End-point assessment (EPA) tests the knowledge, skills and behaviours that the apprentice has gained during their training.
There’s no common format for an EPA; they vary between apprenticeships. All EPA’s are developed from ‘end-point assessment plans’, drawn up by the trailblazer group responsible for the apprenticeship standard.
If an apprentice fails all or part of their End Point Assessment most apprenticeship standards allow at least one re-sit for the any of the components of an end-point assessment.
The cost of an EPA is determined by a number of factors.
If you have unanswered questions, or simply want to talk through the EPA process, please contact us – we’re here to help.
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