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Unique Learner Number (ULN) Service for Schools: Half day events on 16, 17 and 20 May 2011

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The Welsh Assembly Government is encouraging and supporting the use of the Unique Learner Number (ULN) to provide a single identifier for every learner in Wales.

Date of Event: 16/05/2011

The ULN Service for Schools will be operational across maintained secondary schools from September 2011. This will largely automate the process of obtaining ULNs for pupils aged 14 years and older and will mean that maintained schools in Wales will not routinely need to submit data direct to the Learning Records Service (LRS) to obtain ULNs.

You are invited to a workshop where you will learn more about the service, find out what you need to do to prepare for its introduction and how it will operate.

Please reserve one of the following dates in your diary:

  • Monday 16 May, Media Resource Centre, Llandrindod Wells;
  • Tuesday 17 May, OpTIC Glyndwr, St. Asaph;
  • Friday 20 May, Mercure Cardiff Holland House Hotel

These events are aimed at examinations officers in schools, senior managers, administrative officers,  data managers and LRS 'super users', local authority staff managing 14-19 partnerships and others who provide support and guidance to local schools.

To book a place at any of the events, please use our reply slip below.

For further information, email cqfwenquiries@wales.gsi.gov.uk.