End point Assessment
Apprentices learn the skills they need on the job with the guidance of a development coach who is an expert from industry. You’ll finish your apprenticeship with a recognised qualification, valuable industry experience, money, and substantial opportunities for promotion.
1) Portfolio of work: As part of the end point assessment the learner will need to develop a portfolio over the course of the 12 month training period. The Portfolio contains evidence from real work activity by the apprentice that has been built up progressively through the apprenticeship and will illustrate the application of the knowledge, skills and behaviours within the Standard synoptically.
2) Research Project: The purpose of the research project is for the apprentice to demonstrate knowledge gained during the apprenticeship and the application of this knowledge in developing their skills to produce a project report and an artefact which could include a visual or audio short broadcast piece, web content supporting a production or a developed programme idea
3) Set Test: This will be carried out on the Assessment Day, and will test the apprentice’s ability to respond to a commission and to develop a pitch or programme idea in a short timescale of 30 minutes.
4) Professional Discussion: The professional discussion element of the end point assessment will begin after the Set test presentation is completed. The Assessment Panel will consist of an Assessment Organisation representative and a representative from the employer/training provider. They will carry out the professional discussion together which will take 45 minutes.