• Ensure that all parties are familiar with the standards and the content of the assessment plan. Design your training and formative assessment activities in line with the new standards – and the outcomes of the relevant End-point assessment Plan.
  • Some apprentices and employers may wish to undertake some aspect of End-point remotely, and should feel confident about using the appropriate technology.
  • It is essential that apprentices can work within timelines and to deadlines. This could make the difference between a pass and a fail. During an official assessment, two hours means two hours!
By |2018-04-17T11:57:51+00:00April 17th, 2018|End Point Assessment, Tips|

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