CIHT become Ofqual approved for the transport apprenticeship

There have been recent changes to the way that transport planning technician apprentices are assessed at the end of their Level 3 apprenticeship: the End Point Assessment (EPA). This means that professional bodies now have to be regulated by Ofqual if they want to undertake this important task. CIHT stepped in to fulfil the EPA role for those young people completing the Level 3 apprenticeship when it was first established in 2015. They have just successfully completed the lengthy and rigorous Ofqual process and are now able to offer the EPA service going forward.

Keith Buchan, TPS Skills Director said:

“The successful CIHT application is great news for the apprenticeship since it provides continuity for the trainees and offers access to a professional qualification. We continue to work with CIHT to increase uptake of the apprenticeship which offers an attractive alternative route for non-graduates to make progress in our profession.”

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