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eNews April 2014

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Don't forget your completions

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Key dates and deadlines

The absolute final date for submitting your 2013 unit of study and course completions data is 30 April. However, make your life a little easier and submit as soon as your data is ready. Our key dates and deadlines give you a snapshot of what’s coming up. Don’t let late submissions affect your funding. Planning well is the key to meeting your deadlines with ease.
Read more about Completions Read more about Key Dates for HE
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Easter break - ANZAC day

Easter break - ANZAC day

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HELP entitlements - are your students close to the limit

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Are you ready for verifications?

This year the Easter break includes Friday 18 April and Monday 21 April. The final 2013 HELP entitlement calculation for FEE-HELP and VET FEE-HELP has been completed. Have any of your students exceeded their limit? Check your output alerts! Do you struggle to verify your reports on time? Do you want to know the biggest tip to make verification easier?
Read more about Easter break & ANZAC day Read more about HELP entitlements Read more about Verification for HE
Read more about Verification for VET
Entitlements

Losing money to invalidated or adjusted units of study?

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Online Training

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New Technical specifications

We have just released our new revision guides to help make revising your data much easier to understand. Do you want to know how you can increase your reporting skills and simplify your workload all from the comfort of your own desk? What does this mean for allocating CHESSNs and reporting your Commonwealth scholarships and applications and offers data?
Read more about invalidated or adjusted units of study Read more about Online Training Read more about New Technical specifications

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