Welcome to our policy page, here you can keep up to date with all of our End-Point Assessment policies at Training Qualifications UK. Click the headings for all the information you need.
Training Qualifications UK (TQUK) offers an appeals policy in order to provide external parties with a means to contest decisions made by TQUK.
Apprentice progress and achievement is underpinned by the delivery of consistent and high-quality assessment and internal quality assurance.
This policy is to ensure that TQUK staff members deal with any plagiarism investigations in a consistent manner.
This document explains TQUK’s feedback and complaints procedures and is provided for Recognised Centres, Training Providers, Learners, Apprentices, Employers and all interested parties.
This policy covers the commitment of all colleagues involved directly in the assessment of Apprentices, the Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) of End-Point Assessments and the support of assessors involved in those activities to continually update their knowledge and skills in order to remain occupationally competent in their sector.
This policy is provided for our Recognised Centres and Learners, who are delivering, enrolled on or have taken a TQUK approved regulated qualification or unit, and the Training Providers and Apprentices.
This policy aims to support those involved with examinations or Apprenticeship end-point assessment activities (EPA) through defining processes and responsibilities of all parties.
This document is provided for our partners and sets out where to find the fees we will charge for our various services, as well as our invoicing arrangements.
Funding bands are always a source of potential confusion, so we thought we’d dedicate a bit of time to discussing them.
This policy sets out the steps TQUK staff members will follow when reporting suspected or actual cases of plagiarism, as well as the procedural steps followed when reviewing such cases.
TQUK is committed to ensuring that all Learners and Apprentices are granted equal opportunity, in line with the Equality Act 2010, to maintain equity, validity and reliability of assessments through the application of reasonable adjustments and special considerations where appropriate.
While not regularly working with children, young people or vulnerable adults TQUK is strongly committed to practices that protect children, young people and vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect or significant harm.