Interior systems installer apprenticeship

Interior systems installer apprenticeship

Install, repair and maintain various elements of the internal structure of a building

As an interior systems installer, you could be working in internal and external construction sites, as well as occupied buildings, such as large commercial properties or residential tower blocks with apartments, and specialist buildings such as car showrooms. The job is physically active and includes lifting and fixing systems into place. Work could be at height from a platform or mobile scaffold and you’ll need to follow strict safe working practices at all times. The interior systems installer apprenticeship will either focus on drylining, where you’ll train to install different drylining systems that form the walls and rooms within a building, often used to hide wires and pipes while improving acoustics and creating space for insulation; or ceiling and partitions, which provide different types of working environments, taking account of lighting and other fixtures.

 

Duration: 24 months

Relevant school subjects: DT

Entry requirements for the interior systems installer apprenticeship: Depend on employer, but likely GCSEs or equivalent qualifications or relevant experience

Achievement upon completion: Level 2 (Intermediate)—equivalent to GCSEs

Potential salary upon completion: £25,000 per annum

Find out more: www.apprenticeshipguide.co.uk