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British Marine seeks End Point Assessment assessors

Published on: 08 December 2020

British Marine require End Point Assessment (EPA) assessors for Boat Builder and Marine Engineer Apprenticeship Standards

British Marine has recently become an End Point Assessment Organisation (EPAO) for the Boat Builder and Marine Engineer Apprenticeship Standards.
 
British Marine is now looking for some potential assessors to carry out the End Point Assessment (EPA) for both Apprenticeship Standards.
 
The criteria are as follows:
 
Marine Engineer
 
Those appointed are experienced and qualified in the assessment profession and have recent experience in marine engineering with at least a Level 3 marine engineering qualification and demonstrate continuous professional development over the previous 5 years in the relevant industry area.
 
Further details about the Apprenticeship Standard and the EPA plan can be found here.
 

Boat Builder
 
They must be Level 3 qualified boat builders, experienced and qualified in the assessment profession and demonstrate continuous professional development over the previous 5 years in the relevant industry area.
 
Further details about the Apprenticeship Standard and the EPA plan can be found here.
 
If you are interested in being part of British Marine’s EPAO as an assessor, please email the training team on training@britishmarine.co.uk with your details and describe how you meet the above criteria in either of the vocational skills areas.