What you need to know about the Highfield Level 2 End-Point Assessment for Urban Driver
Who is this Standard for?
This apprenticeship is for individuals working as an urban driver operating fixed axle vehicles over 3500kg in weight, often serving multiple customers each day in congested areas. This occupation is found in almost every industry across both private and public sectors. Urban drivers work in a variety of business areas that depend on the delivery and collection of goods by road. They typically work to a specified part of the country and their work pattern is normally time critical. Urban drivers often work in-house or as part of the supply chain, ranging from small, independently owned companies to large organisations. Sites include, for example, retail, construction, pallet, laundry, recycling, agriculture and manufacturing.
Amongst other aspects, urban drivers will be preparing their vehicle, planning deliveries, driving safely and efficiently and safely using equipment.
This is a level 2 apprenticeship standard that has a minimum duration of 12 months.
Apprentices who started their apprenticeship on or after 16/12/2021 will be assessed against ST1025/AP01.
End-Point Assessment methods
EPA kit - To access the full EPA kit for this standard, please visit here.