Posts tagged ‘UCAS’

  1. Removing UCAS content

    We updated the location pages to remove all mentions of UCAS and made other changes to the content

  2. Choosing which service to apply through

    During transition, providers can offer training courses through both UCAS and/or DfE. Which service should a candidate use?

  3. UCAS GCSE requirements – A read only MVP

    Show the codes and their meanings to ship earlier

  4. What we shipped for UCAS transition

    Locations, location editing and vacancies

  5. Onboarding wizard as a Google form

    Capturing contact details, UCAS admin details and first location

  6. Logic mapping UCAS eligibility questions to API codes

    Which code should the API sent to UCAS based on a provider’s answers to questions

  7. An MVP for the first cohort transition from UCAS

    A projected cut of the service and how it will look around the time we transition the first and second cohorts from UCAS

  8. Email about Publish changes in April

    Sent on Wednesday 13 March

  9. UCAS settings and contacts

    Problems sharing contact information, and how we get around them

  10. Email asking for providers who are available 15-18 April for our first UCAS transition group

    Sent on Thursday 7 March

  11. Explaining transition

    A page transitioned organisations will see when they first sign in

  12. Postcodes

    Asking for, validating and storing postcodes

  13. UCAS Apply preferences: Letters and alerts

    Only the GT12 letter and email alert preferences are needed

  14. UCAS Apply preferences

    Settings such as GT12 letters, Star J, Star X and other requirements

  15. Choose how to apply – Iteration and research

    An updated journey into UCAS or new Apply service, tested with users

  16. Email announcing UCAS transition

    Sent on Monday 20 February

  17. UCAS Teacher Training

    For reference, a full set of screens showing the UCAS user journey.

  18. Status logic before UCAS transition

    How vacancies, applications and whether a course is on Find is derived from a set of training locations

  19. Choose how to apply

    User journey into UCAS or new Apply service

  20. Preparing for more features

    Updating the organisation and courses pages to accommodate new features being added as part of UCAS transition

  21. Migrating publish statuses

    How old UCAS status and enrichment status should map to a single new status

  22. Rethinking the publish workflow

    What does the publish workflow look like after UCAS transition?

  23. Specific course requirements for UCAS Apply

    Documentation on minimum qualifications settings in UCAS web-link and apply

  24. UCAS onboarding form

    The form completed by new training providers when they begin offering initial teacher training courses

  25. Story map – 1 August 2018

    Screenshots of the end to end journey from publish courses to search and compare

  26. UCAS course status

    An iteration on the onboarding design (read-only) to include course status

  27. Just the UCAS data

    What an absolute minimum viable service might look like

  28. Check your UCAS data (Initial launch)

    A read-only version of the tool where users can validate their imported courses and request access for users

  29. Iteration 26 June 2018

    Separate courses by accrediting provider. Provide explicit fields for each course offered.

  30. Show details from UCAS

    Indicate the raw information we’ve received from UCAS, begin to explain where this must be edited and how we are handling that information

  31. Course folding and UCAS course details

    Following the definition of a course, documentation on how we might fold courses based on UCAS data

  32. UCAS teacher training (search)

    Screenshots of the UCAS service that Find replaced

  33. UCAS course examples

    Examples of courses on UCAS search