Building Services Engineering Service and Maintenance Engineer Apprenticeship - Advanced (Level 3)

Spie Limited (Employer)

jtl (Training Provider)

Annual wage £10,004.80
40.0 hours per week Shift patterns will be arranged with the employer.
48 months (duration)
31 August 2022(start date)
8 July 2022 (application closing date)
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Job Description

Would you like to undertake the installation, testing, commissioning, and decommissioning of large-scale engineering systems which are used for heating in industrial and commercial buildings like office blocks, factories, schools, and hospitals? This JTL delivered apprenticeship will teach you to become a competent heating and ventilation engineer.

Responsibilities

What will the apprentice be doing?

GCSE Grade C or above for Maths, English & Science is essential.
Full UK driving licence is required but not essential.

  • Appreciation and Adherence to set engineering standards in accordance with Health and Safety at Work Act (HASAWA)
  • Appreciation of Quality Assurance procedures, and work
    to adhere to in all respects and to maintain accurate records/documentation associated the electrical aspects of the PPM and plant
  • To respond in a prompt and effective manner to all Building
    Services related reactive maintenance issues, and help desk requests
  • Have an understanding of person skills limitations, both from an ability point of view and a compliance perspective
  • To understand requirements for visiting specialist sub-contractors associated with the MEPH services and associated PPM schedules
  • To work along side specialist sub contractors so as to gain knowledge of MEPH services and operation
  • To respond to call outs and cover breakdowns and emergencies associated with all MEPH services within limitations of ability and compliance as required
  • Understand the priority and have knowledge of good fault finding diagnosis associated with all MEPH services on all PPM or reactive maintenance of the site
  • Understand the complexity of all mechanical, controls, and electrical infrastructure services and other heating and ventilating building services
  • Assist other trades as necessary
  • To attend team/site meetings as required
  • To provide reports when requested in relation to work and equipment as required
  • To undertake miscellaneous duties as requested by the Line Manager
  • To proactively work towards and meet the performance objectives of the service delivery
  • To be prepared to work across several sites and with other trade disciplines

What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?

  • As part of the JTL Building Services Engineering Craftsperson apprenticeship, you'll be in full time employment with a local company receiving a decent wage from day one
  • You'll spend time learning your trade by gaining hands-on experience working on-site with your employer, as well as attending a JTL approved college or training centre to learn the theoretical knowledge
  • You will be working towards a level 3 apprenticeship. City & Guilds Level 3 Heating and Ventilating Craftsperson Qualification (Industrial and Commercial) functional skills may be required to be undertaken at the following levels if no equivalent qualifications are held at time of starting the apprenticeship: Level 2 English, Level 2 Maths and Level 1 IT
  • Once successfully completed the training JTL and your employer will decide when you are ready to take the End Point Assessment (EPA)

What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?

  • To comply with structured training regime to a excellent standard, with the end goal to have the ability to carry out Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM), Reactive Maintenance and extra works/emergencies in accordance with the
    contract requirements on all Mechanical / Electrical & Public Health (MEPH) Services
  • To gain levels 2 or 3 NVQ in either Electrical, Mechanical, Heating
    and Ventilation or Industrial Services Occupations (Construction) Passive Fire Protection qualification
  • To be capable of taking on a full time engineering position and adding technical value on completion of apprenticeship





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Reality Check

To comply with structured training regime to a excellent standard, with the end goal to have the ability to carry out Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM), Reactive Maintenance and extra works/emergencies in accordance with the contract requirements on all Mechanical / Electrical and Public Health (MEPH) Services To gain levels 2 or 3 NVQ in either Electrical, Mechanical, Heating and Ventilation or Industrial Services Occupations (Construction) Passive Fire Protection qualification. To be capable of taking on a full time engineering position and adding technical value on completion of apprenticeship.

Skills Required

Communication skills, IT skills, Attention to detail, Organisation skills, Customer care skills, Problem solving skills, Presentation skills, Administrative skills, Number skills, Analytical skills, Logical, Team working, Creative, Initiative, Non judgemental, Patience, Physical fitness

Qualifications Required

GCSE or equivalent English (Grade A-C or 1-9) Essential
GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade A-C or 1-9) Essential
GCSE or equivalent Science (Grade A-C or 1-9) Essential
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