Our End-Point Assessment
Skills for Logistics is a leading End-Point Assessment Organisation (EPAO) that supports the logistics, supply chain and procurement sectors. We do this through delivering apprenticeship End-Point Assessments, consultancy, attracting new talent and developing innovative technologies to support the skills on the agenda.
Our background and experience have been gained by working in the transport, warehousing, procurement and logistics management sectors, blended with logistics training, learning and development and assessment.
Our team has a combined wealth of skills, knowledge and experience obtained over many years working in these sectors and we understand the challenges which we all often face.
As a sector skills council, it is our mission to promote the logistics industry and attract new talent to address the skills shortage. We are about developing innovative learning technologies, transferring our knowledge to training providers and cohorts of learners to enhance their learning experience.
How we work with you
- Level 2 Large Goods Vehicle Driver (LGV) - category C and C+E
- Level 2 Express Delivery Driver (EDO)
- Level 2 Supply Chain Operator (SCO)
- Level 2 Supply Chain Warehouse Operative (SCWO)
- Level 3 Supply Chain Practitioner (SCP)
- Level 3 International Freight Forwarding Specialist (IFFS)
- Level 3 Team Leader/Supervisor (TL/S)
- Level 3 Procurement & Supply Assistant (PSA)
How we work with you
To achieve the best outcomes for employers and learners we wish to engage as early as possible to fully understand your own business needs and requirements. By liaising from day one we can design and develop our assessing techniques to suit your company's needs. We support your learners as soon as they are enrolled on their apprenticeship programme, providing access to our online portal, full of resources. This enhances the learning and understanding of apprentices, better preparing individuals to achieve their best grades.
Skills for Logistics has a unique online portal containing a series of practice and revision papers and other supporting resources. These include:
- Process Maps
- Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG)
- Multiple-Choice Questions
- Short Answer Questions
- Assessment Methodologies
- Work-based project exemplars
- Learner checklist
We also support the apprentices’ mentor to fully understand the EPA process and what the apprentice should expect on their EPA day.
Our approach assists apprentices to complete their programme aiding retention.
If you have any questions about how we can support employers, please either contact us through email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 0117 927 8800.