ESFA have updated their post-16 interactive tool to support you with returning accurate post-16 school census data. Some institutions risk not getting the funding they should because of inaccurate data. The tool will help you understand:
- how your data is used to calculate your post-16 funding
- how common data errors affect your funding
ESFA have noted that providers have had particular issues recording T Level data correctly, including:
- recording programmes that only last for 1 year, rather than 2
- recording planned hours that fall below the minimum for T Level funding
The tool has information on how ESFA use T Level data, and how incorrect data will affect funding. Click here for more.