A number of EAL qualifications have approaching registration and certification end dates. Please make sure you claim your learner certificates by the specified deadline, as certificates can't be issued after this.
Want to keep up with the latest policy news? Read EAL's policy round up below:
- The UK government is set to review technical education at Levels 4-5 in England, following its review and policy change at Level 3. More here
- Education Secretary Justine Greening has said that a 61% drop in apprenticeship starts following the introduction of the apprenticeship levy was ‘expected’. More here.
We are currently updating our qualifications to reflect their size.
TQT (measured in hours) is an estimate of the total amount of time that could reasonably be expected to be required for a learner to achieve the level of attainment necessary for the award of a qualification.
EAL’s Rail Week Gets off to a Flying Start with the Launch of a New End-Point Assessment Service for Apprenticeships
EAL kick starts its Rail Week celebrations today by announcing its success in applying to provide End-Point Assessment services for Rail Engineering Operative (Level 2) apprenticeship standards.
The success strengthens EAL’s position as the leading awarding organisation for the rail sector. It follows the launch of a suite of pioneering new apprenticeship qualifications by the organisation for the rail industry.
EAL is proud to sponsor the prestigious Semta Skills Awards again.
Be one of the first to enter the awards, which are a fantastic opportunity to get national recognition for your organisation and the learners and employers you support.
There are eight award categories: Apprentice; Higher Apprentice; Skills Champion; Skills Innovation; Training Partner; SME Investment in Skills; Technician and Diversity in Engineering.