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LEVEL: 6 - Management
DURATION: 48 months
FUNDING BAND: Maximum £18,000
Building Services Engineering Site Management staff lead the installation of complex environmental systems in construction projects.
The main duties and tasks include ensuring safe systems are in place and all staff adhere to them, translate design information to construction teams, manage productivity on-site so that the project is completed on time and to the specification and quality needed by the client.
It is desirable to achieve this apprenticeship you will need to have completed a Level 4 Construction Technician Standard; EngTech LCIBSE status, HNC in Building Services Engineering or equivalent qualifications and commensurate experience.
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, they can be organised prior to the apprenticeship commencing.
Apprentices will study towards the Building Services Engineering Site Management 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 work-based activities, followed by an endpoint 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 the below assessment methods:
Following the successful completion of this apprenticeship you will gain:
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
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