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Change of Circumstance notifications (CoCs)

Post-liability CoC types


There are 7 types of CoCs you can use to tell us about a change to an application at the post-liability stage.

CoC type

Applied with other changes?

Applied to multiple learners?

What do we capture for the change?

Pre-liability, post-liability or both?

Fee Charged

N

Y

learning aim

fee

effective date

both

Decrease Loan Amount

Y

N

decrease loan

loan amount required

effective date

both

Learning Aim

Y

N – pre-liability only

learning aim

end date

course trainer

course location

effective date

both but with restrictions post-liability (the course must be the same type and level)

Early Completion

N

N

early completion date

post-liability only

Suspension

N

N

effective date

post-liability only

Resumption

Y – with the exception of the CoC types Withdrawal, Suspension or Early Completion

N

effective date

post-liability only

Withdrawal

Y – Only with a Loan Amount or Fee Charged CoC

N

effective date

post-liability only

Loan liability is directly linked to the duration of attendance. You should therefore not reduce the course fee when a learner withdraws, unless you decide to charge no fees at all.

The LP Portal and our Operations Portal will use the effective date of the withdrawal to calculate how much loan is due. If you do want to reduce the course fee to less than the calculated liability, please contact your FE account manager.


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