The Level 1 City & Guilds 2000, Access to Building Services Engineering course is for anyone over the age of 19 looking to embark on a career in related industries.
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The Level 1 City & Guilds 2000, Access to Building Services Engineering course is for anyone over the age of 19 looking to embark on a career in related industries. Taking seven weeks in total, the City & Guilds 2000 course covers plumbing, refrigeration & air conditioning, electrics and heating & ventilation, acting as a stepping stone onto an apprenticeship programme, or employment working alongside trained installers. The course also covers basic renewable technologies training, which is an increasingly important part of building services engineering.
As part of the Access to Building Services Engineering programme, Logic4training will introduce trainees to businesses which may provide employment and/or an apprenticeship placement at the end of the course.
In order to qualify for the Access to Building Services Engineering training course, applicants need to be:
- 19+ years of age
- Have achieved grades D-G in English and Maths at GCSE (or equivalent)
- Have an interest in becoming an electro-technical, refrigeration & air conditioning, heating & ventilating or plumbing apprentice, or work in this field.
- Have a commitment to learning
- Have attended an induction interview
The Level 1 City & Guilds 2000, Access to Building Services Engineering course costs £2,495.
Funding is currently available for unemployed 19+ candidates in the Luton area. Provided by the Governments Skills Funding Agency, eligible candidates will be able to attend this course for free. If you are over 19, out of work and living in or around Luton you need to apply via your local Job Centre Plus and quote this reference number: LUN/40892. Alternatively, applicants can apply for the Access to Building Services Engineering course through a Work Programme Prime, which match candidates with Government funded training, such as Seetec: https://www.seetec.co.uk/. Quote the same reference number.
The City & Guilds 2000, Access to Building Engineering Services course is for candidates who want to start a career as a plumber, electrician, heating & ventilating or refrigeration & air conditioning engineer. It is an ideal opportunity to gain the required skills and an industry recognised building services engineering qualification which could lead to employment and/or an apprenticeship.
The City & Guilds 2000 qualification is made up of the following eight units:
- Health and Safety
- Environmental Awareness & Scientific Principles – which includes renewable technologies and energy efficiency
- Introduction to Building Services Engineering
- Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
- Electrical Installation
- Heating and Ventilation
Assessments take the form of practical assessments and on-line multiple choice question papers.
Pre-course reading is not necessary. However, some experience of working within the Construction Industry, especially in one or all of the Building Services Engineering areas would be an advantage, but not essential.
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