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End-point assessments for the creative and cultural industries

Registrar (Creative and Cultural) EPA

The Registrar (creative and cultural) EPA is the end-point assessment for this Level 6 standard.

A Registrar operates behind the scenes to enable access and enjoyment of cultural heritage by public and other audiences now and in the future.  They may work within a museum, art gallery or similar organisation whether public or private which has a stated remit to: promote, collect, manage, preserve, interpret and/or display works of art, historic stories, customs, practices, places, artistic expressions, values, specimens and artefacts of unique and often irreplaceable artistic, historic, cultural or scientific importance, commonly referred to as collections or objects.

Registrars may work alone or in teams in a fast paced, busy environment with other, predominantly, internal departments which may include art handling, conservation, exhibitions, photographic, legal, technicians, sales and curatorial. They also liaise with other external sector professionals eg, technical consultants, artists, insurance brokers, fabricators and an international network of transport agents.

Gateway requirements

  • Level 2 English and maths 
  • A portfolio of work-based evidence, used to support the professional discussion

Assessment Methods

  • Work-based written project report and presentation: The completion of a work-based project report that has a real business application. This is followed by a presentation delivered by the apprentice, and then questions from an assessor.
  • Professional discussion: A 110-minute discussion with an assessor, supported by a portfolio of evidence.

Indicative duration of assessment

The EPA will typically be completed within a period of up to six months once the Gateway requirements have been met. 

More Information

Find out more on the Institute for Apprenticeships & Technical Education website.

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If you would like to speak to our team about AIM end-point assessment services, please email assessment@aimgroup.org.uk.