Course

Building Services Engineering - Installer Apprenticeship


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Course overview

Installers, install components of large-scale industrial and commercial systems such as heating, chilled water, hot water and cold water which are used for heating workplaces such as those found in industrial and commercial buildings like office blocks, factories, schools and hospitals. This level 2 Installer qualification helps to develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours apprentices need to install components of large-scale industrial and commercial systems under close but not constant supervision.

Course Facts


Course Length

Entry Requirements

How much does it cost?

Qualification

Course Length


2 Years

Entry Requirements


You will need to achieve Level 2 Functional Skills in English and maths (unless equivalent GCSE’s are already held) English L2 – GCSE C/4 Maths L2 – GCSE C/4

You will also need  to achieve ICT 1.

Apprentices will need to have achieved these before they take the end point assessment, they are not a requirement to gain entry to the course.

How much does it cost?


Full Training cost – £12,000

Cost to employer: 16- 18year olds £0, 19+ up to 5% of the full cost £600 over 4 years but this is assessed on an individual basis.  Apprentice wage – JTL recommends following the JIB pay rates.

Cost to learner: N/A

Qualification


Level 2 Heating and Ventilating Installer Qualification (Industrial and Commercial).

Awarding Body – City & Guilds

Module information

Course Details

Apprentices will complete the City & Guilds level 2 Heating and Ventilating Installer qualification to develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours they need to install components of large-scale industrial and commercial systems under close but not constant supervision.

Years 1-2
  • Understand health and safety requirements within the building services engineering industry.
  • Understand how scientific principles are applied in heating and ventilation systems.
  • Communicate with others within building services engineering.
  • Understand industrial and commercial hot water systems installations.
  • Understand industrial and commercial cold water systems installations.
  • Understand industrial and commercial hot water heating systems installations.
  • Understand industrial and commercial chilled water systems installations.
  • Preparation and fabrication of heating and ventilation pipework systems.
  • Understanding testing, charging and decommissioning of heating and ventilation pipework systems.

Delivery & Assessment

  • 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 Installer
  • The EPA consists of a knowledge test and an installer skills test
  • Grades of pass, merit and distinction are available
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Why choose JTL

  • Learners to receive Free Starter toolkits in your first year
  • Free study books
  • Dedicated training officer
  • Free recruitment service
  • Full equipped workshops at our dedicated training centres
  • Dedicated support/EIC/JIB registered electrician skills development fund
  • JIB PMES apprentice card / ECS card
  • Help accessing funds
  • Free recruitment process for employers
  • Ofsted Grade 2 GOOD Provider
  • Regional national awards
  • CSCS card
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Equality & Diversity

JTL is committed to equality and diversity for all. We want to establish a culture of equality and diversity so that all applicants, apprentices, employers, sub-contractors and staff have the opportunity to work in and towards an environment that is non-discriminatory.

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Career Progression

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Amy Lister

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“Amy’s progression was undeniable; she was getting to the point where she was acquiring an amount of knowledge close to my own. When her apprenticeship with JTL finally finished, I immediately offered her a place as a full-time employee.”

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Diljeet Rai

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"Being able to get hands-on experience, develop my problem-solving skills, and gain an income whilst knowing I would be having a direct, positive impact on patient care and their quality of life was unbeatable.”

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Enerveo Academy

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"During our first 3 weeks of learning we have covered safeguarding, health and safety, budgeting and many other key skills. I believe learning these skills has been very beneficial to me and the other apprentices and will continue to be beneficial during and after our apprenticeship. I'm looking forward to the successful completion of my apprenticeship, gaining my Level 3 NVQ and getting involved with the projects here at Enerveo." Dean Taylor

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How to apply


1

Complete online application form

2

Pass our JTL initial assessment

3

Take an electrical colour blind test

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