HVP Magazine – APHC to host webinar reviewing The Plumbing and Domestic Heating Technician Apprenticeship

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APHC TO GO WEBINAR REVIEW OF SANITARY AND DOMESTIC HEATING TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP

The Association of Plumbing and Heating (APHC) invites those involved in plumbing and heating education to participate in a free online webinar on Friday, April 30, to participate in the training evaluation discussion to plumbing and domestic heating technician is still suitable for training centers across the country.

The association says this process will help improve the quality of apprentice standards to ensure they meet the needs of both employers and apprentices, who have been written by the industry for the industry, when it comes to defining the required knowledge, skills and behaviors. for professional standards.

Graeme Dryden, Deputy Chief Executive and Technical Services Manager at APHC, said: “To ensure that those at all levels of education are equally represented in this review, we are looking for enthusiastic trainers, educators and assessors in the plumbing world in England to come together to share their experience and direction. “

The APHC invites these key figures to participate in a free online webinar to learn more, provide feedback, discuss and ultimately share their views on the apprenticeship system. The webinar will focus on the following core areas:

  • Review of the professional profile based on new criteria
  • Assessment of the assessment plan against new criteria
  • Review of current trajectories, including the need for a new commercial or more specialized sanitary trajectory
  • Technology updates
  • Financing assessment.

Graeme added, “The plumbing industry has a huge pool of apprentices and trusts them to develop the necessary quality skills; this assessment will help employers with the right apprenticeships needed with the right level of excellence. “

The webinar will take place on Friday, April 30 at 2:30 PM – 3:00 PM and will include an open discussion, interactive polls and time for breakout sessions and smaller discussion groups.

If this is something you are interested in or would like more information on, please contact APHC at marketing@aphc.co.uk, quoting your name, email address, contact number and a brief description of your career and function. in sanitary education.

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