Presentation on theme: "Update to ECAC - 4 th September 2013. 1. IT development and the SMS factor 2. Allocating student numbers 3. ELI will be a partnership - principles of."— Presentation transcript:
Update to ECAC - 4 th September 2013
1. IT development and the SMS factor 2. Allocating student numbers 3. ELI will be a partnership - principles of use for the system 4. Remaining goals for 2013 ELI project update
The IT pieces of ELI ELI Web ECE Services with a SMS Infohub ELI Core ECE Services without an SMS SMS National Student Index
ELI web users
Involvement of SMS providers 1.SMS provider workshops held in July and August 2.SMSs collect data for services in different ways 3.Some ELI requirements will already be met by each SMS, but others will need to be built into each SMS
NSN allocation Allocation to services with an SMS first Services without an SMS by spreadsheet in mid-Sept Next steps: SMS connects directly with National Student Index 70,000 numbers have been created SMS Vendor% of services participating Infocare81% (983 services) APT95% (1394 services) FirstBase75% (187 services)
1: Shared Responsibility The Ministry of Education and services share responsibility for information collected in ELI. – The Ministry of Education is responsible for using the information for educational research, statistics, and monitoring purposes only. – The ECE service agrees to take responsibility for information sent through ELI.
2: Accuracy & Access Service provider confirms that data is accurate. – Services will be able to review all information submitted to ELI through a web-based reporting portal. – Ministry to report on confirmed information only. 3: Clarity on what is required and why – Ministry will state information requirements clearly. – Services agree to meet stated requirements.
4: Up-to-date Information – Services will submit information within the required timeframes. – Ministry will consult and provide warning of any change to timeframes. 5 : Ability to Correct Errors Information may need to be corrected, this is supported by the ELI system. – The Ministry will approach the service when an error is identified. – The service will correct agreed errors. – The service may correct errors at any time.
6: Limits on ELI Use – All personal information sent to ELI is subject to the Privacy Act – Any changes require consultation – Access to ELI and NSI to be limited to authorised persons 7: Interaction between the services and the Ministry is improved
ELI Project Goals to December 1.ELI system built on time 2.Training programme designed by mid-October 3.ELI Pilot run in Nov/Dec, SMS vendors ready 4.ELI user manual written to be tested 5.Majority of NSNs allocated to children in ECE