The HEAT Database provides users with instant access to monitoring data and reporting based on ‘live’ data recorded on the system. Monitoring data can be accessed in a variety of ways to suit all users’ needs: via the databases’ user interface using interactive filtering and search tools, via HEAT’s Reports and Reporting tools as well as being available to export in a raw format (csv file).
The HEAT Track is an ongoing longitudinal tracking study whereby outreach participants recorded on the HEAT database are tracked through a range of administrative datasets to provide data showing their educational outcomes. The tracking ‘jigsaw’ on the right illustrates the educational datasets through which HEAT tracks participants. The coloured sections of the jigsaw reflect the range of agencies through which the data are accessed.
Reporting and research
HEAT subscribers enjoy access to a wide range of reports, datasets and research. Further information is available to interested parties on request (Contact us).