What you need to know about the Highfield Level 4 End-Point Assessment for High Speed Rail and Infrastructure (HSRI) Advanced Technician
Who is this Standard for?
High speed rail is a specialist occupational area of work. High speed rail specialists includes civil engineers, higher technicians in track, power and infrastructure, and operations managers. The high speed rail and infrastructure advanced technician provides technical solutions across the construction, maintenance and operation of a high speed railway, as defined by their job role. They are responsible for the safe design, construction, installation, maintenance and operation of a high speed railway that provides a safe an reliable service for its customers. High speed rail and infrastructure advanced technicians will have developed core knowledge, skills and behaviours alongside specialising in one of seven areas. These are civil engineering, track, systems engineering, command, control and communication, rolling stock, power, and operations.
This is a level 4 apprenticeship standard that has a minimum duration of 12 months and a recommended duration of 36 months.
End-Point Assessment methods
Highfield plan to be ready to deliver end-point assessments for the Level 4 High Speed Rail and Infrastructure Advanced Technician, by Spring 2020. Readiness is defined as having necessary administrative and systems infastructure and associated internal quality assurance policies and procedures to support Highfield's complete end-point assessment service.
EPA kit - To access the full EPA kit and Gateway Readiness Report for this standard, please visit here.
The price of the end-point assessment for this standard is: