Establish each apprentice’s starting point to set them up for success
Initial assessment is invaluable for assessing the level an apprentice is working at before they begin their apprenticeship, as well as crucial for regulatory compliance and high quality, individualised delivery.
Our pre-programme offering gives apprentices the best head start, with our diagnostic and skills assessment tools providing recognition of prior learning (RPL) and English and maths reviews.
Through our skills assessment platform providers can document an apprentice’s progress, store learning resources and transform your delivery.
For learners without the English and maths qualifications required for an apprenticeship, it is essential to be able to check their skills and knowledge in these areas before starting their apprenticeship programme. Using our One Assessment tool you will be able to identify the level a learner is working to for both English and maths in only 30 minutes!
This can save you up to 1½ hours per learner compared to traditional initial assessments. The tool produces contextual profiles, breaking down each apprentice's strengths and areas for improvement, giving tutors the information they need to build an effective plan for achievement of Functional Skills.
Our Skills Builder platform hosts engaging and modern Functional Skills resources tailored to each apprentice's diagnostic results. Available 24/7, the platform provides independent learning for apprentices and contextual dashboards for assessors to track their apprentices' progress.
Skills Review is a self-assessment skills gap analysis that enables an apprentice and their employer to review, input and evidence prior learning against the key areas of knowledge, skills and behaviours that are part of the apprenticeship standard.
We've built this solution to allow users to assess whether the apprenticeship is appropriate for the individual, and what’s needed to reach occupational competency.
This gives providers the data to make evidence-based adjustments to delivery to ensure the programme is suitable for the apprentice and to support their overall engagement. It also makes it easy to keep the employer up to date on the apprentice’s progress throughout their training.