Master practical skills in the workplace
and gain a qualification

75% of employers offer a full-time job upon completion of an apprenticeship. That's 18-24 months of paid work, training and hands-on experience for a lifetime of possibility.

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Select the level that's right for you

Apprenticeships are not just for school leavers. They're suitable for anyone aged 16+ and, if you're looking for a career change, could be the next best step.

Facilities Management Supervisor

On completion of this apprenticeship you will be able to fulfil a supervisory role in facilities management, leading an operational team to deliver a range of services that meet customer requirements.

  • Develop excellent customer service skills
  • Learn how to problem solve effectively
  • Understand how to supervise and support

Is it for you?

This apprenticeship is ideal if you're new to workplace and facilities management. It suitable for you if you're leaving education and looking for your first role, or if you're working in facilities and looking to progress.

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View the full Employer Occupational Brief (EOB)

How is it assessed?

Apprenticeships include an independent end-point assessment to assess the knowledge, skills and behaviours across the standard. You will be assessed by online written test and competency-based interview.

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How is it delivered?

Apprenticeships are a mix of on and off-the-job training. The off-the-job training must make up 20% of the apprenticeship.

Facilities Manager

On completion of this apprenticeship you'll know how to manage a property’s facilities and deliver an exceptional service. You’ll complete risk assessments, manage budgets, and manage a team. You will also achieve an IWFM Level 4 Diploma as part of this apprenticeship.

  • Develop knowledge to implement and maintain facilities
  • Learn how to evaluate risk and manage business continuity
  • Understand finances and how to procure goods and services

Is it for you?

A Facilities Manager apprenticeship is ideal for individuals that enjoy leading as well as analytical thinkers that can and enjoy multi-tasking. The role requires prompt decision making and forward thinking.

View the apprenticeship standard

View the full Employer Occupational Brief (EOB)

How is it assessed?

Apprenticeships include an independent end-point assessment to assess the knowledge, skills and behaviours across the standard. You will be assessed by work based project, presentation and professional discussion.

View the full Assesment Plan

How is it delivered?

Apprenticeships are a mix of on and off-the-job training. The off-the-job training must make up 20% of the apprenticeship.

Senior Facilities Management Degree

Upon completing this apprenticeship you'll know how to evaluate, strategise, implement and lead the facilities management function and adapt it in the interests of business productivity.

  • Attain knowledge to develop and evaluate business continuity plans
  • Learn how to lead and develop a workforce to manage assets
  • Understand how to develop and implement strategy and policy

Is it for you?

A level 6 apprenticeship is the most advanced available. It is best suited to professionals working at senior / strategic level or those progressing from the level 4 apprenticeship.

View the apprenticeship standard

View the full Employer Occupational Brief (EOB)

How is it assessed?

You will be assessed through a continuous on-programme assessment as well as a work-based project. You’ll also give a presentation to a professional panel, discussing your portfolio and log.

View the full Assesment Plan

How is it delivered?

Apprenticeships are a mix of on and off-the-job training. The off-the-job training must make up 20% of the apprenticeship.

 

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Further reading

Standard

Managing the working environment for an organisation's employees and…

What is an Apprenticeship?

Find out more about the ins and outs of apprenticeships and how they might…

Employer Occupational Brief

The EOB is referred to in the Assessment plan for this standard