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Level 2 Baker End-point Assessment

The Level 2 Baker apprenticeship standard is designed to fully prepare bakery apprentices for careers in a wide range of bakery environments – from traditional family bakers to large automated bakery plants to in-store  supermarket bakeries. Bakery apprentices specialise in one option relevant to their workplace: craft, in-store or automated.

The baker end-point assessment (EPA) consists of three elements:

  • A knowledge test, answered through multiple choice questions

  • An assessment centre observation, taking up to 7 hours

  • A workplace observation and interview to assess their chosen specialism and taking between 4-8 hours.

The end-point assessment must be completed within twelve weeks of the EPA gateway

The standard charge for EPA is 15-20% of the IfATE maximum funding rate, to view FDQ's Fee's Policy click here

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Baker Assessment Details AP04 & AP05

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Available support guides for this standard to help you and your learners.

Information for apprentices

Support documents are there to help prepare apprentices for the End-point Assessment (EPA). The following guides include Craft, Automated and Retail learning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FDQ Employer & Training Provider Guide (ETP)

The ETP guide was created to give all parties guidance, support and a full understanding of the Level 2 Baker Apprenticeship Standard EPA requirements. These include Craft, Automated and Retail learning.

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Are you an employer or apprentice searching for a training provider? Find the best one for your using the button below.

What's the difference between AP04 & AP05?

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Baker is a core and options apprenticeship standard. Apprentices must be assessed against the core and one option:

 

• Option 1: Craft baker

• Option 2: Instore baker

• Option 3: Automated baker

Entrants will undergo three test components as detailed on the following pages, the results of which are aggregated to give a final apprenticeship grade of fail, pass, merit or distinction.

 

Check out the differences between assessment Components and Time Allowed by clicking here.

Baker is a core and options apprenticeship standard. Apprentices must be assessed against the core and one option:

• Option 1: Craft baker

• Option 2: Plant baker

• Option 3: Retail baker

 

Entrants will undergo three test components as detailed on the following pages, the results of which are aggregated to give a final apprenticeship grade of fail, pass, merit, or distinction.

Check out the differences between assessment Components and Time Allowed by clicking here.

Find Out More


If you’d like to discuss the bakery end-point assessment or the mandatory qualification, the Bakery Diploma why not call one of our friendly EPA team on 0113 859 1266 or email us at EPA@fdq.org.uk

To find out exactly what’s involved in an FDQ end-point assessment download the End-point Assessment Guide below.

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