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The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London


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Dual Fuel Smart Meter Installation forms a key part of the Smart Government mandate to reduce carbon emissions and improve energy management. Dual Fuel Smart Meter Installers are responsible for the safe installation, exchange, commission, decommission and ongoing maintenance of Smart metering systems and associated equipment and communication systems. This includes the explanation of how these work and giving up to date energy efficiency advice to the customer. The role is physical in nature, and may involve lifting and moving of equipment, working at heights and working in confined spaces. This occupation entails carrying out a high level of safety critical activities whilst working in customer properties. Therefore there is a rigorous requirement for a disciplined, responsible and professional approach to work that provides customer service excellence at all times.

Average Duration: This apprenticeship will typically take 14 months

Entry Requirements

There are no age restrictions. To start you will need at least Entry Level 3 Maths and English and pass the initial interview with the tutors.

Qualifications

In order to progress to the end-point assessment the apprentice will need to be assessed against and achieve registration on the Gas Safe® Register and Meter Operators Code of Practice Agreement (MOCoPA). This is a legal requirement for the role and a required competency measure.
Apprentices without level 1 English and mathematics will need to achieve this level prior to completion of their apprenticeship.

Link to professional registration

In achieving a pass in this apprenticeship, the successful apprentice will be eligible to apply for membership with the Institution of Gas Engineers & Managers (IGEM) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).

Delivery model

The training on this standard is expected to take place over 12 months followed by the End Point Assessment.
Typically this is delivered in a block release model with new entrants attending college for 4 weeks, then in the workplace shadowing for 4 weeks and then returning for another block.
Typically the competencies will be completed in the first 6 months and apprentices are expected to be able to work in the field as a solo worker, putting into practice everything that has been learnt

End Point Assessment

This is the final assessment to sign off the standard. Apprentices have to submit a portfolio of work, including a work observation record, and a final review and pass a interview with a technical expert.

Knowledge

• Current Health, Safety and Environmental legislation and regulations applicable to work in the gas and power industries
• Gas and electrical testing and assessment procedures needed to establish the condition of the equipment and installation and the actions needed as a result
• Gas and electrical theories and procedures involved in the practical application of installation, exchange, commission, decommission and maintenance of Smart metering systems and associated equipment and communication systems
• Relevant electrical/mechanical principles and how they are applied in work processes and procedures
• Up to date knowledge of energy efficiency principles to be able to provide advice and guidance to the customer
• Knowledge of Smart metering systems to be able to discuss and advise the customer
• Current regulatory compliance, the recognition of different customer needs including vulnerability as defined by Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (OFGEM) and Smart Installation Codes of Practice (SMICoP)company rules, policies and procedures as defined by the employer

Skills

Carry out a thorough and rigorous risk assessment to ensure safety of customer, self and property on arrival,
during install and upon exit
• Take personal responsibility for maintaining safety standards and achieving job objectives
• Use tools, equipment and personal protective equipment in a safe and appropriate manner
• Install, exchange, commission, decommission and ongoing maintenance of Smart metering systems, associated equipment and communication systems in accordance with industry standards
• Work with focus and clear purpose in all conditions and locations, covering business requirements, usually working alone and safely adapt working methods to reflect changes in working environments
• Work on customer premises/property showing appropriate care, respect whilst focusing on safety
• Use a variety of appropriate communication methods to interact with customers and others to give/receive information accurately, in a timely and positive manner in order to deliver the best possible experience to customers. This will include practical advice and the benefits of using the equipment
• Identify where situations or conditions are to unsafe standards and take appropriate actions within your range of competency
• Achieve individual and team tasks which align to overall work objectives, be self-motivated and disciplined in the approach to work tasks
• Prepare and sequence equipment and tasks in the order prescribed in relevant operational standards or according to a specific regulations or set of rules

Behaviours

• Have personal wellbeing and the safety of customers and others as a priority
• Be risk aware showing the desire to reduce risks through systematic monitoring and checking information and the strict compliance with appropriate rules and regulations
• Be energy aware and deliver appropriate advice to customers on energy efficiency
• Work effectively with people from different trades/disciplines, backgrounds and expertise to accomplish an activity safely, on time, providing confident challenge whilst meeting customer requirements
• Deliver a polite, courteous professional service to all customers and members of the public whilst safeguarding customer welfare and recognising vulnerability
• To maintain and develop personal learning plans to continually develop knowledge and competence

Location

This training is delivered entirely on the employer’s premises.

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intermediate plumbing

An Apprenticeship in Plumbing will develop skills and give valuable experience of a variety of routine plumbing related activities. Apprentices will work in a construction environment where their duties could encompass many areas of plumbing such as installing sanitary ware. Exact duties will depend upon employer.

Location

One day a week at our Tottenham Centre or Enfield Centre and the rest of the time working closely with an employer.

Average Duration: The apprenticeship runs for 24 months

Course Information

The Intermediate Plumbing Apprenticeship is made up of a framework which includes:

  • Plumbing and Heating Diploma Level 2
  • ICT Functional Skills Level 2
  • Maths Functional Skills Level 2
  • English Functional Skills Level 2
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities

Progression

Students can progress on to full time employment or Advanced Apprenticeships in Plumbing and Heating and follow pathways such as a gas engineering, renewables.

Assessment

The apprentice is expected to attend college to attain knowledge training, complete exams and complete workshop tasks. In addition to that they will also be trained by the employer and expected to complete an online e-portfolio.

Entry qualifications

Applicants will be assessed and interviewed to demonstrate that they are able to cover the range required by the relevant NVQ at work. In addition, the apprentices are expected to carry out initial assessments in English and Maths where they would be expected to ideally achieve Level 2 in both subject areas. If an apprentice has GCSE then they do not have to do functional skills as a part of the apprenticeship.

How to apply

You can apply through the college application. Once you have applied to the college, you will be invited for an interview at the college and also with the potential employer.

Unit Title

Mandatory Units include:

  • Understand how to communicate with others within the Building services Engineering
  • Understand how to apply environmental protection measures within BSE
  • Understand how to apply scientific principles with the mechanical services engineering
  • Understand and carry out site preparation, and pipework fabrication techniques for domestic plumbing and heating systems.
  • Understand and apply domestic cold water systems installation and maintenance techniques
  • Understand and apply domestic hot water systems installation and maintenance techniques
  • Understand and apply domestic rainwater systems installation and maintenance techniques
  • Understand and apply domestic above ground drainage systems installation and maintenance techniques
  • Apply safe working practices in building services engineering working environment
  • Install and maintain domestic plumbing and heating systems

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intermediate dry lining

This qualification is for you if you wish to work as a Dry-Liner in the construction industry. Dry-Lining is the fitting of plaster board or other board material to finish walls and ceilings in place of the more traditional Plastering. In many cases Dry-Lining can also provide a suitable surface for a fine finish coat of plaster. Many modern domestic and commercial properties will be finished with Dry-Lining instead of Plaster and this qualification will provide you with the skills needed to work as a Dry-Liner in the industry. This qualification is suitable for you if you are 16 years old and over.

Location

One day a week at our Tottenham Centre and the rest of the time working closely with an employer.

Average Duration: The apprenticeship runs for 18 - 24 months

Course Information

The Intermediate Dry Lining Apprenticeship is made up of a framework which includes:

  • Dry Lining Diploma (6713) Level 2 City & Guilds
  • Interior systems (6567) City & Guilds NVQDiploma Level 2
  • Maths Functional Skills Level 1
  • English Functional Skills Level 1
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities

Progression

This qualification could lead to a job as a Dry-Liner working for a house-building company, a property development company, or work as part of a small business repairing and refurbishing buildings.

Assessment

The apprentice is expected to attend college to attain knowledge training and complete online exams and complete workshop tasks. In addition to that they will also be trained by the employer and expected to complete online e-portfolio.

How to apply

You can apply through the college application. Once you have applied to the college, you will be invited for an interview at the college and also with the potential employer.

Entry qualifications

Applicants will be assessed and interviewed where they will need to demonstrate that they will cover the range required by the relevant NVQ at work in addition to that the apprentices are expected to carry out initial assessments in English and Math’s where they would be expected to ideally be working towards level 1 in both the subject areas. If you already possess a GCSE A-D for Maths and English language or a L1 in Numeracy and Literacy then you will be exempt for studying Maths and English functional skills during your apprenticeship.

Unit Titles

  • Install suspended ceiling systems
  • Install partitions
  • Install wall linings and encasement systems
  • Fix sheet materials using direct bond method
  • Apply taping and jointing systems to plasterboard
  • Understand specialist systems for dry lining and interiors
  • Apply finishing plaster to plasterboard
  • Apply and finish sprayed plasters to plasterboard.

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intermediate carpentry

Construction is one of the broadest Apprenticeships available, covering a range of occupations from Carpentry and Joinery and plant maintenance to civil engineering, building anything from a housing estate to a bridge. Carpenters and Joiners are required to build and install a wide range of wood products. Many carpenters train in one area and use their skills to develop into the more specialised areas later.

Location

One day a week at our Tottenham Centre or Enfield Centre and the rest of the time working closely with an employer.

Average Duration: The apprenticeship runs for 24 months

Course Information

The Intermediate Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship is made up of a framework which includes:

  • Wood Occupation NVQ Diploma Level 2
  • Site Carpentry Diploma Level 2
  • Maths Functional Skills Level 1
  • English Functional Skills Level 1
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities

Progression

Students can progress on to full time employment or Advanced Apprenticeships in carpentry and joinery.

Assessment

The apprentice is expected to attend college to attain knowledge training, complete exams and complete workshop tasks. In addition to that they will also be trained by the employer and expected to complete an online e-portfolio.

Entry qualifications

Applicants will be assessed and interviewed to demonstrate that they are able to cover the range required by the relevant NVQ at work. In addition, the apprentices are expected to carry out initial assessments in English and Maths where they would be expected to ideally achieve Level 2 in both subject areas. If an apprentice has GCSE grade C and above in English and Maths then they do not have to do functional skills as a part of the apprenticeship.

How to apply

You can apply through the college application. Once you have applied to the college, you will be invited for an interview at the college and also with the potential employer.

Unit Title

Mandatory Units:

  • Conforming to General Health, Safety and Welfare in the Workplace
  • Conforming to Productive Working Practices in the Workplace
  • Moving, Handling and Storing Resources in the Workplace

Sample Optional Units:

Pathway 1 – Site Carpentry:

  • Installing First Fixing Components in the Workplace
  • Installing Second Fixing Components in the Workplace
  • Setting Up and Using Transportable Cutting and Shaping Machines in the Workplace

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intermediate maintenance

An Apprenticeship in Maintenance Operations will be working in domestic and commercial premises, to given specifications, repairing or renewing wood products, plumbing, wall and floor tiling, decorating, bricklaying and plastering, depending upon the routes taken in the qualification. The apprentice will develop skills and gain valuable experience for a variety of routine plumbing related activities. Learners will work in a construction environment where their duties could encompass many areas of plumbing, such as installing sanitary ware.

Average Duration: The apprenticeship runs for 24 months

Course Information

The Intermediate Maintenance Operations Apprenticeship is made up of a framework which includes:

  • Maintenance Operations Diploma Level 2
  • Maintenance Multi-trade Repair and Refurbishment Diploma NVQ Level 2
  • Maths Functional Skills Level 1
  • English Functional Skills Level 1
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities

Progression

Learners may progress on to Advanced Apprenticeships in specific industry related trade/crafts

Assessment

The apprentice is expected to attend college to attain knowledge, training and complete online exams. In addition, they will also be trained by the employer, which is then assessed by college assessors and put together in an online portfolio.

Entry qualifications

Applicants will be assessed and interviewed to demonstrate that they are able to cover the range required by the relevant NVQ at work. In addition, the apprentices are expected to carry out initial assessments in English and Maths where they would be expected to ideally achieve Level 1 in both subject areas. If an apprentice has GCSE then they do not have to do functional skills as a part of the apprenticeship.

How to apply

You can apply through the college application. Once you have applied to the college, you will be invited for an interview at the college and also with the potential employer.

Unit Title

Mandatory Units on the Diploma - knowledge

  • Health, safety and welfare in construction
  • Principles of building construction, information and communication
  • Carry out small-scale building repairs
  • Carry out small-scale painting and decorating repairs
  • Carry out small-scale plastering repairs
  • Carry out small-scale plumbing repairs
  • Carry out carpentry repairs

Mandatory Units on NVQ - Competency

  • Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the workplace
  • Conforming to productive working practices in the workplace
  • Confirming work activities and resources for an occupational work area in the workplace
  • Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace

In addition to this you can choose units from pathways which Include

  • Carpentry and joinery
  • Painting and decorating
  • Plumbing
  • External drainage
  • Tiling
  • Plastering
  • Roofing
  • Trowel operations

Location

One day a week at our Tottenham Centre or Enfield Centre and the rest of the time working closely with an employer.

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intermediate brickwork

An Apprenticeship in Bricklaying will develop skills and give valuable experience of a variety of routine brickwork related activities. Learners will work in a construction environment where your duties could encompass many areas of brickwork such as cavity walls, arches, piers, concreting and setting out solid walls. Exact duties will depend upon employer.

Location

One day a week at our Tottenham Centre or Enfield Centre and the rest of the time working closely with an employer.

Average Duration: The apprenticeship runs for 24 months

Course Information

The Intermediate Brickwork Apprenticeship is made up of a framework which includes:

• Trowel Occupations NVQ Diploma Level 2
• Bricklaying Diploma Level 2
• ICT Functional Skills Level 1
• Maths Functional Skills Level 1
• English Functional Skills Level 1
• Employment Rights and Responsibilities

Progression

Students can progress on to full time employment or Advanced Apprenticeships in Trowel Trades.

Assessment

The apprentice is expected to attend college to attain knowledge training and complete exams and complete workshop tasks. In addition to that they will also be trained by the employer and expected to complete an online e-portfolio.

Entry qualifications

Applicants will be assessed and interviewed to demonstrate that they are able to cover the range required by the relevant NVQ at work. In addition, the apprentices are expected to carry out initial assessments in English and Maths where they would be expected to ideally achieve Level 2 in both subject areas. If an apprentice has GCSE grade C and above in English and Maths then they do not have to do functional skills as a part of the apprenticeship.

How to apply

You can apply through the college application. Once you have applied to the college, you will be invited for an interview at the college and also with the potential employer.

Unit Title

Mandatory Units:

  • Conforming to General Health, Safety and Welfare in the Workplace
  • Conforming to Productive Working Practices in the Workplace
  • Moving, Handling and Storing Resources in the Workplace
  • Erecting Masonry Structures in the Workplace
  • Setting Out Masonry Structures in the Workplace

Optional Units:

  • Laying domestic drainage in the workplace
  • Erecting thin joint masonry structures in the workplace
  • Placing and Finishing Non-specialist Concrete in the Workplace
  • Plastering and rendering surfaces in the workplace
  • Repairing and maintaining masonry structures in the workplace

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higher construction

You will have the opportunity to apply critical reasoning and analysis techniques to solve construction problems using industry standards and develop personal and business skills, enabling you to contribute to the demands of a professional environment.

Average Duration: The apprenticeship runs for 18 months

Course Information

Construction and the Built Environment Higher Apprenticeship is made up of a framework which includes:

  • Construction and the Built environment NVQ Diploma Level 4
  • Construction and the Built environment Diploma Level 4

Progression

Students can progress on to roles such as Construction Site Manager, Commercial Manager, Quantity Surveyor and also complete higher qualifications such as HND/Degree in Construction Management.

Assessment

BTEC: Requires approximately 40 tutor-led workshop days over the duration of the program(can be delivered on site if the employer has space). However there is a requirement for self-directed learning throughout the program and assessment is via reports and assignments.

NVQ: Each learner will be allocated an assessor who will meet them in the workplace to support development of required knowledge evidence, collection of product evidence and carry out observation of real work activities. All learners will also be required to carry out a work related research project over a 12 month period.

Entry qualifications

Applicants will be assessed and interviewed to demonstrate that they are able to cover the range required by the relevant NVQ at work. In addition, the apprentices are expected to carry out initial assessments in English and Maths where they would be expected to ideally achieve Level 2 in both subject areas. If an apprentice has GCSE Grade C and above in these subjects then they do not have to do functional skills as a part of the apprenticeship.

Unit Title

Mandatory Units include:

BTEC (Theory):

  • Design principles and application
  • Science and materials
  • Health, safety and welfare
  • Group Project
  • Co-ordinating and Organising the Control of Work
  • Controlling Work Progress Against Agreed Programmes
  • Allocating and Monitoring the Use of Plant, Equipment or Machinery
  • NVQ (Competency in the Workplace):
  • Maintaining Systems for Health, Safety, Welfare and Environmental Protection
  • Assessing and Recommending Work Methods for Carrying Out Site Operations
  • Planning Activities and Resources to Meet Work Requirements
  • Co-ordinating and Organising the Control of Work
  • Controlling Work Progress Against Agreed Programmes
  • Allocating and Monitoring the Use of Plant, Equipment or Machinery

Optional units include:

BTEC (Theory)

  • IT applications in the construction environment
  • Measuring, tendering and estimating
  • APPLIED Maths
  • Project management
  • Management principles
  • Production Management for construction
  • Measuring, Tendering and estimating for construction
  • Personal and professional development
  • Research project
  • Contractual procedures and procurement
  • Law and contract for construction

NVQ (Competency)

  • Developing and Maintaining Good Occupational Working Relationships
  • Maintaining Supplies of Materials to Meet Project Requirements
  • Implementing Communication Systems for Construction Projects
  • Maintaining the Dimensional Accuracy of Work
  • Controlling Work Against Agreed Standards
  • Contributing to the Control of Work Quantities and Costs
  • Co-ordinating Preparation Work for Site or Lifting Operations
  • Allocating Work and Checking People’s Performance

Location

One day a week at our Tottenham Centre or Enfield Centre and the rest of the time working closely with an employer.

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advanced carpentry

Apprentices could be working on a construction site or in domestic and commercial premises, to given specifications, carrying out first and second fixing, erecting complex structural carcassing components (trussed rafter roofs, traditional cut roofs). They could be working in a joiner’s shop using drawings to produce complex wood products to given specifications, such as doors, frames, linings, staircases and hand rails. They could also be working in a joiner’s shop producing complex shop fitting components to given specifications, such as doors, frames, shop front sashes, panelling, cladding, wall and floor units. Fitting on site complex components from the joiner’s shop. They might be working in a wheelwright’s workshop independently producing complex wood and metal products to given specifications. These products include wheels, framed, panelled or curved components or structures made to a high specification using traditional or original patterns or drawings.

Location

One day a week at our Tottenham Centre or Enfield Centre and the rest of the time working closely with an employer.

Average Duration: The apprenticeship runs for 24 months

Course Information

The Advanced Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship is made up of a framework which includes:

  • Wood Occupation NVQ Diploma Level 3
  • Bench Joinery Diploma Level 3
  • Maths Functional Skills Level 2
  • English Functional Skills Level 2
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities

Progression

Students can progress on to full time employment or management/project management apprenticeships. In addition to that they could look to move in other sectors such as civil engineering.

Assessment

The apprentice is expected to attend college to attain knowledge training and complete exams and complete workshop tasks. In addition to that they will also be trained by the employer and expected to complete online e-portfolio.

Entry qualifications

Applicants will be assessed and interviewed to demonstrate that they are able to cover the range required by the relevant NVQ at work. In addition, the apprentices are expected to carry out initial assessments in English and Maths where they would be expected to ideally achieve Level 2 in both subject areas. If an apprentice has GCSE grade C and above in English and Maths then they do not have to do functional skills as a part of the apprenticeship.

How to apply

You can apply through the college application. Once you have applied to the college, you will be invited for an interview at the college and also with the potential employer.

Unit Title

Mandatory Units:

  • Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the workplace
  • Conforming to productive working practices in the workplace
  • Moving, handling and storing resources in the workplace

Sample Optional Units:

Pathway 1 – Site Carpentry:

  • Installing first fixing components in the workplace
  • Installing second fixing components in the workplace
  • Setting up and using transportable cutting and shaping machines in the workplace.

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intermediate painting

An Apprenticeship in Painting and Decorating will develop skills and give valuable experience of a variety of routine decorating related activities. Learners will work in a construction environment where your duties could encompass many areas of Painting and Decorating such as painting internal and external areas using a variety of wall covering products, including wall-coverings. Exact duties will depend upon employer.

Location

One day a week at our Tottenham Centre or Enfield Centre and the rest of the time working closely with an employer.

Average Duration: The apprenticeship runs for 24 months

Course Information

The Intermediate Painting and Decorating Apprenticeship is made up of a framework which includes:

  • Trowel Occupations NVQ Diploma Level 2
  • Painting and Decorating Diploma Level 2
  • Maths Functional Skills Level 1
  • English Functional Skills Level 1
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities

Progression

Students can progress on to full time employment or Advanced Apprenticeships in construction.

Assessment

The apprentice is expected to attend college to attain knowledge training, complete exams and complete workshop tasks. In addition to that they will also be trained by the employer and expected to complete an online e-portfolio.

Entry qualifications

Applicants will be assessed and interviewed to demonstrate that they are able to cover the range required by the relevant NVQ at work. In addition, the apprentices are expected to carry out initial assessments in English and Maths where they would be expected to ideally achieve Level 2 in both subject areas. If an apprentice has GCSE grade C and above in English and Maths then they do not have to do functional skills as a part of the apprenticeship.

How to apply

You can apply through the college application. Once you have applied to the college, you will be invited for an interview at the college and also with the potential employer.

Unit Title

Mandatory Units:

  • Conforming to General Health, Safety and Welfare in the Workplace
  • Conforming to Productive Working Practices in the Workplace
  • Moving, Handling and Storing Resources in the Workplace
  • Erecting and Dismantling Access/Working Platforms in the Workplace
  • Preparing Surfaces for Painting/Decorating in the Workplace
  • Applying Paint Systems by Brush and Roller in the Workplace

Sample Optional Units:

  • Applying wall coverings to a range of wall surfaces
  • Applying decorative finishes to a range of surfaces

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The advanced apprentice completes and oversees work to install, service, maintain and commission domestic hot water, cold water, central heating and sanitation systems using Oil-Fired, Solid Fuel or Renewable Energy. They could complete, oversee and organise work to install, service, maintain and commission domestic plumbing and heating systems, components and gas-fired warm air appliances. Thirdly, they could also complete, oversee and organise work to install, service, maintain and commission domestic plumbing and heating systems, components and gas-fired water and central heating appliances.

Location

One day a week at our Tottenham Centre or Enfield Centre and the rest of the time working closely with an employer.

Average Duration: The apprenticeship runs for 24 months

Course Information

The Advanced Plumbing Apprenticeship is made up of a framework which includes:

  • Plumbing and Heating Diploma Level 3
  • Maths Functional Skills Level 2
  • English Functional Skills Level 2
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities

Progression

Students can progress on to full time employment as a gas engineer or in commercial plumbing and heating etc.

Assessment

The apprentice is expected to attend college to attain knowledge training, complete exams and complete workshop tasks. They will also be trained by the employer and expected to complete an online e-portfolio.

Entry qualifications

Applicants will be assessed and interviewed to demonstrate that they are able to cover the range required by the relevant NVQ at work. In addition, the apprentices are expected to carry out initial assessments in English and Maths where they would be expected to ideally achieve Level 2 in both subject areas. If an apprentice has GCSE Grade C and above in these subjects then they do not have to do functional skills as a part of the apprenticeship.

How to apply

You can apply through the college application. Once you have applied to the college, you will be invited for an interview at the college and also with the potential employer.

Unit Title

Mandatory Units include

  • Understand how to organise resources in building services engineering There are three pathways that the apprentice can pursue:
  • Domestic Plumbing and Heating (Oil-Fired, Solid Fuel or Environmental)
  • Domestic Plumbing and Heating (Gas-Fired Warm Air Appliances)
  • Domestic Plumbing and Heating (Gas-Fired Water and Central Heating Appliances)

Sample examples of competency units:

  • Understand how to organise resources in building services engineering
  • Specific core installation and maintenance
  • Understand core gas safety principles for natural
  • Understand and carry out electrical work on domestic plumbing and heating systems and components
  • Install, commission, service and maintain domestic plumbing and heating systems
  • Tightness test, purge, commission and de-commission gas pipework up to 35mm 1¼ diameter in small natural gas installations
  • Install, commission and de-commission gas pipework up to 35mm 1¼ diameter in domestic and small commercial premises
  • Maintain gas water heating and wet central heating appliances
  • Install domestic gas water heaters and wet central heating appliances
  • Understand and apply domestic sanitation system installation, commissioning, service and maintenance
  • Understand and apply domestic cold water system installation, commissioning, service and maintenance techniques
  • Understand and apply domestic hot water system installation, commissioning, service and maintenance techniques
  • Understand and apply domestic central heating system installation, commissioning, service and maintenance techniques.

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