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Whether you are in the office or out on site there is never a dull day in planning. Each job is different with each site and job presenting its own challenges. On site, you will be doing a survey for the client to articulate the work that needs to be carried out in the exchange. From this survey a 'schedule of requirements', which describes the work in detail, can be created and sent to a contractor who in turn sends back a quote. This quote is then sent to the client for consideration and, if the client approves, the work can go ahead. Along the way you also have to make sure documentation such as CAD drawings are up to date.

The majority of training for the role will be done on the job with help from mentors and other members of the team. There is also a structured learning programme including an NVQ and a Diploma.

Entry requirements

You will need to have achieved or are predicted 4 GCSEs at grade C or above including English Language and Maths, although you will need to have a B in Maths for this apprenticeship.

In addition you will need to have a full driving licence and you must be able to recognise a range of colours.

Equivalent grades are accepted.

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