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
View our qualifications that are listed as on-programme qualifications within apprenticeship standards
Our qualifications support the following Apprenticeship Standards:
Air Traffic Controller
First Officer Pilot
Healthcare Assistant Practitioner
Ambulance Support Worker
FAQ Level 3 Award in Ambulance Patient Care: Non-Urgent Care Services
FAQ Level 3 Award in Patient Care Services: Ambulance Driving
FAQ Level 3 Certificate in Ambulance Patient Care: Non-Urgent Care Services
FAQ Level 3 Certificate in Ambulance Patient Care: Urgent Care Services
FAQ Level 3 Certificate in Emergency Response Ambulance Driving (RQF)
FAQ Level 3 Diploma in Ambulance Emergency and Urgent Care Support
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
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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