Maintenance Operations - Intermediate Apprenticeship

Course overview

There are 1,817,049 employees in the construction industry and there is a shortfall of approximately 40,000 skilled employees. Therefore this apprenticeship framework has been designed to help meet the skills priorities of the sector. Typically an individual who is working towards this apprenticeship framework will assume the role of a maintenance operative and will complete the following tasks; working in domestic and commercial premises, repairing or renewing wood products, plumbing, wall and floor tiling, decorating, bricklaying and plastering depending upon the routes selected.

There are 1,817,049 employees in the construction industry and there is a shortfall of approximately 40,000 skilled employees. Therefore this apprenticeship framework has been designed to help meet the skills priorities of the sector. Typically an individual who is working towards this apprenticeship framework will assume the role of a junior painter and will complete the following tasks; working on a construction site/domestic/commercial premises, preparing background surfaces for painting and applying paint by brush and roller, hanging standard wall coverings.

Apprenticeships are a tested way of training either a new or existing team member. An apprenticeship will provide on-the-job training which leads to an employee gaining a nationally recognised qualification which has been developed by the Sector Skills Council. The Apprenticeship framework will include the following elements;

• Building Maintenance Multi-trade Repair and Refurbishment (Construction) -Level 2
Diploma (NVQ)
• Building Maintenance Multi-trade Repair and Refurbishment (Construction) – Level 2
Diploma
• Mathematics – Level 1
• English – Level 1
• Personal Learning & Thinking Skills
• Employment Rights and Responsibilities

Entry requirements

An employee/apprentice must be over 16 years of age with no prior level 4 qualifications or above working a minimum of 30 contracted hours per week in an appropriate occupational role.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed againsts a set of nationally recognised standards which are set by the Awarding Body. The competence based element assessment will be via direct observation and work place supporting evidence. The knowledge based element may be assessed via a test, reflective review or assignment to confirm that you have achieved and understood the level of knowledge required. Whereas Functional Skills will be assessed via on-line tests.

What can I do next

Three months before completing this Apprenticeship framework a review will take place with yourself and your employer to discuss progression opportunties which may lead to a permanent employment contract, further study or indeed both.

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Start Date
Sep 2017

Qualifications / Level
Level 2

Study Type
Part Time

Location
Redditch Campus

Cost
Employer Contribution - Funding and Co-funding available

Course Code
SOL12220