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Learning end dates

For apprenticeship standards starting from August 2019, the training provider needs to enter a different ‘planned end date’ and an additional ‘achievement date’ in the individualised learner record (ILR). 

There are no changes to the projected finish date that the employer needs to enter in the apprenticeship service.  

The training provider

For apprenticeship standards starting from August 2019, the planned end date is when the training provider and apprentice will complete the training that relates to the learning aim. This does not include the time with an end-point assessment organisation.

The training provider must also enter an ‘achievement date’ for all end-point assessments from 1 August 2019. This is the date that the apprentice completed the whole apprenticeship (including the end-point assessment period). 

Enter the dates in the format YYYY-MM-DD. For example, 2019-12-28.

Only use one planned end date for each apprentice. If the apprentice finishes their apprenticeship before or after the planned end date, you should only update the actual end date.

The employer

The employer (or the training provider on their behalf) only needs to enter the projected finish date for the whole apprenticeship in the apprenticeship service. This includes the end-point assessment period.

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