Apprenticeships in facilities management

What are apprenticeships?

Apprenticeships are an excellent way for new  or existing employees to master practical skills in the workplace and gain  a formal qualification whilst working and earning money.

Apprenticeships can improve productivity and profitability, and are an effective means of filling skills gaps in current and future workforces.

Apprenticeships typically take between one and four years to complete, depending on the type of apprenticeship. Apprenticeships aim to produce well-rounded, effective employees with up-to-date knowledge as well as technical competence.

Apprenticeships in development

The UK Government's initiative to reinvigorate the Apprenticeship system and place firmly in the hands of employers has seen BIFM working with the employer-led trailblazer group to design the new Facilities Management Apprenticeships.

ApprenticeshipStandard

Facilities Management Supervisor (Level 3)

Facilities Management Supervisor (Level 3) Employer Occupational Brief

Facilities Management Supervisor (Level 3) Standard

Facilities Management Supervisor (Level 3) Assessment Plan

Facilities Manager (Level 4)

Facilities Manager (Level 4) Standard

Senior/Head or Facilities Management Degree (Level 6)

Senior/Head or Facilities Management Degree (Level 6) Standard

Contact us

For more information on apprenticeships, please contact BIFM at qualifications@bifm.org.uk or call +44 (0) 1279 712651.

Alternatively you can visit www.apprenticeships.org.uk

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