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Facilities Management Advanced Apprenticeship

  • Subject Area: Facilities Management
  • Attendance: Apprenticeship
  • Qualification: BIFM Level 2 Certificate/Diploma & BIFM Level 3 Certificate/Diploma
  • Course Start: September (start dates flexible through the year subject to availability)
  • Course Length: Level 2 - 1 year Level 3 - 2-3 years depending on experience
  • Location: North Street Campus
  • Cost: Your employer will pay the costs associated with an Apprenticeship.

Course Dates

Courses run frequently subject to demand


You could progress onto higher education at the College including a HNC/HND Diploma, higher apprenticeship or a degree at university.


Level 2

All applicants will be required to pass an assessment. You will need 4 GCSEs at grade A*- E (grade 9-2) including English, maths and science or a BTEC Level 1 or 2 Certificate/Diploma or Crafts level 2.

Level 3 

All applicants will be required to pass an assessment. You will need 4 GCSEs at grade A*-C (grade 9- 4) including Englsih, maths and science.


What's it all about?

This Facilities Management Advanced Apprenticeship is available to school leavers, those aged 16-18 and adults.

Facilities managers are repsonsible for the day to day running of a building when the construction work has been completed. This includes the management and administration of schools, hospitals, offices and sporting venues so that a safe and efficient working environment is provided. They are on hand to ensure a building is functioning including general maintenance and security.

What skills and qualities do I need?

  • Good communication skills
  • Good organisational skills
  • The ability to work well in a team

How much could I earn?

Facilities managers can earn from £26,000 to £45,000 a year. Senior or regional facilities managers can earn up to £60,000 a year or more.

What would I learn at College?

  • The ways to meet the needs of customers, colleagues and key stakeholders including problem solving, recruiting staff, organising and delegating work
  • The ways to identify, plan and evaluate the delivery of facilities management services including maintenance, security and utility services
  • The health, safety and environmental responsibilities

Further Information

You should be aged 16 or over and ideally already be employed or have secured a work placement, however we may be able to help you with this.

To search and apply for apprenticeship vacancies visit the apprenticeship vacancy website.

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