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A thorough initial assessment and diagnostic will help enormously to tailor the learning assessors can provide. This should be updated on a monthly basis and or, at quarterly progress reviews that take place on the apprenticeship programme.
It sounds obvious doesn’t it? However, it never ceases to amaze me how so many providers overlook this very important area. Proper planning will save you time and should help you pre-empt any problems as your programme progresses. Some points to remember:
Think about what the programme is going to achieve and how?
What resources, tools and or expertise do you need to put in place.
Think about how these activities support end point assessment (EPA).
Ensure to finalise before the start of your programme or, risk problems at the end point assessment stage.