End-point Assessment

End-point assessment allows an apprentice to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and behaviours, as defined in the published apprenticeship standard, so that they can complete and achieve their apprenticeship.

What is End-point Assessment?

End-point assessment is taken by apprentices at the very end of the on-programme phase of training when their employer is satisfied that they have met the “gateway” criteria to undertake the assessment.

To ensure consistent and comparable assessment, an independent organisation, approved by the Education and Skills Funding Agency, must be selected by an employer to carry out the end-point assessment of each apprentice. An apprenticeship certificate is only awarded after end-point assessment is successfully completed.


Find Out More

To find out more about the Energy and Utilities Independent Assessment Service to provide end-point assessment click here.

If you have any questions or queries about energy and utilities apprenticeship standards or end-point assessment you can contact us via email enquiries@euias.co.uk, or complete our online enquiry form. You can also call us on 0845 077 99 22.

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