As an interior systems installer, you will work with other colleagues, trades, site managers, contractors and suppliers. You may be working on an internal or external construction site, from a large commercial property to a residential tower block. This is a physically active occupation and working at height may be needed so you will need to follow strict health and safety procedures at all times. You will report to a site manager and will need to manage your own time to meet deadlines.
There are many roles within this sector including: a ceiling fixer, drylining fixer, an interior systems operative, modular demountable partition installer, operable partitioner installer.
As an apprentice, you’ll get:
paid and be entitled to at least the National Minimum Wage for apprentices
time for training or study as part of your apprenticeship
holiday pay and other employee rights.
At least six hours per week of your normal working hours must be spent on training. Your training might happen every week, every month or in a separate block of time.
Employers will set their own requirements for their apprentices. However, if you don’t hold at least a GCSE Grade 4 in English and maths (or equivalent), you will be required to study functional skills as part of your apprenticeship.
Apprenticeships provide you with on-the-job training, while you gain crucial qualifications. On completion of this programme you will able to develop and advance your career in this exciting industry.
If you have a question about this or any other apprenticeship course, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01793 611470 and select option 5 for apprenticeships.