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Apprenticeship standards

The new-style apprenticeships have been developed by employers and state exactly what an apprentice should be able to do once they complete their programme. 

The standards form progressive career pathways, incorporating the knowledge, skills and behaviours employers have defined for today’s industry. 

View the apprenticeship standards, assessment plans and progession routes for your industry, plus access guidance to support the delivery of apprenticeships.

Withdrawal of apprenticeship pathways

As a result of our sector consultation, and communication with the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), People 1st is extending the withdrawal date of apprenticeships pathways for hospitality, travel, bus and coach, retail, funeral services and aviation as outlined here.

These dates are final with exception of the three highlighted pathways where the replacement standards are currently being developed and are subject to approval. Any queries regarding this announcement should be directed to trailblazer@people1st.co.uk

Aviation

View the apprenticeship standards, assessment plans and progression routes for aviation.

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Retail

View the apprenticeship standards, assessment plans and progression routes for retail.

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Bus, coach & heavy vehicle

View the apprenticeship standards, assessment plans and progression routes for bus, coach & heavy vehicle.

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Travel

View the apprenticeship standards, assessment plans and progression routes for travel.

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Hospitality

View the apprenticeship standards, assessment plans and progression routes for hospitality.

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Consultations - have your say

We are currently consulting on the following:

Proposed additional apprenticeship standard for a production chef 
Employers in England are, in addition to the seven existing standards for hospitality, proposing a new level 2 production chef standard. Have your say here.