Outline

Building services make buildings work. Service and Maintenance Engineers play a key role in planning and completing a range of maintenance work, encompassing industrial and commercial building services engineering systems such as:

Ventilation
Heating
Water supply
Waste (effluent discharge) and drainage
Related electrical isolation, disconnection, reconnection and reactivation
Monitoring and managing the operation of plant and equipment through building energy management systems
The work involves completing planned preventive maintenance and remedial repairs to building services systems and equipment.

The Building Services Engineering level 3 Standard is for candidates who want to be able to service and maintain building services systems and equipment in industrial and commercial buildings, working with a high level of autonomy.

The apprentice will also be able to carry out maintenance (planned and reactive), testing, commissioning and de-commissioning of the above system types, with the ability to liaise and communicate with other trades, clients and supervisors during maintenance operations and procedures.

 

Assessment

Highly qualified, industry experienced and professional Tutors and Assessors will assist and teach you through a programme of coursework, which is both technical in the classroom, supported with practical skills in the workshop. They will support you with collecting evidence from the workplace for completing your record of achievement, using offline and online content to help draw out the knowledge, skills, and behaviors to prepare each apprentice for the end point assessment at the completion of this course.

Your learning journey will be tracked and monitored using performance trackers and regular reviews and action plans by both your Assessors and Tutors, with feedback both to yourself and your employer. This will ensure that your apprenticeship journey is both enjoyable and successful. The course will be delivered to you in a professional manner supported by all the college staff.

Mandatory Qualifications

Functional Skills Level 2 in English (unless previously achieved)
Functional Skills Level 2 in mathematics (unless previously achieved)
End Point Assessment

 The end point assessment for this qualification will consist of:

 A knowledge test
Completion of the record of achievement
A practical observation
A professional discussion with an independent assessor from the appropriate end point assessment organisation (EPAO).

Entry Requirements

English and maths at grade C or equivalent
Apprentices must be in suitable employment and have the opportunity to develop all required knowledge, skills, and behaviors 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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Building Services Engineering Service and Maintenance Engineer (Apprenticeship Standards)

Available At

Frontier House

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N/A

Academic Yr

23/24

Fee

£

Name

Building Services Engineering Service and Maintenance Engineer (Apprenticeship Standards)

Available At

Frontier House

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N/A

Academic Yr

24/25

Fee

£

Name

Building Services Engineering Service and Maintenance Engineer (Apprenticeship Standards)

Available At

Frontier House

Start Date

N/A

Academic Yr

21/22

Fee

£

Name

Building Services Engineering Service and Maintenance Engineer (Apprenticeship Standards)

Available At

Frontier House

Start Date

N/A

Academic Yr

22/23

Fee

£

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