Level 2 Fishmonger ST0194
Fishmonger apprentices may work in independent high street fishmongers, supermarket fish counters or even mobile fishmonger vans. The fishmonger apprenticeship is about so much more than filleting fish. A fishmonger also needs excellent customer service and selling skills to develop good relationships with their customers.
The fishmonger end-point assessment (EPA) consists of three elements:
A knowledge test, answered through a combination of multiple choice and extended answer questions
A practical observation, taking place over 6-8 hours
A professional dialogue and interview, which is held only after the first two assessments have been completed successfully
The end-point assessment should be completed within twelve weeks of the EPA gateway.
To view the qualification specification please click here
Find Out More
To find out exactly what’s involved in the fishmonger apprenticeship download the Fishmonger Standard and assessment plan here.
If you’d like to discuss the fishmonger end-point assessment why not call one of our friendly EPA team on 0113 3970 395 or email us at EPA@fdq.org.uk
Alternatively, download our helpful guides below
Take a look at our helpful guides below
As a food specialist end-point assessment organisation we have access to independent examiners who are experts in their field. With FDQ you’ll be allocated an experienced fishmonger who really understands your business to be your independent examiner. They’ll guide you and your apprentice through their EPA, so there’s no nasty surprises. You’ll also have access to our extensive support materials, such as preparation guides and mock exams. It all helps to give your fishmonger apprentice the best chance of success.
End-point Assessment during Covid-19
Where possible we are delivering the L2 Fishmonger end-point assessment in person. If that currently isn’t possible for your business contact us to discuss
our remote EPA service.