Outline

A Building Services Engineering Craftsperson undertakes the installation, testing, pre-commissioning, commissioning and decommissioning of large-scale engineering systems which are used for heating workplaces, such as those found in industrial and commercial buildings like office blocks, factories, schools and hospitals.

These engineering systems operate by moving temperature-controlled water around the inside of buildings, providing heating and cooling, and utilise fossil fuels and sustainable energy systems. Craftspersons have detailed knowledge of the system’s operating principles. They also set, identify and establish the requirements of the job, whether from drawings or client’s other instructions, liaise and work with other trades, suppliers and clients, as appropriate, solve problems within the scope of the work they carry out, and contribute to adjusting the configuration of systems as they are installed.

They are able to demonstrate competence in the health and safety, communication, quality control and environmental requirements appropriate to their scope of work.

 

Assessment

Industry qualified Tutors and Assessors will support and teach you on a structured learning programme, consisting of technical knowledge delivered  in the classroom, practical skills in the workshop, together with evidence from the workplace, using offline and online content to help draw out the skills, knowledge and behaviours to prepare for the end point assessment.

Your journey will be tracked and monitored using our e-portfolio system, with regular reviews and action plans by both your Assessor and Tutor. Regular feedback is provided both to yourself and your employer to make your apprenticeship journey both enjoyable and successful.

Mandatory Qualifications

  • Level 3 Heating & Ventilating Craftsperson Qualification
  • Functional Skills Level 1 in IT (unless previously achieved )
  • Functional Skills Level 2 in English (unless previously achieved)
  • Functional Skills Level 2 in maths (unless previously achieved)
  • End Point Assessment

Following the successful completion of a record of achievement log, the end point assessment will consist of:

  • A multiple choice knowledge test
  • A craftsperson skills test, observed by an independent assessor (nominated by the
  • approved end point organisation)
  • A professional discussion, undertaken by an independent assessor (nominated by the
  • approved end point organisation)

Entry Requirements

  • A full Level 2 (e.g. 5 GCSEs  including English and maths, grades 5-9)
  • Alternatively, progression from the Building Services Engineering Installer apprenticeship
  • Apprentices must be in suitable employment to have the opportunity to develop all required
  • knowledge, skills and behaviours aligned to this apprenticeship standard.

Fees

Don’t let the cost of studying put you off – most of our students study for FREE, and those who don’t qualify for funding are very often eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan.

Eligibility depends on both the course you have chosen to study and your individual circumstances.

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21/22

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22/23

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Building Services Engineering Craftsperson (Apprenticeship Standards)

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23/24

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