned for all traineeship programmes.
Quality rules relating to this field are displayed here.
For the purpose of perfomance indicators and management information and by the Skills Funding Agency to fund achievement.
Data type: FEOUTCOMECodeContentType
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|Change management notes||Valid entries 4 and 5 removed, valid entry 8 added to align with the FE Individualised Learner Record (ILR) specification for 2015/16. Guidance updated accordingly.|
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