What you need to know about the Highfield Level 3 End-Point Assessment for Electrical, Electronic Product Service and Installation Engineer
Who is this Standard for?
Electrical, Electronic Product Service and Installation Engineers are responsible for the installation and servicing of domestic and/or commercial equipment from washing machines and micro-wave ovens in the kitchen, laundrette or restaurant to television and audio equipment in the living room. The influence of computers in controlling washing machines and providing television, have brought the installation and service requirements of these products together.
The engineer should have an enquiring mind and be able to follow a logical sequence of mechanical events or electrical tests. Following the Apprenticeship, the engineer will have additional training if they are working on gas appliances or working in specific commercial premises, they may also have the opportunity to take additional qualifications to further develop their skills and extend their prospects into management, training or development.
This is a level 3 apprenticeship standard that has a minimum duration of 12 months. Apprentices will be placed in a suitable role and supported by a tutor to achieve the standards and Level 1 maths and English qualifications.
Apprentices who started their apprenticeship on or after 06/12/2017 will be assessed against ST0150/AP01
End-Point Assessment methods
Highfield are ready and able to deliver end-point assessment for the Electrical, Electronic product Service and Installation Engineer standard. Readiness is defined as having necessary administrative and systems infrastructure and associated internal quality assurance policies and procedures to support Highfield’s end-to-end end-point assessment service.
EPA kit - To access the full EPA kit and the Gateway Readiness Report for this standard, please:
Click here for the EPA kit and documents
Apprenticeship Standard and EPA Timeline - this document (available here) supports employers, training providers and apprentices by providing them with the clear time frames required to complete each stage of the apprenticeship and end-point assessment journey, through to ESFA certification.
Apprentice Support and Guidance Documents
These documents support employers, training providers and apprentices preparing for end-point assessment.