LEVEL 3 HEATING & VENTILATION BSE Craftsperson APPRENTICESHIPS
HEATING AND VENTILATING - INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL Craftsperson (C&G 6288) LEVEL 3 Standard
Heating and Ventilating - Industrial and Commercial Installation Craftsperson (C&G 6288 BSE Craftsperson) is a two year course with attendance at college for 1 day per week for 35 weeks per year known as day release. Some Blocks are be required due to the learning hours involved and will be needed for the Electrical unit.
This qualification covers all the essential knowledge and skills needed for a successful career in as a fully qualified domestic Heating and Ventilating - Industrial and Commercial Installation. If you have a level 2 certificate then you will automatically be enrolled. This is taught in Northampton, which is located with strong transport links with Birmingham, Leicester, Milton Keynes, Oxford, Peterborough, Coventry, Corby, Wellingborough, Kettering, Rushden and Daventry.
Maintaining a safe working environment, as well as effective plumbing working relationships
Servicing and maintaining complex domestic plumbing systems and components
Commissioning and decommissioning complex systems
Complex cold water systems
Complex Hot water systems
Chilled Water Systems
Fuel supply systems
You will collect evidence from work and produce a portfolio to prove those skills on site. This wil then help prepare you for the End Point Assessment.
PLEASE NOTE - EAS Mechanical will no longer be providing practical Welding training from July 2019. The new Craftsperson only requires an understanding.
Functional Skills may be required for some candidates if thier GCSE exams are now more than 5 years old or they did not attempt the level 2 programme.
The Functional Skills required for this Standard are:
The Functional Skills are completed by a portfolio of evidence and an exam (depending on your GCSE grades). If you completed the Level 2 programme you may not need to complete these at Level 3.
The programme is college based and you will be required to attend theory lessons whichare imbedded in to normal theory sessions along with a Block sessions.
FUNDING / COSTS
APPRENTICESHIP Funding and Costs
It is expected that most employers will want to support Apprentices after completion of their Level 2 programme, therefore if the Apprentice is still 18 years old then it will be funded for free.
Apprentices aged 19 + the current rules state the employer must contribute 5% of the funding over the two year programme as shown on the factsheet.
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