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16+ Data Hub – Opportunities for All
Post-16 Transitions
‘Supporting all young people to participate in
post-16 learning, ...
Opportunities for All – Youth Employment Strategy
Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce
Post-16Education(Scotland)Act2013
...
Information Sharing – 16+ Data Hub – Purpose
‘enable multi-partner data sharing, covering
young people in Scotland (aged 1...
What is shared and who is covered
• Covers the ‘Opportunities for All’ cohort (young people in Scotland aged
16-19), and a...
Who are
the
partners?
SDS CM
system
(CSS)
LA Ed DEPT CM
system DWP CM
system
SAAS CM
system
SFC CM system
COLLEGE CM
system
SDS Regional Operati...
Records shared?
In August 2016, SDS processed
approx. 389,000 records
Post-16 Transitions -
Key Messages
Benefits
• Colleges can easily track current status / progression of past students (up
to 24)
• More comprehensive and rob...
Young people without an offer will be tracked and monitored through the
16+ Data-Hub
Young people without an offer will be...
Role of Key Partners – Colleges
provided
Colleges to SDS
Personal Information
Name, address, postcode,
telephone number, DOB,
Scottish Candidate Number
In...
Report asks from
colleges
• Source of data
• Concatenate Course Code and Name
• LAC Start/End Date
• Benefits
• Gender
• Y...
College Report Template
16 Plus Data Sharing - All Fields
This report shows all data included in the Statutory Guidance fo...
Developing the
Participation Measure
Introduction
• 2012 Scottish Government’s commitment through Opportunities for All to
offer a place in learning or trainin...
Report background
• 2nd
release of data on the participation of 16-19 year olds at national and
local authority level
• In...
Question and Answer
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16+ Data Hub - Opportunities for All: Post-16 Transitions

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Presentation delivered by Audrey Rees, SDS, as part of an MIS Development Network event held at College Development Network.

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16+ Data Hub - Opportunities for All: Post-16 Transitions

  1. 1. 16+ Data Hub – Opportunities for All Post-16 Transitions ‘Supporting all young people to participate in post-16 learning, training or work’ Colleges Development Network November 24th 2016
  2. 2. Opportunities for All – Youth Employment Strategy Developing Scotland’s Young Workforce Post-16Education(Scotland)Act2013 Move from Destinations to Participation CurriculumforExcellence
  3. 3. Information Sharing – 16+ Data Hub – Purpose ‘enable multi-partner data sharing, covering young people in Scotland (aged 16-24)’ • Secure gateway for partners to upload and download data • Provides a new link between existing data systems • Exchange existing administrative data between partners
  4. 4. What is shared and who is covered • Covers the ‘Opportunities for All’ cohort (young people in Scotland aged 16-19), and also covers 20-24 year olds  Identifier fields (e.g. Name, Date of Birth, SCN)  Status fields (e.g. current status, start & end date if moved on)  Flagging fields (e.g. ASN, Looked after, young carer, updates on all flagging fields)  Preferred Occupation identified (LA and SDS updates) More details regarding what is shared by whom is covered under Statutory Guidance and highlighted in Scottish Government Framework documents
  5. 5. Who are the partners?
  6. 6. SDS CM system (CSS) LA Ed DEPT CM system DWP CM system SAAS CM system SFC CM system COLLEGE CM system SDS Regional Operations Staff SDS CTS system (National Training Programmes)
  7. 7. Records shared? In August 2016, SDS processed approx. 389,000 records
  8. 8. Post-16 Transitions - Key Messages
  9. 9. Benefits • Colleges can easily track current status / progression of past students (up to 24) • More comprehensive and robust management information with updates from partners • Young people without a positive progression will be supported by SDS Advisers and partners • More accurate and complete reporting – Opportunities for All Participation Measure • Up to date information will allow Colleges to be proactive and address potential issues to provide more support to young people
  10. 10. Young people without an offer will be tracked and monitored through the 16+ Data-Hub Young people without an offer will be tracked and monitored through the 16+ Data-Hub
  11. 11. Role of Key Partners – Colleges
  12. 12. provided Colleges to SDS Personal Information Name, address, postcode, telephone number, DOB, Scottish Candidate Number Institutional Information Institution identifier, student identifier Status Fields Course title, course code, course length, mode of attendance, date of course completion or withdrawal SDS to Colleges Personal Information Name, address, postcode, DOB, SDS client reference, local authority name and code School Information School name, Scottish Executive Education Department code Status Fields Status (post college) organisation name, start date, course title, course level Flagging Fields Additional support needs, co- ordinated support plan, individual learning plan, looked after, preferred occupation, intended destination, young carer
  13. 13. Report asks from colleges • Source of data • Concatenate Course Code and Name • LAC Start/End Date • Benefits • Gender • Young Carer
  14. 14. College Report Template 16 Plus Data Sharing - All Fields This report shows all data included in the Statutory Guidance for individuals aged between 15 and 25. Scottish Candidate Number Student Identifier Surname Forename Preferred Forename Date of Birth Gender SDS Client Ref Address Postcode Start Date Course Title Course Level End Date Local Authority Code Local Auth Name SEED Code School Name LA Preferred Occupation SDS Preferred Occupation Preferred Route Current Status Current Status Start Date Current Status Organisation Current Status Course Title Current Status Course Level Current Status Employer Current Status Job Title Current Status End Date Looked After Status Young Carer ASN IEP CSP Transition Plan Child’s Plan
  15. 15. Developing the Participation Measure
  16. 16. Introduction • 2012 Scottish Government’s commitment through Opportunities for All to offer a place in learning or training to every 16-19 year old in Scotland who is not currently in employment, education or training • Scottish Government’s National Performance Framework – Scotland Performs – increase the proportion of young people in learning, training or work. Currently populated using School Leaver Destination follow up data – intention to move to Annual Participation Measure by August 2017 • Shared dataset – allowing partners to identify what young people are doing in ‘real time’ throughout their 16-19 journeys • Improved service delivery and provide a more tailored offer – helping to identify the right time to engage with customers • Individuals must have a record on CSS and be aged between 16 and 19 on the 31st March 2016
  17. 17. Report background • 2nd release of data on the participation of 16-19 year olds at national and local authority level • Introduction of the annual participation measure reporting methodology • Annual measure takes account of all statuses for individuals over the course of the year as opposed to focusing on an individuals status on a single day, as adopted by the 2015 snapshot methodology • Overall participation classification (participating, not participating and unconfirmed) is based on the classification which has the highest sum of days
  18. 18. Question and Answer

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