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How will we know if an apprentice is ready to enter end point assessment?

This is known as the Gateway. Each assessment plan details the gateway requirements before an apprentice can enter end-point assessment. The employer must conduct a gateway review, supported by their training provider, to confirm that the apprentice is: In their view competent in their role Has achieved mandatory on-programme qualifications (where applicable) Has achieved English and

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What is the gateway?

When the apprentice has completed their on-programme training, there will be a period of time where the Employer, Training Provider and Apprentice will assess the apprentice’s progress to date. During this small window all parties will determine whether or not the apprentice is ready to take the End-Point Assessment. During this gateway stage it is

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How do I select an End-point Assessment organisation?

The EPAO must be chosen by the employer and be an organisation that has been approved to carry out independent assessments of apprentices and can be in receipt of public funds. These organisations can be found on the 'Register of End Point Assessment Organisations'. The register is maintained by the Education and Skills Funding Agency

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Who carries out End-point Assessment?

An independent End-Point Assessment organisation (EPAO) must be involved in the EPA of each apprentice to ensure that apprentices following the same standard are assessed consistently, fairly and independently from their on-programme delivery. The End-Point Assessment will be conducted primarily by the Independent End-Point Assessor (IEPA). The End-Point assessor will be an industry expert relating

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When does the End-point asessment take place?

Apprentices must complete their on-programme training for the duration set out in the apprenticeship standard. They must complete all of the mandatory aspects of the apprenticeship standard including any other work that is specified as being assessed. The second part of the programme is known as the ‘gateway’. Once the gateway requirements have been satisfied,

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How does End-point Assessment work?

The apprentice is assessed against the assessment plan. This was produced by the trailblazer group to show what would be involved in the EPA. The assessment plan focuses on the knowledge, skills and behaviours (also known as KSB’s) that the apprentice will have learnt and developed through their on-programme training. The KSB’s can be evaluated

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What is End Point Assessment?

End Point Assessment is a process in which apprentices are assessed at the end of their learning programme. Previously apprentices were assessed continually throughout their apprenticeship programme. Moving forward, with End Point Assessment, it means that apprentices will now have their newly gained knowledge, skills and behavior competence assessed by an independent EPA organisation against

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