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 Assessment, consultancy, attracting new talent and developing innovative technologies to support the skills the agenda.
Our background and experience has been gained by working in the transport, warehousing, procurement and logistics management sectors, blended with logistics training, learning and development and assessing.
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.
Apprenticeships we are approved to end-point assess
- 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
We work with training providers to support you and your skills tutors to achieve the best learning outcomes for your learners and employers.
We do this by working with your curriculum team and skills tutors to design and develop relevant schemes of work mapping to the Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours (KSB’s) of the Standard and EPA Plan.
To support each apprentice to prepare and 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 check list
Starting with the end in mind, Skills for Logistics engage with and support apprentices from as early as month two of their learner journey. This helps to ensure there are no surprises at Gateway and apprentices are best prepared, confident to achieve their highest grades.
Our approach assists apprentices to remain on programme and qualify, whilst training providers achieve successful completions.