Statement by the First Minister following today's Joint Ministerial Committee
"There is still huge uncertainty about what success will look like from the UK Government."
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The Learning Records Service
The Learning Records Service is part of the Skills Funding Agency. It delivers a number of services for learning providers and learners across the education sector in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The Service allocates Unique Learner Numbers (ULNs) to individuals in education and training. It has developed a Personal Learning Record, which supports the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF), and can be accessed via a web portal. This enables learners to view their own records of participation and achievement, which they can choose to share with advisors, providers and potential employers. It maintains a Provider Register and has developed a set of common data definitions to facilitate data sharing across the sector.
Further information about the Service can be found on the Learning Records Service website.