Exam Support


All apprentices are required to do exams (known as an End Point Assessment or 'EPA'). This tests whether you have the required level of knowledge, skills and behaviours to do the job you've been training for. It's the final hurdle to becoming fully qualified and so it’s really important to prepare well. 

Here’s a series of videos from NCFE (experts in apprenticeship exams) to explain the different aspects of the EPA and how to make sure you smash yours. And if you fancy a good ‘read’,  this ‘top tips’ compilation is a good place to start. 

1 - End-point assessment (EPA):

Preparation for EPA


2 - End-point assessment (EPA):

Tests


3 - End-point assessment (EPA):

Observations


4 - End-point assessment (EPA):

Reflective Journals


5 - End-point assessment (EPA):

Interviews


6 - End-point assessment (EPA):

Portfolio


7 - End-point assessment (EPA):

Professional Discussion


8 - End-point assessment (EPA):

What is proctoring and top tips


9 - End-point assessment (EPA):

Conducting the proctoring system


10 - End-point assessment (EPA):

Starting a proctored assessment



11 - End-point assessment (EPA):

Mock Professional Discussion