Student record 2015/16 - Other funding adjustment
Student record 2015/16
Other funding adjustment
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This field records the factor used to adjust the funding to which the learner is entitled for this aim.
Instances at providers in England where Instance.FESTUMK = 1, 3 or 4 and Instance.REDUCEDI = 00 or 01 and ((Instance.AIMTYPE = 3 or 4 and LearningDeliveryFAM.LEARNDELFAMTYPE = ADL) or ((Instance.FUNDMODEL = 35 and Instance.AIMTYPE = 1, 3 or 4) or Instance.FUNDMODEL = 81))
If no adjustment to the funding of this learning aim is required, this field must not be returned.
This field should only be completed with the amount required to increase or decrease the funding for this learning aim, for reasons other than prior learning, if requested by the Skills Funding Agency.
The Skills Funding Agency will inform providers of the factor to be used in this field if required.
A three digit number in range 0 to 999 should be returned.
For learners who start a traineeship programme from 1 August 2015, if a funding adjustment is required to the single traineeships programme rate, then this field should be completed on the programme aim (Instance.AIMTYPE = 1 ).
If a funding adjustment is required to the English, maths or flexible element aims, then this field should be completed on the relevant component aims (Instance.AIMTYPE = 3).
This field should be recorded where applicable for English and maths aims that are part of a Trailblazer apprenticeship programme. This field is not completed on the Trailblazer apprenticeship programme aim.
Please view The Individualised Learner Record (ILR) specification for more details.
Quality rules relating to this field are displayed here.
To adjust funding for this learning aim in specific circumstances as instructed by the Skills Funding Agency.
Data type: FUNDADJOTHType
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|Change management notes||Coverage updated in line with the Individualised Learner Record (ILR) specification for 2015/16. Guidance updated accordingly.|
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