In this webinar, CIHT’s Professional Development Officer, John Hall, will be presenting the requirements of the Work Based Portfolio, which is a new element to the Level 3 Transport Planning Technician Apprenticeship End Point Assessment (EPA) process - for apprentices taking EPA from 2022 onwards
The webinar is free for all to attend and will be taking place 12:00-13:00 on 28 June. The webinar will consist of a 40-minute presentation which will be followed by 20-minutes of Q&A.
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The Work Based Portfolio underpins the professional discussion portion of the EPA Interview. Its contents will be used to enable the assessors to create bespoke questions for each apprentice and it provides the apprentice an opportunity to demonstrate their competence against one or more of the Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours mapped to this apprenticeship standard.
The Work Based Portfolio should include ten to twelve individual pieces of evidence about projects they have been directly involved with. Suggested subjects for the evidence include: Modelling, CPD, Ethics, Stakeholder Engagement, Quality Management & influencing travel behaviours.
CIHT encourages all apprentices to ask questions at this event, as we want you to be conformable with the process you are about to undertake.
Further EPA Preparation sessions will be delivered throughout 2021 with dates to be confirmed.
To find out more about the Level 3 Transport Planning Technician Apprenticeship and CIHT's involvement as the End Point Assessment Organization, please click here.
All apprentices sitting their EPA in 2022 and beyond, will be required to submit a WBP as part of their EPA submission. This talk will cover all the aspects and requirements of the Work Based Portfolio, with a live Q&A session to follow. This is a great opportunity to gain some more CPD and to fully understand this new requirements in the End Point Assessment Process.
By joining this webinar, you will learn how to develop a good Work Based Portfolio that gathers evidence from projects, activities and experience that you have gained from your employer and links it to the Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours of the competencies that are built into the apprenticeship you are doing. A good Work Based Portfolio will demonstrate your ability to meet the criteria required of you at Engineering Technician Level.
John has held positions in the Education and Professional Development departments at two Professional Engineering Institutions. He has supported the Level 3 Transport Planning Technician Apprenticeship for nearly 3 years and is now leading on CIHT apprenticeship programmes.
If you have any questions about this event, please do not hesitate to contact our team on +44 (0)20 4526 9848 or email@example.com