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REACH YOUR LEVEL BEST WITH A HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP IN FM


As university fees and the cost of training continues to increase, a new Higher Level Apprenticeship in FM is proving popular with both apprentices and employers wanting university level, work-based training at a low cost.


Sarah Carter, Project Manager for Higher Apprenticeships at Leeds College of Building, one of 21 Centres across the UK to offer The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) regulated qualifications, said: “This innovative new course combines FM skills and knowledge development in college with valuable work-based


assessment supported by dedicated teaching and assessment teams.


“Including specifics of FM with more general management topics including business planning and risk management, both employers and apprentices are benefiting from the university level learning that delivers low cost training that reaches an exceptional standard.”


The course has been specifically designed for students who have a BTEC Extended Diploma, Diploma, Subsidiary Diploma, a Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship or two A levels grade A* to E, but those with alternative qualifications and appropriate experience may also be considered.


Linda Hausmanis, from BIFM, commented: “The BIFM qualifications cover all the FM competencies that are key to the future of the industry whilst maintaining the core requirements that are essential in the industry making it an extremely relevant


framework. There’s no doubt it will encourage talented new people into the industry and help to produce quality employees that meet the standard academically and can deliver in the workplace.


“It’s extremely encouraging that the FM sector has embraced the new Higher Apprenticeships with such enthusiasm. A lot of thought went into the development of these qualifications, which were designed and developed by BIFM alongside employers, colleges, universities and the Sector Skills Council in order to add real value to the industry by creating a skilled workforce that is productive and can help businesses to grow. At a time when university fees have spiralled, the course provides an extremely dynamic alternative.”


For further information visit www.lcb.ac.uk/apprenticeships


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