How to Appoint Your End Point Assessment Organisation
Selecting your end point assessment organisation
We recommend you appoint your end point assessment organisation at the start of the apprenticeship, so you and your apprentices are clear on what is expected.
If you already have an end point assessment organisation but are considering changing, you should read our White Paper to help you decide whether to switch and how to do it.
Choosing the Energy & Utilities Independent Assessment Service
Once you appoint us we will provide you with guidance materials and training to support you throughout the apprenticeship journey, making sure you are prepared for end point assessment.
We have already completed end point assessment for hundreds of successful apprentices and are ready to help you and your apprentices to aim high.
Appointing us as your end point assessment organisation is a five-step process:
1. Complete our employer selection form
You complete a form to confirm you have selected us as your end-point assessment organisation.
2. Register apprentices
You or your training provider then register your apprentices with us.
3. Confirm activity and payments
We will work with you and the lead training provider to arrange the necessary service level contracts and confirm activities.
4. Identify technical experts and assessors
We will select and approve independent technical experts and assessors to meet each assessment plan’s requirements.
5. Attend training on end-point assessment
We will provide a mixture of face to face training and webinars for your apprenticeship team and for all technical experts and assessors on all the tools for end-point assessment. In addition, we will provide you with guidance materials to support all those involved.
Useful templates – registering with EUIAS
We have produced a set of templates to support your end point assessment organisation selection and registration process, which can be downloaded from the list below and returned to us via email@example.com
- Power Network Craftsperson
- Dual Fuel Smart Meter Installer (Electricity and Gas)
- Water Process Technician
- Utilities Engineering Technician
- Gas Network Craftsperson
- Gas Network Team Leader
- Gas engineering
- Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician
- Electrical Power Protection and Plant Commissioning Engineer
- Electrical Power Networks Engineer
Find out more
To find out how the Energy & Utilities Independent Assessment Service can support the end point assessment of your apprentices, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call us on 0121 713 8310 or complete our online enquiry form.
EUIAS is part of Energy & Utility Skills.