Associate Project Manager Level 4.
End-Point Assessment is the final assessment for an apprentice. An apprentice cannot achieve their apprenticeship without passing the End-Point Assessment.
EPA is an opportunity for an apprentice to showcase what they have learnt during their apprenticeship for an Associate Project Manager. This assessment includes a Presentation and Professional Discussion.
The End-Point Assessment for Associate Project Manager can be carried our remotely or face to face.
Gateway requirements for an Associate Project Manager includes:
Evidence the apprentice has achieved Level 2 Maths and English
Evidence the apprentice has gained a qualification at International Project Management Level D or APM Project Management Qualification
Have a minimum of 12 months on programme.
Presentation and Professional Discussion
The apprentice will deliver a presentation to a panel of at least 2 members, this panel includes a representative from the apprentice’s employer or the training provider, it will additionally include the End Point Assessor from National EPA.
The presentation and portfolio of evidence must be submitted at least 30 days prior to assessment to allow the panel to develop questions.
The presentation and discussion will last around 1 hour.
Apprentices will achieve an overall pass Distinction, Merit, Pass or Fail for their End-Point Assessment. The maximum mark available is 75. Those apprentices scoring 45-55 will achieve a minimum Pass.
These results will be communicated within 10 days of assessment. Should a learner need to retake either or both assessment methods this will take place within 6 months of initial assessment.