Skills for the Service Sector

Relationships are important to us and there’s nothing more rewarding than receiving a call from a company or ex-student who is ready to recruit an apprentice of their own.

So, with the current upturn in the industry, we’re ready to help you plan ahead for the future.

Electrical

Apprenticeship on offer:

  • Installation electrician/maintenance electrician* (Level 3)

* Please note, this is an apprenticeship standard

This 42 month advanced programme is designed to reflect the industry's requirements. On successful completion you can expect your apprentice to identify methods and skills to solve complex problems, taking responsibility for completing tasks and procedures with autonomy.
Keep up-to-date with:

  • Periodic Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (2395-01) Level 3
  • Inspection and Testing (combination of initial and periodic) (2391-52) Level 3

AM2 Assessment

Our AM2 Test Centre in Shrewsbury offers trainee electricians the final test to allow them to qualify through pre and full assessment training.

For further details please ring our course advisors on 01743 342333.

Plumbing

Apprenticeships on offer:

  • Plumbing (Level 2)
  • Plumbing & Heating (Level 3)

A comprehensive Apprenticeship progression path, lasting four years, this fully meets the needs of the Plumbing and Heating Industry. At intermediate level the installation or service and maintenance of plumbing systems e.g. baths, pipework, drains, radiators and heating systems are covered. At advanced level we include gas.

NIC water regulations are available for unvented hot water and water regulations.

Gas Safe Courses

Shrewsbury Colleges Group has a fully fitted ACS Gas centre offering a wide range of training and assessment including:

For further details please ring our course advisors on 01743 342333.

 

Matthew Fletcher, Electrical Assessor

Matthew left school to start a two year scholarship for Shrewsbury Town Football Club, aiming to become a professional footballer. When the football didn’t work out he set his sights on becoming an electrician, starting an apprenticeship with a small company, mainly working in the domestic sector, but with some industrial work. After Matthew completed his apprenticeship he pushed himself to gain extra qualifications, to improve his career prospects, which progressed into employment as an assessor.