Student accreditation aim (StudentAccreditationAim)
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|Name||Student accreditation aim|
|Description||This entity collects the intended accreditation for teacher training or where a student has specialised part way through their course.|
|Uniquely Identified by||
Each Student accreditation aim (StudentAccreditationAim) is uniquely identified by:
|Applicable to||England Northern Ireland Scotland Wales|
|Coverage||All Engagements in England or Wales where Course.TTCID = 01 or 02.
All Engagements where CurriculumAccreditation.ACCREDITATIONID = 05802, 06920 or 11108 and the student has specialised.
All Engagements where CurriculumAccreditation.ACCREDITATIONID = 05803-05809, 06901-06919 or 11101-11107 where applicable.
Teacher training accreditation
For student in England and Wales on teacher training courses (where Course.TTCID = 01 or 02), this entity must be returned to record the specific accreditation from the Department for Education (England) or the Education Workforce Council (EWC).
Health and Social Care accreditations
Accreditations from the Nursing and Midwifery Council, the General Dental Council and the Health Care Professions Council only should be recorded.
Where the associated Course has a generic accreditation (CurriculumAccreditation.ACCREDITATIONID = 05802, 06920 or 11108), this entity records the specialism once the student has specialised.
Before the student has specialised, this entity should not be returned.
It is expected that specialisms would have been established by the students final year.
Where the associated Course has multiple accreditations and the student specialises, this entity should be returned to reflect this specialism.
If the associated Course has multiple accreditations and students who successfully complete the Course achieve each of these, this entity is not required.
|Quality Rules||Quality rules to follow|
|Reason Required||To record further details about teacher training students in England and Wales.|
|Parent Entity||Engagement (Engagement)|
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