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Key ESFA dates, guidance and services for further education and training providers.
Sets out the rules that apply to ESFA funded AEB provision for the 2022 to 2023 funding year.
Sets out the rules for provision funded by learners through advanced learner loans.
There are different funding rules for different apprenticeship start dates. You must follow the funding rules that apply to each apprentice.
Sets out the rules for funding the 2014 to 2020 ESF programme.
Guidance documents that all education institutions receiving 16 to 19 formula funding must comply with.
Documents that define the ILR data that publicly funded providers must collect and return
Work with employers to recruit apprentices, add details of the apprentices they are going to train and manage details of the apprentices they are currently training.
View your funding allocations and payments, sign documents and tell us about your subcontractors.
Validate and submit your Individualised learner records (ILR), Earnings adjustment statements (EAS), ESF (European Social Fund) supplementary data and Funding claims.
View interactive dashboards and benchmarking reports based on the data submitted by your organisation.
Allocate a Unique Learner Number (ULN) to a learner and view achievement data.
Find the latest information on available Qualifications, Standards, Apprenticeships, T-Levels and Units.
Help complete your individualised learner record (ILR) data returns accurately and prepare for audit.
Check how accurate your Individualised Learner Record (ILR) data is before submission.
Upload financial statements and college financial returns. Use the College financial planning handbook for templates.
Update or remove courses on the course directory which publishes to the National Careers Service.
Find help, guidance and support materials for colleges, schools and other T Level providers.