The latest release shows that there are now 60 companies listed on the Register of Apprenticeship Assessment Organisations.
This is also good news from an ILR point of view as the new requirements as of May 1st include the value of the end point assessment to be returned with each ILR submission.
The Register of Apprenticeship Assessment Organisations (RoAAO) will open each month for applications and there will be an updated list of Standards for application on the How to apply page on the .Gov website.
The complete list of RoAAO:
Adalta Development Ltd
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
Babcock Assessments Ltd
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
British Institute for Non-Destructive Testing
British Institute of Facilities Management
Chartered Banker Institute
Chartered Institute of Credit Management
Chartered Institute of Housing
Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply
Chartered Management Institute
cHRysos HR Solutions Ltd
City and Guilds
Energy & Efficiency Independent Assessment Service
Future (Awards and Qualifications) Ltd
Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance (HABC)
Hit Training Ltd
Innovate Awarding Limited
Institution of Mechanical Engineers
IRSE Enterprises Ltd
Occupational Awards Limited
Pearson Education Limited
Piper Training Limited trading as BESA Training
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
Science Industry Assessment Service
Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA)
South West Councils
The Army Catering Trust
The Association of Accounting Technicians
The Centre for Housing and Support (part of The Cornwall College Group)
The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx)
The Colleges' Partnership Ltd
The Institute of the Motor Industry
The Institution of Engineering and Technology
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency
The Pensions Management Institute
Training 2000 Ltd
Training Qualifications UK
TWI Certification Ltd
University of Bradford
University of Exeter
VQ Solutions Ltd
Applying to the RoAAO
If you are considering applying to become an apprentice assessment organisation, you will need submit your expression of interest on the BravoSolution portal, the current deadline is May 31st.
The Register of apprentice assessment organisations: how to apply web page has the following guidance documents:
• Introduction to the register and criteria for applying.
• Register of apprentice assessment organisations: pre-application guidance.
• List of apprenticeship standards for application (May 2017).
There is also valuable information on the Future Apprenticeships website along with an interesting workshop which could be beneficial for those wanting to become an apprentice assessment organisation.