National learner monitoring: attribute field
To identify any additional monitoring characteristics required for the learner.
To monitor participation in programmes and initiatives. Can be used tactically in year to identify new programmes and initiatives by using codes described as unassigned at the start of the year.
- Min Occurs
- Max Occurs
- Collected for all learners
Code 17 is used to identify learner records which are being migrated between providers as part of a merger. This code should be recorded on the learner record being migrated from the original provider and on the learner record at the new provider to allow the records to be matched. Providers should contact the Service Desk to discuss the details of any proposed merger before using this code.
Code 18 is used to identify learners who have moved to a different provider as a result of the Minimum Contract Level. The new provider will need to complete the UKPRN in previous year field and the Learner reference number in previous year fields if applicable.
Code 21 is used to identify learners whose learning has been supported by the 16-19 tuition fund. The 16-19 tuition fund is provided to support small group tuition for 16 to 19 students in English, maths and other courses where learning has been disrupted by coronavirus (COVID-19). All learners in receipt of this funding must be recorded in the ILR using this code. For more information about the tuition fund, refer to the 16 to 19 funding: 16 to 19 tuition fund.
Code 22 is used to identify learners repeating up to one full final year of 16-19 funded provision under the Repeat of final year of programme. All learners in receipt of this exceptional support must be recorded in the ILR using this code. We will use this information to calculate repeat year funding allocations in 2022 to 2023.
|NLM||17||Learner migrated as part of provider merger|
|NLM||18||Learner moved as a result of Minimum Contract Level|
|NLM||21||Learner in receipt of 16-19 tuition fund|
|NLM||22||Learner repeating up to one full final year of 16-19 funded provision|