The Project Controls Technician apprenticeship is part of the UK Government’s Trailblazer programme. A Project Controls Technician controls, monitors and systematically analyses progress and performance data on engineering, manufacturing, construction and infrastructure projects. Project Controls include the technical disciplines of estimating, planning, scheduling and cost engineering for which this apprenticeship gives a comprehensive grounding leading to roles such as project controller, estimator, planner, scheduler and cost engineer.
Typically, job holders work in large project teams on complex projects in sectors such as construction, manufacturing, engineering, energy and infrastructure – where detailed progress /performance tracking, and an understanding of on-site hazards, health and safety requirements and compliance is critical. This hands-on role is crucial to ensuring the successful delivery of complex projects and a shortage of skilled professionals provides opportunities for a secure, fulfilling long-term career.
Standard: Approved and ready for delivery.
Level: This apprenticeship is at level 3.
Duration: The duration of this apprenticeship is typically 36 – 42 months.
Suggested Entry Requirements: Set by individual employers, entry requirements will typically include a minimum of 5 GCSE grades A* – C (or equivalent qualifications) including mathematics; English (Language).
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