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Building Services Engineering Pathway
Technical Occupations Higher Technical Occupations Professional Occupations
Skilled occupations that a college leaver or an apprentice would be entering. Typically require qualifications at levels 2/3 Require more knowledge and skills acquired through experience in the workplace or further technical education. Typically require qualifications at levels 4/5 Occupations where there is a clear career progression from higher technical occupations, as well as occupations where a degree apprenticeship exists
Building Services Engineering Technician
Design and supervise the installation of building services during construction
Building Services Engineering Professional
Design and install buildings service systems based on agreed client specification undertaken during a building's construction
Facilities Management Operative/Supervisor
Manage and maintain (planned and reactive) a building's mechanisms and systems across electrical, plumbing, plant, safety systems and other equipment
Facilities Manager
Manage the services for a building including maintenance and repair
Facilities Management Professional
Manage the services for a group of buildings or an estate along with their on-going improvement and maintenance of their services
Utilities Installation and Maintenance Operative/Technician
Install, exchange, commission and maintain metering systems, appliances, lighting and other road-based utilities
Design, Surveying & Planning Pathway
Technical Occupations Higher Technical Occupations Professional Occupations
Skilled occupations that a college leaver or an apprentice would be entering. Typically require qualifications at levels 2/3 Require more knowledge and skills acquired through experience in the workplace or further technical education. Typically require qualifications at levels 4/5 Occupations where there is a clear career progression from higher technical occupations, as well as occupations where a degree apprenticeship exists
Design & Surveying Technician
Design, analyse, plan for site engineering and construction projects. Specialisms are common (e.g. rail infrastructure, asbestos management). Significant capability in the use of IT/digital technology, data collection, analysis and presentation
Building Surveying Technicians
Commercial Property Surveying Technicians
Consultant (Professional) Project Management Technicians
Consultant (Professional) Quantity Surveying Technicians
Land Surveying Technicians (including rural, minerals and waste management and planning and development)
Residential Property Surveying Technicians
Valuation Surveying Technicians
Design & Surveying Advanced Technician
Identify and monitor client requirements, H&S risks, regulatory compliance, environmental impact , build quality, co-ordinate information and manage build costs
Design & Surveying Professional
Building/structure design, research, commercial cost management, contracts management with a wide range of knowledge of current technology developments and options, contracts, procurement and tracking. Consults with clients to determine functional and spatial requirements of new or renovated structures
Onsite Construction Pathway
Technical Occupations Higher Technical Occupations Professional Occupations
Skilled occupations that a college leaver or an apprentice would be entering. Typically require qualifications at levels 2/3 Require more knowledge and skills acquired through experience in the workplace or further technical education. Typically require qualifications at levels 4/5 Occupations where there is a clear career progression from higher technical occupations, as well as occupations where a degree apprenticeship exists
Construction Operative/Supervisor
Use of heavy plant and equipment on surface construction sites and also specialist sites e.g. highways, tunnelling. Also the ability to undertake specialist construction work e.g. handling insulation, asbestos. Interprets drawings, plans and specifications along with methods and risk statement
Construction Specialist Operative/Technician
Prepare and operate specialist on-site plant and equipment, which could include lifting, pile driving, and pipe laying
Core Building Tradesperson
Able to use of a range of building materials (wood, brick, block, stone etc.) to construct part/whole structures and also those which are needed to finish a structure (e.g. paint and decorate). Work across domestic through to infrastructure projects and covers both routine and complex work elements. Interprets drawings, contracts, and specifications. Has knowledge of building methods and materials including heritage ones and knowledge of appropriate regulations
Advanced Architectural Joiner
Advanced Site Carpenter
Architectural Joiner
Site Carpenter
Permanent Modular Buildings
Pre-cast Concrete
Relocatable Modular and Portable Buildings
Timber Frame
Textile & Resilient Floorlayers
Wood Floorlayers
Heritage Carpenter & Joiner
Drylining Systems
Suspended Ceiling & Partitioning Systems
Bricklayer & Concreter
Building & Structural Finisher
Carpenter & Joiner
Fibrous Plastering
Solid Plastering
Roof Sheeter & Cladder
Roof Slater & Tiler
Waterproof Membranes Installer
Banker Stonemason
Heritage Stonemason
Memorial Stonemason
Stone Facade Preservation
Stone Fixer Exteriors
Stone Fixer Interiors
Construction Site Supervisor
Decide on construction methods and materials, project management approach and systems, quality monitoring, cost and resource management
Construction Contracts Manager
Construction Professional
Manage whole building projects covering HSE, quality, commercial and legal contracts, problem solving and finding innovative solutions
Metal and Steel Operative
Fabricate, assemble and erect steel components for on-site building projects. Interprets drawings, plans, specifications and other information. Also has additional capability as regards access and lifting of components