EPA Resources

EPA Resources

Policies for end point assessment EPA Resources End Point Assessment Resources EPA Specification

Here you will find links to all our End Point Assessment resources covering:

  • Guidance and documentation to support the end-point assessment process in general
  • Standard-specific guidance and in some cases, pathway-specific guidance

EUIAS is creating EPA Specifications for a number of our approved apprenticeships. These documents are your one-stop-shop for everything you need to know about that end-point assessment, including guidance on how to prepare apprentices for the EPA. These documents will be available to download as single documents, and to download in their constituent sections. The structure of all our EPA Specifications is the same:

  • Section 1 – Introduction
  • Section 2 – Mapping the standard
  • Section 3 – Service delivery and gateway eligibility
  • Section 4 – Amplification and Guidance
  • Section 5 – Assessment and Grading Criteria
  • Section 6 – Practice assessments and guidance
  • Section 7 – this section contains various Annexes relevant to the standard, and the Gateway Eligibility Report

Where an End Point Assessment Specification is not available, we have made available a variety of support documents relevant to that standard.

Links to EPA Resources

To download the resource, please click on the link below:

Cohort Registration Form v3.0 (completed by main provider)

Learner Data Form (completed by main provider)

EPAO Appointment Form (completed by employer)

Are you wondering whether MOET is the right standard for your apprentices? This article may help:

General resources for all MOET pathways:

If you are unsure whether the practical tasks your apprentices carry out are adequate and sufficient for the MOET end-point assessment Practical Assessment, you can use our Practical observation review service by completing the form below. Note: to do this, you must send it in at least 6 weeks before the start of end-point assessment.

Additional resources will be posted here shortly.

For the End-Point Assessment Specification for each pathway, where available, please click on the relevant link below:

New registrations for Gas Network Team Leader closed on May 18th 2020. This standard has been superseded by the Gas Network Operative standard.

Generic Resources for all Gas Network Team Leader pathways:

Additional resources will be posted here shortly.

For resources by pathway, please click on the relevant link below.

Resources for Gas Network Operative 

Please note that in addition to passing their apprenticeship end-point assessment, gas network operatives need to be qualified and on the Street Works Register.  Employers typically require a driving license, as operatives may be expected to drive to their place of work, using a company vehicle. In addition, some gas network operatives may require a CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) Card and/or SHEA (Safety, Health and Environmental Awareness) Gas Passport Card. A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check may also be required.

EPA specification in separate sections:

General Resources:

Practical Observation (trade test) Resources:

Resources for UET assessment plan 02

Please note that assessment plan 02 has been superseded by assessment plan 03. All new registrations for UET will be on AP03. Existing Learners on AP02 will be able to transfer to AP03  provided their end-point assessment is not due to start sooner than April 2021. Existing customers should contact EUIAS to discuss.

General Resources for all UET pathways:

UET Electrical:

UET Mechanical:

UET Instrumentation, Control and Automation:

Resources for UET assessment plan 03

Assessment – Main differences between UET (AP03) and UET (AP02)

UET Electrical:

UET Mechanical:

UET Instrumentation, Control and Automation:

For the End-Point Assessment Specification for UET, please click on the link below:

Each section of the Specification is available as a separate download:

These resources are for assessment plan 03.

General resources for all Gas Network Craftsperson pathways:

GNC – electrical and instrumentation:

GNC – emergency response (note Practical Tasks 1, 2, 6, 7 and 8 are only required where the apprentice is undertaking the MOGS assessments with EUIAS in order to achieve Gas Safe certification for CESP1, REGT1, TPCP1a and MET4):

GNC – network pipelines maintenance:

GNC – pressure management:

General resources for Electrical Power Protection and Plant Commissioning Engineer:


  • EPA Specification

Find Out More

For more information on the resources included within this section of the website please email enquiries@euias.co.uk or call 0121 713 8310.