BUILT FOR CAREERS
An apprenticeship with UCEM is a three-way partnership between the employer, the apprentice and UCEM. The aim of the apprenticeship is to provide the apprentice with the knowledge, skills and behaviours to meet the requirements of the End Point Assessment (EPA) and their career afterwards. For most of our apprenticeships, this is the RICS Assessment of Professional Competence (APC). On passing the APC, the candidate is a qualified Chartered Surveyor (MRICS).
UCEM understands the current pressures and challenges for employers and therefore offers an end to end online model, with fully embedded teaching, workshops and outstanding wrap around pastoral and academic support.
The employer is required to reserve 20% of the apprentice’s working hours as off-the-job training, allowing the apprentice to study for the apprenticeship. Employers also provide the on-the-job training for apprentices, pay the apprentices’ salary and are responsible for the apprentices gaining the key skills as defined in the Apprenticeship Standard.