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Common transfer file: definition and contents

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Last updated on 8 August 2018
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Learn what data you should include in the common transfer file (CTF), and the ways in which you can send it. You'll also find out what action you should take if you haven't received a new pupil's CTF data.

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Contents

  1. 1 Definition
  2. 2 Data to include
  3. 3 Deadline for transferring the CTF
  4. 4 Circumstances when you shouldn't send a CTF
  5. 5 Methods of sending the CTF
  6. 6 Actions to take if you haven't received a new pupil's CTF data

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