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LEVEL: 3 - Technician
DURATION: 48 months
FUNDING BAND: £21,000
CAREER PATHWAY: Supervisor, Project Manager
Plumbing and Domestic Heating Technicians plan, select, install, service, commission and maintain all aspects of plumbing and heating systems.
Plumbing and Domestic Heating Technicians can find themselves working inside or outside a property. Customer service skills and being tidy and respectful are important qualities, as they can often find themselves working in customers’ homes as well as on building sites.
It is desirable to achieve this apprenticeship you will need English and Maths at level 2 or GCSE Grade 4-9 (C or above) or an equivalent qualification.
Apprentices will study towards the Plumbing and Domestic Heating Technician qualification, which includes the following knowledge, skills and behaviours (KSBs):
In addition to the core skills and knowledge requirements, Plumbing and Domestic Heating Technicians must choose to undertake
one of the following specialisms:
Option 1 - Fossil Fuel – Natural Gas
Option 2 - Fossil Fuel - Oil
Option 3 - Fossil Fuel – Solid Fuel
Option 4 - Environmental Technologies
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:
You will have achieved either a:
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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