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513 PIR Full-time equivalence – reference date

Description

Academic staff resources available at the reference date for a function being performed in one work sector and one organisational unit by a member of staff, in respect of their current duties

Details

Version: 1.0
First year: 2015
Last year: -
Field name: FTE-REFDATE
Element name: Full-time equivalence – reference date

Code format:

Data Type: Numeric
Units: Code (numeric)
Width: 3

Classification

CODE MEANING
001 to 100​ Staff resources expressed in terms of full‑time equivalence at the reference date, reported in hundredths (e.g. half a full‑time person's staff resources is coded as 050)​

Coding notes

  • For staff reported on template 2(a), the reference date may be determined by the higher education provider as a 'point in time' at a date between 31 March and 31 August.
  • A member of academic staff that at the reference date has a full‑time work contract in respect of their current duties, has a full‑time equivalence at the reference date (FTE‑RD) of 1.00 (reported as 100 on templates)
  • The FTE‑RD for a member of staff that at the reference date has a fractional full‑time work contract in respect of their current duties, will be less than 1.00.
  • The fraction will represent the ratio between the number of agreed normal work hours for that person and the number of normal work hours which would be required of a member of staff having the same classification type and level as that person, but with a full‑time work contract.
  • For example, a staff member with a fractional full‑time work contract with half the work hours of those of a member of staff having the same classification type and level, but with a full‑time work contract, then the FTE‑RD for the person would be 0.50.
  • Normal work hours should exclude paid or unpaid overtime work hours.

Input files

Provider Information Request:

  • PIR Staff (PSF)

Change History

Details of all versions of this data element can be found on its supporting information page.


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