ProAchieve - Mapping new LLDD Social and Emotional Difficulty Code as No Disability/Difficulty

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ProAchieve - Mapping new LLDD Social and Emotional Difficulty Code as No Disability/Difficulty

Post by robinwilson16 » Fri Nov 18, 2016 1:16 am

We have discovered a bug in ProAchieve where anyone with an LLDD code of 8 (Social and Emotional Difficulties) is appearing as No Disability and No Learning Difficulty when they do in fact have one. :!:

This is because 8 is a new code and ProAchieve has no mapping for it so learners are categorised as having no disability or learning difficulty in error:
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Mapping document is here:
https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/s ... _2015.xlsx
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There is a similar issue with the prefer not to say option too which should be mapped no the not provided option.

Compass have confirmed this will not make it for the 14.1 update but will be addressed in a later version

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Re: ProAchieve - Mapping new LLDD Social and Emotional Difficulty Code as No Disability/Difficulty

Post by senev777 » Fri Nov 18, 2016 9:14 am

Very useful tip. Keep up your good work.

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Re: ProAchieve - Mapping new LLDD Social and Emotional Difficulty Code as No Disability/Difficulty

Post by robinwilson16 » Sun Nov 20, 2016 1:10 pm

Thanks Chaminda!

Hope you're having a good weekend :ugeek:

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