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Guidance

SFA register: additional financial information

Sets out the supplementary documentation an organisation can submit as part of their financial health assessment.

Documents

SFA register: additional financial information - guidance

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SFA register: financial health exemption form

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SFA register: parental guarantee form

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The Skills Funding Agency assesses a provider’s financial health to understand the degree of risk in contracting with these organisations.

This sets out supplementary documentation an organisation can submit as business plan information, if they have previously failed their financial health assessment on the basis of their financial statements, and new financial statements are unavailable at the point of reapplying to the register of training organisations.

All providers and prospective providers included on the register of training organisations are subject to an assessment of their financial health.