The next installment of The Strategic Development Network (SDN) and Protocol webinar will focus around end-point assessment methods and preparation.

The webinar, which will be held on Thursday 11th April 12.30 – 1.30 pm and will cover:

  • the different methods of assessment used within end-point assessment
  • what they assess and how they are used
  • ensuring validity, reliability and robustness
  • practical considerations for trainers and end-point assessors

If you can’t make the date – not to worry, sign up and we’ll send you a recording to watch in your own time.

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Who is this webinar for?

This webinar is for trainers, end-point assessors and their managers – those planning to deliver, or prepare apprentices for, the end-point assessment.

Facilitators and speakers

The webinar will be facilitated by Chris Cherry, an SDN specialist in apprenticeship on-programme training and end-point assessment. Chris has been heavily involved in the development of new standards and assessment plans, as well as supporting many of the first EPAOs to set up and start delivering end-point assessment. Chris holds a Masters in assessment theory and is well published in this area.

Why a SDN-Protocol webinar?

Protocol have been the leading recruitment agency to the skills, training and further education sector for over 20 years, and are working closely with EPAOs across the country.

SDN are leading experts in the apprenticeship reforms. We’ve directly supported 5,000 apprenticeship staff, from 1,000 organisations, to help prepare to deliver apprenticeship standards and end-point assessment. We’ve also worked closely with 80 of the trailblazer employer groups, giving us a unique insight into what is required.

Any questions, please email: events@strategicdevelopmentnetwork.co.uk

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