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Roles within delivery


The role of the trainer is to create an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) to suit your learning needs.

They will agree and plan training sessions and prepare you for your End Point Assessment along with your employer. They will also guide, support and encourage you throughout your apprenticeship training programme.

What to expect from your trainer

The IQA (Internal Quality Assurance) will ensure the On Programme Portfolio you present meets the required quality standard and the correct training has been delivered towards the End Point Assessment. They are also there to support you if you wish to appeal an assessment decision.

An independent organisation must be involved in the End Point Assessment of each apprentice so that all apprentices following the same standard are assessed consistently. Only organisations on the register of end-point assessment organisations are eligible to conduct independent end-point assessment of apprentices.

Ofsted are responsible for inspecting and reporting on the quality of training provisions for post 16 education. They are funded by the Government. Achieving for Children (Way2Work) as a training provider, are inspected on our quality of delivery, training and assessment under the latest Education Inspection Framework.

The ESFA funds your apprenticeship. They bring together the former responsibilities of the Education Funding Agency (EFA) and Skills Funding Agency (SFA) to create a single agency accountable for funding education and skills for children, young people and adults in England.

The employer is an integral part of any apprenticeship. All apprenticeship frameworks are actually created and driven by employers and they are responsible for fully supporting you throughout your apprenticeship journey. Employers must provide opportunities for you to gain new skills and demonstrate behaviours.