End-Point Assessment services

We offer an expert and independent End-Point Assessment (EPA) Service for the advanced manufacturing and engineering sector.

The Institution became a registered End-Point Assessment Organisation (EPAO) in 2018, and was recognised by the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual) in March 2022.

We are committed to supporting and recognising the contribution and value of apprenticeships to UK industry, and our partnership with EAL, a specialist skills partner and awarding organisation, is important to the delivery of the Engineering Technician Standard.

Why choose IMechE as your End-Point Assessment Organisation?


  • Be reassured you are working with established organisations offering a unique and specialist solution
  • Save time and money with our one-stop transparent pricing model
  • Be confident in the knowledge that we are on the Register of End-Point Assessment Organisations


  • Receive high-quality resources and materials that support you through the entire EPA process
  • Be confident that project management techniques and processes are in place to ensure a quality service which is delivered on time
  • Provide a clear career progression route for your apprentices from EPA to professional registration and Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

  • We offer FREE bespoke training workshops to support your learners and Delivery Team through the EPA process. To find out more please email chris.atkins@imeche.org
  • Be reassured that we offer the latest updates in industry technical standards and policy
  • Dedicated account management support and guidance from our End Point Assessment Partnership team

  • Benefit from our significant experience and expertise as a driving force in the sector
  • Receive a high-level service from experienced sector assessors who will ensure your apprentices meet nationally and internationally recognised occupational standards

What's involved in an EPA?

Each apprenticeship standard has its own assessment plan, which specifies the assessment methods that must be used. Assessment methods may vary.

Contact us for further information