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Representing thousands of talented apprentices, our partner organisations deliver and assess apprenticeship standards with the utmost professionalism and passion for learner outcomes. Connect with them on ACE360 today!
Marshall Assessment has a large assessment team with a broad range of occupational competence. We make sure that we match the apprentices work environment to our assessor competencies.
Skills for Logistics is a leading End-Point Assessment Organisation (EPAO) that supports the logistics, supply chain and procurement sectors. We do this through delivering apprenticeship End-Point Assessment, consultancy, attracting new talent and developing innovative technologies to support the skills agenda.
SFJ Awards are a leading End-Point Assessment Organisation and Awarding Body, supporting the assessment and accreditation of learning, development and apprenticeships for the UK’s Police, Fire & Rescue, Emergency Services and Security sectors.
Railway Competence Group is the one stop solution for all safety critical employment and organisational development needs, whether you are a Train Operating Company or an individual seeking employment. RCG specialise in Train Driver apprenticeship End-Point assessment.
IETTL is an Ofqual approved End Point Assessment Organisation for the L2 and L3 Thermal Insulation Apprenticeship Standards. They commit to facilitate the development of thermal insulation operatives to the highest possible standard.
Transport Planning Apprenticeships have opened up access to the profession, improved the career prospects for school leavers and decreased the skills shortages within the sector. CIHT was involved in developing the Level 3 Technician Apprenticeship from the outset and are the only approved End Point Assessment Organisation for this apprenticeship.
The Institute for Certified Bookkeepers is an approved End-Point Assessment Organisation (EPAO) for the Level 2 – Accounts / Finance Assistant End-Point assessment (EPA), Level 3 – Assistant Accountant Apprenticeship End-Point assessment (EPA) and the Level 3 – Payroll Administrator Apprenticeship End-Point assessment (EPA).
Best Practice Network (BPN) is one of the UK’s largest providers of training, development, and support for education professionals, and a registered apprenticeship training and end-point assessment provider.
Awarding UK is the apprenticeship end-point assessment service based within Bishop Grosseteste University. They specialise in education, childcare and career guidance, and offer end-point assessments that makes the apprentice a focus.
Smart Awards is a National Accrediting and Awarding Body predominately dedicated to the telecommunication and utility sectors. Their three main business strands represent Qualifications, End Point Assessment Services and the Network Operative Passport Scheme (NOPS).
Allsup and Dale have 70 years of experience developing and progressing educational systems within Colleges and Universities, Food Manufacturing, Engineering, and Hospitality and Catering industries.
SkyPeople offer a full range of courses for cabin crew and pilots. They are an EASA approved Cabin Crew Training Organisation, which enables them to supply the Attestation of Initial Cabin Crew Safety training.
Lantra is one of the leading awarding bodies for land-based industries in both the UK and the Republic of Ireland. They develop quality training courses and nationally recognised qualifications that are delivered through a national network of training Provider Partners.
The National Driving Centre has been helping drivers achieve their Lorry or Bus driving licences in London and the South-East for over 40 years, giving LGV & PCV driving licences to thousands of new drivers.
LG RWC have bought together a team with extensive experience in teaching and assessing. Their aim is to eliminate the need for multiple EPAO’s required for engineering standards across the sector and are approved for Standards covering welding, engineering, metal fabrication and pipefitting.
As the world’s leading professional marketing body, Employers, Apprentices and Apprenticeship Training Providers can be confident in the standard of End-Point Assessment (EPA) which the Chartered Institute of Marketing delivers.
The Learning Institute provides opportunities for individuals and communities in the education and health sector through high quality education, training and research programmes that challenge personal barriers and promote social inclusion.
The Institute of Sales Professionals is the leading authority for salespeople, a not-for-profit organisation reinvesting in the sales profession to build standards, trust and education through meaningful Apprenticeships.
1st for EPA works with training providers to support apprentices through EPA. Their fantastic guidance and tips help apprentices feel confident about EPA and assess all marketing, digital marketing, PR, HR and business admin standards.
Pearson works with employers to create and deliver apprenticeships which give apprentices the best opportunity to achieve their full potential and to progress further in employment. All EPAs are created in consultation with external stakeholders. They work closely with the leaders of the Trailblazer group to develop EPA resources and support to fully meet the needs of this standard.
QFI currently cover 56 construction and engineering construction Apprenticeships. Having been integrally involved in the development of many of these standards, they are uniquely suited to offer these bespoke assessment services to Apprentices, on behalf of employers.
The dedicated EPA organisation for IT professionals. BCS has 60,000 members in 150 countries and is a charity with a Royal Charter. They are responsible for raising the standards of IT education, professionalism, ethics and practice, and lead the IT industry through its ethical challenges, support workers, and make IT good for society.