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Duration: 24 months
MAX Funding FOR LEVY PAYERS: £12,000*
MAX CO-INVESTMENT FOR NON LEVY PAYERS: £600*
END POINT ASSESSMENT COST: £2,160
career pathway: Craftsperson
*Dependent on the quoted price not exceeding the maximum funding band, any monies above that are due directly from the employer.
Registration fee £500 per apprentice
Any registrations made within 6 months of expected EPA date will be charged rate of 50% of overall EPA cost
Where relevant resit costs will be applied as outlined below -:
Theory resits - £150 each
Practical resits - £900 each
Professional discussion resits - £350 each
Installers, install components of large-scale industrial and commercial systems such as heating, chilled water, hot and cold water which are used for heating industrial and commercial buildings such as 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.
It is desirable to achieve this apprenticeship you will need English and Maths at level 2 or GCSE Grade C, and Information Communication Technology at Level 1 or GCSE Grade D. If you do not have these we can organise delivery prior to the apprenticeship commencing.
Apprentices will study towards the Building Services Engineering Installer qualification, which includes the following knowledge, skills and behaviours (KSBs):
These will be demonstrated through knowledge tests, practical assignments and submission of a Record of Achievement, followed by an End Point Assessment.
The employer, advised by the training provider, will decide when the apprentice has demonstrated the necessary knowledge, skills and behaviours during the on-programme learning and confirm they are ready to access the End Point Assessment.
The apprentice will also need to have achieved:
The End Point Assessment tests the expertise built up over the period of the apprenticeship. It includes:
Synoptic knowledge assessment, delivered as an onscreen multiple choice examination
Administered in an examination venue which is recognised by the Independent Assessment Organisation
Designed, maintained and marked by Independent Assessment Organisation
INSTALLER SKILLS TEST
Timed synoptic practical assessment
Administered in an examination venue which is recognised by the Independent Awarding Organisation
Marked and scored by Independent Assessor on behalf of Independent Assessment Organisation
A Record of Achievement will be made available to the interviewer prior to the Professional Discussion taking place
Professional Discussion is conducted by an Independent Assessor on behalf of the Assessment Organisation
The Independent Assessor will formulate questions around the evidence provided in the Record of Achievement and the relevant sections of the standard identified in Annex A, using the Independent Assessment Organisation brief
The Independent Assessor will provide a report on the Professional Discussion and grading outcomes to the Independent Assessment Organisation, who will issue the result to the apprentice, their employer and training provider
|ASSESSMENT||KNOWLEDGE TEST||INSTALLER SKILLS TEST|
|ASSESSMENT METHOD||Onscreen multiple choice test||Observation of Practical Task|
|AREA ASSESSED||Underpinning and applied knowledge||Performance – application of skills, behaviours & knowledge|
|ASSESSED BY||Independent Assessment
|Independent Assessor on behalf of Independent Assessment Organisation|
|GRADING||Pass/ Merit/ Distinction/ Fail||Pass/ Merit/ Distinction/ Fail|
|WEIGHTING TO APPRENTICESHIP GRADE||33%||67%|
Congratulations on completing your apprenticeship.
You will have achieved either a:
As a qualified Building Services Engineering Installer you will be able to pursue your career in the Building Services industry.
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