Fail, Pass or Distinction
A textile manufacturing operative is employed within the textile manufacturing industry and works in an occupation where they are required to use specific machinery to produce textiles. Typically, this might involve occupations such as carding, spinning, twisting, warping and other roles at the basic/introductory level of the textile manufacturing (this is not an exhaustive list).
Apprentices will need to achieve the following prior to undertaking their End-point Assessment:
- The relevant English and mathematics prior to undertaking their End-Point Assessment. From August 2022 people who start a Level 2 apprenticeship without Level 1 English and Maths will no longer need to automatically attempt Level 2 English and Maths tests to complete their apprenticeship.
- Completed the on-programme portfolio of evidence.
- Attended a progress review discussion in the last month of their apprenticeship to enable the employer to confirm they are confident that they have taken on board all aspects of the standard.
The Apprentice will be assessed against the Textile Manufacturing Operative Assessment Plan requirements. The two methods of assessment are:
- Knowledge test
- Practical skills assessment and discussion
The assessment plan can be found here.
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