Our Approach

CIWM (WAMITAB) has had a focus on developing skills and technical competence to influence employability and career advancement since 1989. WAMITAB are widely recognised and respected to be the market leader in our sector.

CIWM (WAMITAB) Assessment will listen to employers prior to contracting in order to understand their business and ensure that our end point assessments will meet their needs. This process lays the foundations for a successful and long standing relationship and provides real value.

CIWM (WAMITAB) Assessment will work with employers from the very beginning of an Apprentices learning journey.

We will:

  • Tailor our end-point assessment offer to meet the needs of employers.
  • Cater for multi-site organisations, including national coverage.
  • Price competitively to offer value for money, including discounts for multiple Apprentices.
  • Offer advice and guidance to Employers, Training Providers and Apprentices  on the end-point assessment process.
  • Supply information upon registration about the types of assessments that can be expected, including sample questions

CIWM (WAMITAB) have been approved by the Education and Skills Funding Agency to deliver End-Point Assessment, our provider number is EPA0195.

CIWM (WAMITAB) only use occupationally competent, qualified Assessors and Quality Assurers, which means that Employers and Apprentices have confidence in the validity of the end-point assessments.

End-Point Assessment cost

Apprenticeship Standards are assigned a maximum funding band by the Institute for Apprenticeships; a  proportion of this is to be paid for end-point assessment. The maximum amount that funding will support is 20% of the funding band.

WAMITAB Assessment doesn’t charge a standard tariff because we believe that every organisation and Apprentice’s needs are different. We use the recommended Apprenticeship Standard tariff as a guideline, but tailor each end-point assessment package to suit specific needs. This approach ensures our customers only pay for what they need.

The current Fees and Charges are available in the document below:

Effective from 1st January 2021, the following Fees and Charges will be applied:

The End-Point Assessment Journey

End-Point Assessment is the final element of an Apprenticeship; it is carried out by an independent End Point Assessment Organisation to assess competence against an Apprenticeship Standard assessment plan.

The journey an Apprentice undertaking end-point assessment through CIWM (WAMITAB) Assessment is shown below:




Standards we can assess

CIWM (WAMITAB) have been approved by the Education and Skills Funding Agency to deliver end-point assessment on the Apprenticeship Standards below.

We are are constantly monitoring new Standards and will be adding to our offer as more relevant Apprenticeships are available.

Healthcare Cleaning Operative - Level 2End-Point Assessment plan
Metal Recycling General Operative - Level 2Leaflet downloadEnd-Point Assessment plan Purpose Statement
S.H.E. Technician - Level 3Leaflet downloadEnd-Point Assessment plan Purpose Statement
Waste Resource Operative - Level 2Leaflet Download End-Point Assessment plan Purpose Statement


Standards we intend to assess

CIWM (WAMITAB) Assessment have intentions to offer end-point assessment for:

  • Metal Recycling Technical Manager

Watch our news section for updates as new Standards are added in the coming months.