End-Point Assessment

LWB Training are an approved provider of end-point assessment for the Revenues and Welfare Benefits Practitioner level 4 apprenticeship. To book an assessment, complete this form and email it back to us at the address on the form.

The end-point assessment 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

Details of the process can be found by clicking here.

Prices and payments

The prices for end-point assessment for the Revenues and Welfare Benefits Practitioner Level 4 apprenticeship are:

Full end-point assessment £850
Resit of presentations / Q&A £325
Resit of project assignment £105
Resit of professional discussion £325

For full end-point assessment, 20% of the total fee must be paid at the time of booking. The remaining 80% will be due once the end-point assessment is complete.

The full fee for any resit must be paid at the time of booking the resit.

Group bookings – If you have a cohort of apprentices in the same location, we may be able to offer some discount on the price. Please contact us to discuss this.

Preparing for end-point assessment

Before the apprentice can go through the end-point assessment, they must meet the requirements of the Gateway detailed in the published end-point assessment plan. This means that the apprentice’s employer must be satisfied that the apprentice:

  • Has the required knowledge detailed in the standard to the required occupational competence
  • Consistently demonstrates the required skills and behaviours detailed in the standard
  • Has achieved Level 2 maths and English or an appropriate alternative
  • Is ready for end-point assessment
  • Has the opportunity to prepare the cases needed for the presentation

 

How it will work

When we receive your booking form and the relevant payment explained above, we will issue guidance for the apprentice, employer and training provider on how the full process will work. This will include a personalised timetable for each apprentice, a guide on how to prepare for each element of the assessment, and sample materials to be used in practice for the end-point assessment.

We will discuss the practical aspects of the end-point assessment, such as location, exact timing and any special arrangement requests with you or your representative from the training provider to ensure that the whole process runs as smoothly as possible.

Once agreed, we will confirm all the details in writing.
Full details of how each element of the assessment will work can be found here.

 

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