Initial Teacher Training record 2019/20
- Introduction - Background information relating to the collection
- Data collection schedule - Details of the key dates and deadlines for the ITT collection
- Data protection guidance - Information about how Data Protection legislation affects the processing of Student data by HESA
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- Coverage of the record - The criteria for the return of data in the record
- Data model - Describes the entities included in the record and the relationship between them
- Data items - Directory of all data items collected, and the guidance surrounding them. Displayed by entity, and sortable for ease of searching
- File structure - Describes the physical structure of the record
- C19053.xsd - Schema for the structure of the XML file
- C19053DataTypes.xsd - Schema for the data types used in the XML file
- C19053CodeLists.xsd - Schema for the valid codes for use in the XML file
Submission process and quality assurance
- File structures for downloadable files - Contains details of the format and content of the downloadable files produced during data collection
- Validation overview - A document describing validation checks and the various stages when checks are made
- Quality rules - Validation which enforces the quality of the submitted data
- Download validation kit - Contains downloadable validation kit and related help pages. The validation kit allows quality rules to be run locally during data preparation
- Submit data to HESA - Opening page to login to or register for a user account to access the HESA data collection system
- Further guidance about returning DfE programmes (excluding EYITT) - A guide to the coding of Department for Education (DfE) programmes
UCAS and UCAS Teacher Training transactions
- UCAS and UCAS Teacher Training transactions - Information provided by UCAS listing transactions that may be relevant to particular fields in the HESA ITT record
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