Plumbing and Heating Apprenticeships in Oxfordshire
NVQ Level 2 course in Plumbing and Heating available starting in September 2018
As a Level 2 Plumbing Apprentice, you’ll learn about the installation and maintenance of plumbing systems and components. You will be working under minimal supervision to complete the installation and maintenance of domestic hot water, cold water, sanitation, drainage, rainwater systems, central heating systems and components.
NVQ Level 3 Course starting in Spring 2018.
On the Advanced Level Apprenticeship (Level 3), your skill base will broaden and you’ll be able to enter the profession at a higher level. For example you will able to complete and oversee work to install, service, maintain and commission:
domestic hot water, cold water, central heating and sanitation systems,
domestic plumbing and heating systems, components and gas-fired warm air appliances,
domestic plumbing and heating systems, components and gas-fired water and central heating appliances
The plumbing industry is a key part of the UK’s construction industry. It’s a highly competitive field that employs skilled craftspeople and technicians who work with a wide range of materials and technologies. Plumbers must be familiar with everything from basic plumbing skills to domestic boilers and advanced plumbing techniques to computerised control systems.
From installing sanitation systems and servicing boilers to laying underground drainage pipes, plumbers work for the construction industry as well as for commercial and domestic clients. In recent years, the industry has also been involved with developing environmentally-sound technologies like solar water heating and Heat Pumps.
Please find below the Apprenticeship Application Form, Information Sheet and Handbook
UK Register of Learning Providers Registration Number 10041773
Information Commissioner's Office Registration Number ZA137255
Matrix Standard Membership Number C19848
Association of Employment and Learning Providers Membership Number 2752
Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP)
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