Building services engineering technicians help engineers design, plan and install electrical and mechanical systems within buildings.
Salaries typically depend on location, employer and level of responsibility. Salaries and career options improve with chartered status.
One of the most direct ways to become an building services engineering technician is to complete an HND in one of the following subjects:
Alternatively, you could complete an apprenticeship in this field. For example, the Advanced Apprenticeship for Building Services Engineers.
In Scotland entry requirements for the HNC/HND are usually 1-2 Highers whether you opt to go to college full-time or part-time. Maths is normally preferred. For the part-time study route you would need to apply to employers directly to “Earn while you Learn”.
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