Looking to hire an apprentice or upskill your workforce?
Our new apprenticeship scheme will provide you with all the knowledge and support to help you enrol one or many apprentices for our Urban Driver (level 2) category C apprenticeship course. This course enables an apprentice to qualify from their car licence up to category a C (rigid) licence with the full legal entitlement to drive professionally, as well as meeting the requirements of the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education standards.
The programme begins with an initial meeting with our apprenticeships team who will explain the process to you, and culminates with the completion of the endpoint assessment. During the programme, the candidate will complete all of their licence acquisition tasks to get qualified to drive (this can be completed at any time during the programme, so doesn’t mean it will take 12 months to get a qualified driver on your workforce), throughout the programme the apprentice will complete all additional training required to reach the level 2 standard, and be guided throughout by our dedicated apprenticeships team – who will be in communication regularly with both you and your apprentices, and available for any guidance needed throughout.
Our team is on hand to help guide you through the process and the required documents to help you and your apprentice start training as fast as possible and with the minimum impact on you and your business.
- 80% commitment for on-the-job training. (Learning the job while they work)
- Non-levy payers subject £1000 contribution (levy payers are not subject to this)
- 13-month training commitment
- Access to online E-folio
- Access to bespoke learning for functional skills
- Access to bespoke online courses
- Completion of all driver training and licence acquisition
- Completion of eight bespoke CPD modules
- Completion of the sixteen apprenticeship modules
- It’s a block release course (student comes to us when needed, not day release)
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Apprenticeship Training Roadmap
Each of the activities below is completed alongside regular professional discussions and progress reviews with your tutor, as well as the completion of assignments and activities set by your tutor in line with your progress.
|Apprenticeship Modules||CPD Modules|
|Your safeguarding||Equality and Diversity|
|Your health & wellbeing||Self-Awareness and Personal Development|
|Structure of Organisation and Industry||General Data Protection Regulations|
|Vehicle preparation 1||Introduction to Fire Safety in the Workplace|
|Vehicle preparation 2||Managing Conflict|
|Health & Safety||Stress Management|
|Legislation||Fraud and Fraud Prevention|
|Delivery and Customer Service||Functional Skills|
|Professionalism||Functional Skills (Level 2) English (if required)|
|Route Planning||Functional Skills (Level 2) Maths (if required)|
|Trailers||Functional skills diagnostics and development were relevant and|
exams booked where level two needs to be achieved.
|Ways of Working|
|Use of equipment & IT|
|Provisional licence application||Both the provisional application and medical to be completed before enrolment|
|Completion of Medical|
|Module 1a – Theory Test||Practice materials are provided with tests booked when you’re ready.|
|Module 1b – Hazard Perception Test|
|Module 2 – CPC Case Studies Test|
|Driver Training and Test (C) [One Week]|
|Module 4 CPC Training and Test|
|Preparation for gateway|
|Mock theory tests, interviews, professional discussions and driving practice in preparation for the endpoint assessment.|
|This consists of the completion of the apprenticeship theory test, a short interview and a driving assessment with an external assessor.|
Types of training
- Off-the-job (20%)
- ‘Off-the-job’ training is delivered by 2 Start Ltd during your apprentice’s normal working hours.
- On-the-job (80%)
- ‘On-the-job’ training is delivered by the employer during your apprentice’s normal working hours.