New apprenticeship standards are developed by employer groups known as ‘trailblazers’.
Applies to England
Apprenticeship standards show what an apprentice will be doing and the skills required of them, by job role. Standards are developed by employer groups known as ‘trailblazers’.
More standards will be published as they are developed and approved.
Search for an apprenticeship standard
You can use the apprenticeship standard finder on the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education website to find:
- standards approved for delivery, these include an approved assessment plan and allocated funding band
- standards in development
Find apprenticeship training
Employers can use the Find apprenticeship training service to search for suitable apprenticeships and identify approved training providers who can deliver that training.
The service contains details of training providers who currently offer apprenticeships.
If employers haven’t been able to find a suitable training provider for a particular apprenticeship training course, they can share their interest with all training providers. Training providers are then able to see and respond to the demand for training.
Find an end-point assessment organisation
Apprentices must complete an assessment to demonstrate what the apprentice has learnt and that they can perform all aspects of their occupation.
The end-point assessment organisation must be independent from the training provider. You can find an end-point assessment organisation for your apprentice).