Building Services Engineering Service and Maintenance Engineer

Building Services Engineering Service and Maintenance Engineer

LEVEL: 3

DURATION: 48 months

max FUNDING for levy payers: £18,000*

MAX co-investment FOR non-LEVY PAYERS: £900*

endpoint assessment cost: £3,240

 *Dependent on the quoted price not exceeding the maximum funding band, any monies above that are due directly from the employer.

 

INSTITUTE FOR APPRENTICESHIPS ST0061 

ADDITIONAL COSTS THAT MAY APPLY TO THE EPA

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

 

JOB ROLE/DESCRIPTION

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 ventilating, heating, water supply, waste and drainage. 

This includes related electrical isolation, disconnection, reconnection and reactivation. They also complete planned preventative maintenance and undertake any required remedial repairs. 

 

EPA ENTRY REQUIREMENTs

It is desirable, to achieve this apprenticeship you will need English and Maths at level 2 or GCSE Grade 4-9 (C or above),  If you do not have these, delivery can be organised prior to the apprenticeship commencing.   

 

WHAT WILL THE PROGRAMME ENTAIL?

Apprentices will study towards the Building Services Engineering Service and Maintenance Engineer qualification, which includes the following knowledge, skills and behaviours (KSBs): 

Knowledge 

  • Working Safely 
  • Working Sustainably 
  • Planning and Preparing 
  • Undertaking Planned and Reactive Maintenance 

Skills 

  • Working Safely 
  • Planning, Preparing and Working Sustainably 
  • Undertaking and Finishing Planned and Reactive Maintenance 

Behaviours 

  • Communicating Effectively 
  • Working Effectively and Efficiently 
  • Taking Responsibility 
  • Managing Tasks 
  • Working with Others 
  • Continuing Personal Development 
  • Working Ethically 

These will be demonstrated through knowledge tests, practical assignments and submission of a Record of Achievement, followed by an End Point Assessment.   

 

WHEN WILL THE ASSESSMENTS TAKE PLACE?

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: 

  • English & Maths at level 2 or GCSE Grade 4-9 (C or above)  

 

WHAT IS THE ASSESSMENT?

The End Point Assessment tests the expertise built up over the period of the apprenticeship. It includes: 

KNOWLEDGE TEST - Synoptic knowledge assessment, delivered as an on-demand multiple-choice examination.  

SKILLS OBSERVATION TEST - Timed synoptic practical observation and test of the apprentice in the workplace or a suitable venue where simulation can take place.  

PROFESSIONAL DISCUSSION The apprentices' Record of Achievement will be made available to the interviewer prior to the Professional Discussion taking place.  

 

SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION

Upon successful completion of your apprenticeship, you will achieve either a:    

   

Pass    
Distinction 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON APPRENTICESHIPS OR ADVICE ON HOW TO FIND A TRAINING PROVIDER, PLEASE CONTACT THE BESA ACADEMY SKILLS ADVISORY SERVICE ON THE DETAILS BELOW:

PHONE: 0800 917 8419 - OPTION 3

EMAIL: IAG@THEBESA.COM