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End Point Assessment (EPA) – how to prepare yourself, the employer and the apprentice

Who is this for?
This workshop is aimed primarily at training providers delivering the Hair Professional Apprenticeship Standards.

What will be covered?

We will guide you through the process from start to finish to make sure you leave with a clear idea of how to manage the process.  Key things we’ll cover together are:

  • Understanding the supporting regulated paperwork
  • How to book an End Point Assessment (EPA)
  • Who are the Independent Assessment Examiners
  • Preparing your apprentice for an End Point Assessment (EPA)
  • The grading system so you can support your apprentice to achieve the highest grade
  • What constitutes a ‘fail’ mark, so you know how to avoid it
Workshop Code Workshop Date Venue
WSEPH06 5 April 2018  Michael John Academy, 42 – 46 Renshaw Street, Liverpool, L1 4EF
WSEPH07 18 April 2018 West London College, Gliddon Road, London W14 9BL
WSEPH08 19 April 2018  Canterbury College, New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent  CT1 3AJ

Timings
09:30 Registration & Refreshments
10:00 Start
15:30 Finish

Free to attend

To Book
Please send an email to lyndawhitehorn@vtct.org.uk requesting a place at the workshop and identify any special dietary requirements. Bookings will be dealt with by order received.

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