Building Services Engineering makes buildings work. 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 (effluent discharge), and drainage. This includes related electrical isolation, disconnection, reconnection, and reactivation. They also complete planned preventative maintenance and undertake any required remedial repairs. In addition, they monitor and manage the operation of plant and equipment through building and energy management systems.
Apprentices will develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours they need to plan and complete a range of maintenance work such as ventilating, heating, water supply, waste (effluent discharge) and drainage.
Delivered via day release over an academic calendar year, some regions may offer block release, you would need to check with your JTL Training Officer.
The End Point Assessment (EPA) is expected to take place in the final 3 months of the apprenticeship. Apprentices must pass this to complete their apprenticeship and become a fully qualified Service and Maintenance Engineer.
The EPA consists of a knowledge test, a written scenario-based project, a practical observation and a professional discussion based on the Apprentice’s record of achievement. Grades of pass, merit and distinction are available.
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Potential Earnings: As a fully qualified plumber you can go on to earn over £32k per year* (Office of National Statistics)