Become an apprenticeship training provider
All employers operating in the UK, with annual pay bills over £3 million are required to contribute to a new apprenticeship levy, however changes to funding for apprentices have affected all employers. The Level 3 Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Technician apprenticeship provides opportunities for health and safety training providers to train apprentices.
Become an end-point assessor
There’s a separate process to become an end-point assessment organisation for apprenticeships, also known as an awarding organisation.
The safety, health and environment technician apprenticeship includes three types of end-point assessment:
- exam using multiple-choice questions
- work project with a presentation and question-and-answer session
- professional discussion based on a portfolio of work.
End-point assessments are separate to any assessment that takes place during the training part of the apprenticeship. Independent third parties carry out the end-point assessments. To become an end-point assessor, see related links below.
Find training providers for your apprentices
Employers offering this apprenticeship can search the government register for training providers and end-point assessors – see related links below.