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Recruitment Apprenticeship Apprentice progress review

Apprentice progress review form template

A model form used to capture the progress and development of an apprentice, including a review of attendance, training plan, quality of work and behaviour.

The employer should aim to hold progress review meetings with the apprentice on a regular basis, ideally quarterly, but they may need to be at shorter intervals early on and adjusted as the apprenticeship progresses.

Use these progress reviews to encourage collaboration and to set out what is required of the employer to play an active role in helping their apprentice to develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours required of them to be successful.

This document is suitable for use in England & Wales and Scotland, and was last reviewed and revised on 21 June 2022

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Apprentice progress review

Apprentice name:  
Line manager name:  
Mentor name:  
Review date:  


  Excellent Satisfactory Concerning Comments

Attendance (work and college)


  • Has there been any authorised or unauthorised absence?

Progress against training plan


  • Has the apprentice undertaken the tasks set in the previous review (if applicable)?
  • Have they had the opportunity to undertake the learning and skills development identified?
  • Is evidence supplied to an adequate standard?
  • Have they undertaken any training required, and if not why not?
Ability to manage work and study        

Quality of work


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