Pass or Distinction only
A Bespoke Tailor and Cutter Apprentice produces tailored clothes that are cut and made to a unique pattern for an individual. Many of the skills are carried out by hand in order to produce a garment that fits precisely to a customer’s requirements. Bespoke tailoring forms the heart of the British menswear and womenswear industry and has an international and iconic reputation.
Please note that in agreement with UKFT and IfATE this Assessment Plan has been subject to some points of clarification that Training Providers, Employers and Apprentices need to be aware of before starting to prepare for their end-point assessment. Organisations involved in the delivery of this Apprenticeship Standard should contact us as soon as possible for more information on the impact of these clarification points.
Apprentices will need to achieve Level 2 English and mathematics prior to undertaking their End-Point Assessment.
The Apprentice will be assessed against the Bespoke Tailor and Cutter Assessment Plan requirements. The three methods of assessment are:
- Final Project
- Professional Presentation and Discussion
- Textiles Assignment Research Project
For more information about this Apprenticeship Standard End-Point Assessment please visit the Institute for Apprenticeship and Technical Education’s website.