End Point Assessment Data to be made Public for the First Time

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Outcomes from apprenticeship end-point assessments (EPA) will feature in official government statistics for the first time from this summer but there will be limits to what is published. Ofqual has said that it will only publish outcome distributions where an apprenticeship standard has five or more end point assessment organisations, and 500 or more total EPAs in one year. This is because “statistics could be misleading if computed for small groups of outcomes”. Click here for FE Week commentary.