End-Point Assessor Course
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The End-Point Assessment course provides trainee and/or qualified assessors with a clear understanding of how the principles and practices of assessment in EPA, differ from ‘traditional’ vocational assessment. If you aren’t already a qualified assessor, then you will need our End-Point Assessor Course Bundle.
EPA Assessor Course Description
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What is the EPA Assessor Course About?
An End-Point Assessment is the final part of an Apprenticeship, assessed by an Independent End-Point Assessor or IEPA. The purpose of this is to come to a decision on the competency levels of the Apprentice. Almost every End-Point Assessment out there requires the IEPA to hold a recognised assessor qualification, such as the CAVA, A1, or D32/33.
A standard recognised assessor qualification qualifies you to become an End-Point Assessor. Unfortunately, there is no accredited End-Point Assessor qualification alone, which qualifies you to become an IEPA.
With that being said, none of the recognised assessor qualifications teaches you how to End-Point Assess. This is due to the fact that End-Point Assessment is a newer feature of the assessing world than the assessing qualifications. That’s why we at Brooks and Kirk designed and developed our very own exclusive End-Point Assessor training course.
How Does the EPA Assessor Training Course Work?
What Will I Get From My Assessor Training?
Our exclusive End-Point Assessment CPD course offers a well-structured course specifically designed to enhance your knowledge of end-point assessment principles, methods, and techniques.
Throughout this course, participants will explore various assessment strategies tailored specifically for end-point assessments, develop adaptable approaches to meet the unique needs of different apprentices, and sharpen their communication and observation skills in the context of end-point assessments.
This CPD training ensures that you are well-prepared to effectively navigate the diverse challenges that may arise during the end-point assessment process.
Enrolling in our exclusive End-Point Assessment CPD course grants you access to a team of highly experienced trainers from Brooks and Kirk. These trainers, who possess extensive expertise in end-point assessments, will serve as your mentors throughout the course. They will guide you through the course, offering valuable insights and practical knowledge based on their industry experience.
By completing this course, you will develop a profound understanding of end-point assessment practices, enabling you to confidently apply your skills to real-world end-point assessment scenarios.
EPA Assessor Course Enrolment
This is a verified CPD course and is not a QCF accredited qualification. The price includes receiving a physical copy of your verified CPD certificate upon completion.
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Detailed Breakdown of the EPA Assessor Course
This online course will count as 6 hours of verified CPD for your CPD record. However, you can take as long as you need to complete it.
The course structure aims to provide a well-rounded learning experience that balances theoretical knowledge with practical application, preparing individuals to become competent and confident end-point assessors.
Lesson 1: An Introduction to Apprenticeships
In Lesson 1 we dive into the fundamental distinctions between the old Apprenticeship ‘Frameworks’ and the new ‘Standards.’ This lesson will provide a comprehensive overview of the changes that have taken place in the apprenticeship landscape and equip you with a clear understanding of the key differences between the two.
Lesson 2: Role and Responsibilities of an Independent-End-Point Assessor (IEPA)
Moving on to Lesson 2, you will build upon your understanding of the new Apprenticeship Standards. This lesson focuses on the pivotal role that Independent End-Point Assessors play within the context of new apprenticeships. You will gain insights into the specific responsibilities and duties associated with being an IEPA, empowering you to effectively fulfill your role in the assessment process.
Lesson 3: Assessment Plans & Grading
Lesson 3 delves into the unique aspects of assessment plans and grading in the context of an End-Point Assessment. Through this lesson, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of how these elements differ from traditional assessing methods. By exploring the intricacies of assessment plans and grading, you will acquire the necessary knowledge to assess apprentices’ performance accurately and fairly during their End-Point Assessment.
Lesson 4: Assessment Methods in End-Point Assessment
Building upon the previous lessons, Lesson 4 explores the varied assessment methods employed specifically for End-Point Assessments. This session emphasises the differences between the old and new Apprenticeships, highlighting assessment methods that are not covered in the NVQ Assessor course. By familiarizing yourself with these assessment methods, you will be well-prepared to employ a diverse range of techniques when assessing apprentices’ competency in their chosen occupation.
Lesson 5: End-Point Assessment Organisations (EPAOs)
In Lesson 5 we provide you with crucial insights into the prospective employers for IEPAs. This lesson explores the role and responsibilities of End-Point Assessment Organisations, equipping you with a comprehensive understanding of their functions and their significance in the assessment process. Understanding the EPAOs’ role is essential for IEPAs to effectively collaborate with these organisations and ensure a smooth assessment experience for apprentices.
Lesson 6: Mock End-Point Assessment
Lastly, in Lesson 6 you will have the opportunity to put theory into practice. This hands-on session involves grading two Mock End-Point Assessments, each consisting of three components. By engaging in this practical exercise, you will be able to apply the knowledge and skills you have acquired throughout the course, gaining valuable experience in assessing apprentices’ performance in a simulated End-Point Assessment scenario.
End-Point Assessment Knowledgebase
If you have any questions about End-Point Assessment, please see our End-Point Assessment FAQ page. On this page you will find answers to every End-Point Assessor related questions, from ‘What is End-Point Assessment?’ to ‘How can I find End-Point Assessment Organisations?’ Genuine solutions to for those who want to become Independent End-Point Assessors.
If you have any questions about our end-point assessor course, or any of the other courses we offer here at Brooks and Kirk, please feel free to give our friendly team a call or send us an email. We’re open from 9am – 6.30pm Monday – Friday to answer your calls, and emails will be responded to within a maximum of one working day. There’s no obligations to sign up to the course, we’re more than happy to provide you with advice and guidance.
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