Following the successful introduction of the UK Government Apprenticeship Scheme, which offers an apprenticeship levy to employers to support their employees through their learning journey. The IFoA, in support of this new route to qualification are becoming an End Point Assessor Organisation (EPAO), and will be responsible for administering the assessment requirement.
Individuals will still be expected to apply to the IFoA for membership in the traditional way, and will need to gain a pass or an exemption in all 10 of the CB, CM, CS and CP exams, as well as the Professional Skills and Personal, Professional and Development requirements.
Once a candidate has accomplished the above they will be required to pass both a case study and interview based assessments in order to achieve the certificate from the Education and Skills Funding Agency.
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