Domestic Plumbing and Heating (Snipef) SVQ @ SCQF Level 7
This course gives you the opportunity to learn the foundation skills required for a career in the construction industry. It is designed for someone who is working as a trainee/apprentice. It consists of a range of practical and theoretical units and will lead to a nationally recognised qualification.
This is a qualification designed to prove that the learner has met the standards of work demanded by his/her chosen trade. The course is delivered by means of a nationally devised Training and Assessment Programme (TAP) and by completing a portfolio of evidence completed in your workplace
You must be able to meet the following criteria; secure employment as a Modern Apprentice in your chosen craft,and be able to attend College for approximately 190 days for the firstthree years of your four-year apprenticeship.
You should be physically fit, able to work in different environments and good at working with your hands.
Good literacy and drawing skills are an advantage.
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The Scottish Vocational Qualification (SVQ) in Plumbing and Heating at SCQF level 7 allows candidates to demonstrate their competence in job-related skills in their area of work and expertise.
This qualification covers areas such as installing, testing, servicing, maintaining, inspecting, pre-commissioning, commissioning and decommissioning domestic plumbing and heating systems.
This qualification has been designed in partnership/jointly awarded with theSNIJIB (Scottish and Northern Ireland Joint Industry Board)to ensure relevance to the sector.
SVQs are based on National Occupational Standards (NOS). SQA works in partnership with other organisations to ensure that NOS are relevant to the current and future needs of Scottish industries.
This qualification is available through employers and training providers.
The SCQF level 7 award could provide progression to:
- degree level study at a higher education institution
- employment in the domestic plumbing sector, perhaps as a plumber
- trade specific qualifications