Lead Practitioner in Adult Care Level 4. (V1.1)
End-Point Assessment (EPA) is the final assessment for an apprentice. An apprentice cannot achieve their apprenticeship without passing the End-Point Assessment.
EPA is an opportunity for an apprentice to showcase what they have learnt during their apprenticeship for a Lead Practitioner in Adult Care. This assessment includes an observation of practice and professional discussion.
End-Point Assessment for Lead Practitioner in Adult Care Level 4 can be carried out remotely or face-to-face.
Gateway requirements for a Lead Practitioner in Adult Care Level 4 apprentice are:
Evidence the apprentice has achieved Level 2 maths and English
Successful completion of Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care
Observation of Practice
The apprentice will be given 4 weeks to prepare for their observation. The observation will last 75 minutes, which will be made up of a 60 minutes direct observation and 15 minutes post observation questioning.
Professional Discussion Underpinned by a Portfolio
Apprentices will take part in a two-way discussion with the independent assessor for 90 minutes, +10% if needed. The Independent End-Point Assessor will ask questions relating to all knowledge, skills and behaviours highlighted within this assessment method. This list can be found within the support pack on our website.
Apprentices will achieve an overall grade, Distinction, Pass or Fail for their End-Point Assessment. These results will be communicated within 10 days of assessment. Should a learner need to retake either or both assessment methods this will take place within 3 months of initial assessment.