This will be conducted by an independent assessor. It is made up of three parts:
- A presentation and question-and-answer session on 5 cases completed following the Gateway
- A project based on the appeal process
- A professional discussion about working behaviours
An apprentice will have up to 3 months to complete the End Point Assessment.
There are 3 possible outcomes:
- Fail—which will mean that the apprentice will have to undertake at least part of the assessment again
- Pass—which means that the apprentice has met the required standard
- Distinction—which means that the apprentice has exceeded the required standard
LWB Training will be applying to provide End-Point Assessment for the Revenues and Welfare Benefits Practitioner apprenticeship as soon as the Institute for Apprenticeships open the register.
We will then be able to offer End-Point Assessment for apprentices who have received training from another training provider.
We will provide further information on how this will work when we have received authorisation.
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