CarillionAmey Apprenticeships

 

Getting Started

To access your apprenticeship course you need to create an account on our Virtual Learning Environment. Do this by:

  • Clicking Log in top right
  • On the Log in page click Create new account, bottom right
  • Follow the instructions
  • Select your course from below by clicking on the course title.
  • On the page that opens scroll down until you see CarillonAmey Enrolment, and enter the code you have been given into the Enrolment key field

Detailed information on how to create an account and self enrol can be found here: CREATING AN ACCOUNT AND SELF ENROL

 

Assistance

For help with the VLE see the Complete Site Guide, which is found under the Help tab in the navigation menu; direct link: COMPLETE SITE GUIDE

If you require further assistance with the VLE, or information about studying this course please see our contact information, which is found under the Help tab in the navigation menu; direct link: CONTACT

Please note that this Virtual Learning Environment delivers only the Facilities Management part of your apprenticeship.  You will also be working on other systems (OneFile for example) for other parts of your apprenticeship and you will be introduced to these shortly.

 

 

The Intermediate

Apprentice Programme

 

 The BIFM Level 3 qualifications in facilities management are for you if you are a first-line manager or supervisor in facilities management or if you are new to the industry.  They are designed to develop an understanding and knowledge of facilities management matters.  The Certificate in Facilities Management and The Certificate in Facilities Management Practice form part of the Intermediate Apprenticeship framework.

We at The Business School have designed the programme to meet your specific needs. You will undergo learning by reading written materials, reviewing presentations, accessing external links to other websites, and downloading further information.  You will be supported by a tutor throughout your studies.

Your tutor will also act as your assessor. Once you have worked through the programme of learning, you will be asked to undertake some written tasks, which will be assessed against the standards in the BIFM qualifications. Once your assessor has confirmed that your work has reached the standard required, further quality assurance on that assessment will take place. Once this process is complete, you will be awarded the BIFM qualification!

Further information can be found in this Course Information document