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Building Services Engineering

All 16-18 year-old students at City of Westminster College will follow a full-time Study Programme. Here Craig Hanlon-Smith, Deputy Director of 16-18 Programmes explains what that means.

How would you like to live in a world without lighting, heating or clean water and sanitation? Everything that makes a building safe and comfortable to live or work in needs to be designed, installed and maintained by highly skilled people such as building services engineers.

We offer a range of courses for school leavers looking to embark on a career in building services and for employed candidates wishing to upskill.

Our one year Level 2 and 3 City & Guild courses in Electrical Installation and Plumbing allow students to progress to apprenticeships and employment eventually leading to qualified electrician or heating engineer status. Full-time 16-18 students take part in work experience visits with major construction businesses like Mace Group Ltd.

In addition to the vocational learning, students are able to develop their literacy, numeracy and employability skills to match the requirements demanded by industry and higher education.

We also have thriving Level 3 BTEC and Level 4 HNC PT day-release programmes for students employed in the construction and building services sectors looking to develop their design capabilities and career development prospects.

All teaching staff have relevant industrial experience.

Please click the course links below for more information on Building Services Engineering courses at City of Westminster College. Apply for any of these courses by clicking the APPLY button on the course page.

 

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