Passenger Transport Operative Level 2


This Apprenticeship is suitable for people who are in starting roles with a responsibility to provide customer service within the safety critical transport environment. The broad purpose of the occupation is to help customers travel to their destinations.

Passenger transport operatives do this by helping customers travel safely, on time and in comfort from the beginning to the end of their chosen journey. Passenger transport operatives work within safety-critical environments. They provide high quality services to customers, ensuring that safety, customer care, and commercial standards are met. They assist other staff and identify customer needs, particularly during a disruption in service.
Some passenger transport operatives instead work on board vehicles. They may be required to check tickets, and in some situations also sell a limited range of tickets. Their main responsibility is to keep the travel environment safe for all who use it. They must monitor and respond to live events, from passenger issues to delays. Finally, dispatch operatives work on the platform. They receive, turn around and dispatch vehicles in line with set procedures. They also have to monitor and respond to activity happening within the station or platform, such as overcrowding. They have the power to stop a vehicle when required to maintain safety. These three occupations work together in teams to provide a seamless service that allows fare paying passengers to Ssafely access their chosen transport to their destination.

Qualifications Included:

Level 1/2 Functional Skills – Maths and English (unless exempt)
  • Flexible national delivery available on this Apprenticeship, delivered using a ‘hybrid learning’ approach, live e-tutorials (accessed using MS Teams Education).
  • As part of our commitment to the environment, we deliver all aspects of the Apprenticeship using the latest course work and evidence gathering.
  • Spread recruitment costs throughout the year, by utilising our employer friendly, roll-on-roll-off monthly enrolment dates. Our flexible modular timetable breaks away from the traditional September start date (term times).
  • Apprentice progress reports are available to all employers on a monthly basis.
  • Unit Rate:  £6,000 per Apprentice (no additional fees).
  • Typical duration to gateway:  15 months.

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