Facilities Management Level 3

Apprenticeship, GCS Training
Level 3
Work-based
18 months
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Overview

Facilities Management is suitable for a wide-range of learners, from new employees who are looking to gain an understanding of facilities management and the sector, to experienced staff seeking a deeper knowledge of the profession to progress to management or senior roles. 

The Level 3 apprenticeship is primarily for staff working in their first-line manager or supervisor role in facilities management, who wish to gain a greater understanding and knowledge. It is also suitable for staff aspiring to work in a managerial or supervisory role.

The apprenticeships can be used to recruit or upskill existing staff.

Mandatory units

•    Health and safety responsibilities in FM
•    Customer and stakeholder relations in FM
•    CSR and sustainability in FM
•    Introduction to FM
•    Specification and procurement of facilities supplies and services
•    Manage operational performance in FM

Optional units

The allocated tutor/assessor will discuss the optional units available with the learner and employer, and will determine the suitable units depending on the organisational priorities and learner development needs. 

Key information

Entry Requirements

To be eligible for apprenticeship funding, the apprentice must be employed for more than 16 hours per week and based in Wales.

Course Delivery

Learners will be allocated a dedicated tutor/assessor, who will work closely with both the learners and employer to ensure the level and units selected are suitable for the individual’s role and organisational priorities. The tutor/assessor will meet the learners every 4-6 weeks to assess progress and set objectives for the net period.

The delivery of the apprenticeship is flexible, and can be tailored to suit the needs of the learner and employer, including face-to-face and virtual delivery, or a blended approach.

Progression Opportunities

Facilities Management - Level 4

Additional Information

To successfully complete the apprenticeship, learners will undertake a variety of assessments. The assessments set will be work-based tasks allowing the learner to apply the skills, knowledge and behaviours developed directly to their role. 

Under the apprenticeship framework, learners will also be expected to complete:

•    Essential Skills Application of Number
•    Essential Skills Communication
•    Essential Skills Digital Literacy 

 

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