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National Child Measurement Programme 2021/22 IT system user guide part 5: Progress and data quality monitoring

This guidance is intended for individuals within Local Authority (LA) teams and associated provider organisations who are responsible for administering the National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) in their area.

Access to the NCMP IT system is restricted depending on your role within the programme for security and information governance reasons. Therefore, you may not have user permissions to access some areas referred to in this guidance.

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National Child Measurement Programme 2021/22 IT system user guide part 5: Progress and data quality monitoring


Summary

This guidance is intended for individuals within Local Authority (LA) teams and associated provider organisations who are responsible for administering the National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) in their area.

Access to the NCMP IT system is restricted depending on your role within the programme for security and information governance reasons. Therefore, you may not have user permissions to access some areas referred to in this guidance.


Highlights

This guidance will show you how to

  • monitor the progress of child measurement in your Local Authority (LA)
  • view and understand data quality indicators

Super users

Each LA will typically have one user who is responsible for the administration of the NCMP IT system. The super user can

  • add and remove users
  • assign user roles in accordance with information governance requirements
  • assign schools to users in accordance with information governance requirements

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Last edited: 1 September 2021 7:37 am