Heating & Ventilation Apprenticeship

This programme combines college hours and site training over four years, leading to an SVQ/NVQ level 3 qualification and the title Heating and Ventilation Engineer.

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The work of a Heating and Ventilation Engineer is varied and can include the following:

  • Installing boilers, tanks, pipework, pumps and controls according to plans
  • Using bending machines to shape large pipes
  • Using flame cutting equipment to cut pipes to size
  • Joining pipes by soldering or oxy-acetylene and metal arc-welding
  • Testing that the system is operating properly
  • Checking equipment for leaks, pinpointing and repairing faults

Entry Requirements and Applications

Applicants must have sat and passed the relevant industry approved assessment – BESA (in Scotland) or JTL (in England). Arthur McKay also requires applicants to have achieved a National 5 or GSCE in Maths, English, Physics and a technical subject as a minimum.

To apply, please email a copy of the following to Arthur McKay’s HR department using the below form. Please note that you must download and complete your apprenticeship form prior to submitting your application, using the “APPLY NOW” button below.

  • Your BESA or JTL pre-employment test result
  • A completed Arthur McKay Apprenticeship Application Form (download here)
  • Your most recent CV

Applications for 2018 are now closed but will be re-open from 7th January 2019.

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