Fail, Pass or Distinction
This occupation is found in almost every industry across both private and public sectors. Urban drivers work in a variety of business areas that depend on the delivery and collection of goods by road. They typically work to a specified part of the country and their work pattern is normally time critical. Urban drivers often work in-house or part of the supply chain, ranging from small, independently owned companies to large organisations. Sites include for example retail, removals, construction, pallet, laundry, recycling, agriculture, and manufacturing.
Apprentice will need to achieve a Category C drivers’ licence or a Category C1 drivers’ licence.
Apprentices will need to achieve 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.
The Apprentice will be assessed against the Urban Driver Assessment Plan requirements. The three methods of assessment are:
- Multiple-choice Test
- Practical Assessment
The assessment plan can be found here.
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