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Facilities Management Engineering is a broadly based field activity, which means engineers need a wide range of knowledge and skills to enable them to diagnose why a system has failed. This includes heating, ventilation, air conditioning, hot and cold water services, electrics and controls. Engineers develop specialist skills in maintaining systems, and the parts within it.
To become a fully trained facilities management engineer normally takes 4 years to SVQ Level 3. You will be trained by your employer and at an appropriate college. Potential engineers will learn mechanical, electrical and practical work and how to read diagrams and specifications to find faults.
You’ll have a head start in this vacancy if you’ve completed a Foundation Apprenticeship in a related field. We’ll need you to provide evidence of your qualification and show you gained the relevant skills from your placement
Working towards your Level 3 potential engineers need to have an interest in mechanical, electrical and practical work and enjoy problem solving.
Good organisational and communication skills are essential, as is a methodical approach, which will help in reading specifications and diagrams. The work is often physically demanding.