About FutureQuals Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships allow learners to gain actual workplace experience.

Apprenticeships play an important role in British industry, and it is important that the right structures are in place to ensure they equip learners with the right skills.

Apprenticeship standards are developed by employer groups, known as trailblazers.

The Institute for Apprenticeships are responsible for ensuring the high quality of apprenticeships in England. The institute also advise on setting funding caps, approving apprenticeship standards and assessment plans.

You can keep up to date on new standards by following this link: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/search-for-apprenticeship-standards

Our End-Point Assessments cover the following Standards:

Level 4 Associate Ambulance Practitioner

Institute for Apprenticeships Standards reference number: ST0287

Click here to see details of the approved standard on the Institute for Apprenticeships web site

Level 4 Associate Ambulance Practitioner Standard Guide
Standard and Assessment Plan

Level 3 Senior Healthcare Support Worker

Senior Healthcare Support Worker Standard Guide

Institute for Apprenticeships Standards reference number: ST0217

Click here to see details of the approved standard on the Institute for Apprenticeships web site

Level 2 Customer Service Practitioner

Institute for Apprenticeships Standards reference number: ST0072

Click here to see details of the approved standard on the Institute for Apprenticeships web site

We have been notified by the Department of Education that we are approved to offer the Level 2 Customer Service Practitioner qualification. The FutureQuals standard guide will be available shortly and notification will be sent out accordingly, please check back here soon.

Our qualifications support the following Apprenticeship Standards:

Questions

Whats happening to the SASE Frameworks?

New apprenticeships are being developed based on guidance given to Trailblazers Groups and will be based upon the Standard developed by employers. The new Standards will replace existing apprenticeship frameworks, apprentices on existing frameworks will be allowed to complete. The Government has committed to withdrawing all of the old Apprenticeship Frameworks by 2020.

Keep upto date by accessing https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/removal-of-apprenticeship-frameworks

How do the new Trailblazer apprenticeships compare to the (SASE) apprenticeships?

Apprenticeship Framework Trailblazer Apprenticeship
Initial assessment of potential apprentice Initial assessment of potential apprentice
Work-based learning and off the job training

Mandatory qualifications

English, Mathematics and ICT 

Employment Rights & Responsibilities

Personal Learning & Thinking Skills

On the job training

Qualifications (not normally mandatory)

English & Mathematics qualifications required

Assessment of Knowledge, skills and behaviours -End Point Assessment

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