Highfield Level 3 End Point Apprenticeship Assessor (EPA) Qualification – Distance learning
Best for Training is offering this Qfqual Accredited EPA qualification as a distance course for independent assessors who are currently undertaking end point assessments. This distance learning model has been approved by the awarding organisation, Highfield.
There is a great demand for Independent Assessors to undertake apprenticeship End Point Assessments. With a Government target of 3 million apprentices, every new apprentice must have an End Point Assessment. It’s clear there is a rapidly growing need for suitable people to become Independent End Point Assessors. This is a fantastic development opportunity for any independent assessor looking to expand their employment prospects and accredit their skills.
The distance option has been designed to support independent assessors to gain a recognised Ofqual qualification to identify their skills and knowledge in undertaking end point assessment. It will also support new independent assessors to gain further understanding and knowledge about end point assessment processes.
Qualification: Highfield Level 3 Award in Undertaking End-Point Assessment (RQF)
One mandatory unit: The Principles and Practices of End-Point Assessment – Level 3 (6 credits)
1. Understand the principles and practices of end-point assessment as part of an apprenticeship standard.
2. Understand different types and methods of end-point assessment.
3. Know how to plan end-point assessments in line with the apprenticeship standard and assessment plan.
4. Be able to make end-point assessment decisions.
5: Understand quality assurance of the end point assessment process
The price includes:
- Highly qualified assessors who are Independent EPA Assessors and also EPA IQA’s
- Course materials
- Online support
- Registration and certification
- Postage of certificates
This qualification will enable you to apply to be an Independent End Point Assessor EPA with EPA Organisations. You can use the certificate to demonstrate your current CPD, skills and knowledge. As a more experienced Independent Assessor, you could consider applying for team leader and internal quality assurer roles within end point assessment organisations.
Sam Sutton and Anne Horn are both IQA’s and Independent End Point Assessors for a number of large End Point Assessment organisations and have been involved in the pilot implementation of EPA assessments for the new Apprenticeship standards.
Julie Train is currently working nationally with several large End Point Assessor Organisations as an Independent Assessor and Internal Quality Assurer. Julie is an experienced tutor, assessor and IQA and has a wealth of experience and knowledge around apprenticeship delivery including the new apprenticeship standards and quality assurance. Julie has excellent knowledge and experience of apprenticeship employer engagement and business development.
Our assessors are highly experienced and knowledgeable in the changes within the apprenticeship sector and have received incredible feedback from other learners who have achieved their qualification via this distance learning model.
Sam and Anne have many years of experience successfully delivering apprenticeships and delivering high quality training. They also deliver Assessor, Internal Quality Assurance qualifications and Initial Teacher Training. They write resources for Awarding Organisations and are External Quality Assurers. As former Ofsted Inspectors, Sam and Anne also provide consultancy services to colleges and apprenticeship training providers to prepare for Ofsted inspections and monitoring visits.