Tripartite progress review meetings
Tripartite progress review meetings take place regularly throughout the apprenticeship and they must take place every 12 weeks.
At tripartite review meetings the apprentice, their employer and their academic mentor formally meet to assess progress. The training plan (formerly known as the commitment statment) is used to review progress and ensure that the apprentice is on track both in terms of their academic programme and their work-based learning.
The review meetings will track progress against the knowledge, skills and behaviours gained in the apprenticeship. They provide an opportunity to agree any changes required to the apprentice’s learning plan, set targets and identify any actions needed to ensure the success of the apprenticeship. A tripartite review form should be completed by the apprentice in advance to help inform discussion at the meeting, and the form is then signed by all three parties and provides a record of the progress review.