The UK Lift Industry needs your feedback!!

This is your invitation to shape the new Lift & Escalator apprenticeship now!
Please carefully consider what you as an employer, or as an Engineer within the UK lift industry, would expect to see from your apprentices. Your responses need to be in by 14th March 2016. Please:

•       Examine and reflect upon section 2. of the key Lift and Escalator Electromechanic Apprenticeship Standard document which outlines the occupational profiles and essential elements such as the knowledge, skills and behaviours required by a person in an engineering role.

•       Consider in section 3. the specialist skills, knowledge and behaviours that an Engineer would need to display in a service, repair or refurbishment environment.

•       Then please complete the questionnaire to express your thoughts on what the Lift and Escalator Electromechanic documents include.

•       Once you have read you are invited to complete the survey. Please answer the questions by ticking the box next to the statement which closely represents your view.

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* 1. Does the opening occupational profile statement in the Lift & Escalator Electromechanic Apprenticeship Standard Level 3 document convey the world of lift engineering to apprentices of tomorrow? Please note standards must not exceed 2 pages of A4

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* 2. Do you agree that the knowledge statements in section 3 adequately reflect what apprentices should know and understand as part of the core job role of an Engineer for the Lift & Escalator Electromechanic Apprenticeship Standard?

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* 3. Do you agree that the requirements stated in section 3 adequately reflect what apprentices should be able to do as part of the core job role of an Engineer?

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* 4. Do you agree that the behaviour statements in section 3 adequately reflect what apprentices should be able to do as part of the core job role of an Engineer?

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* 5. Do you agree that a technical certificate would be beneficial for the standard of Level 3 Lift & Escalator Electromechanic Apprenticeship Standard?

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* 6. Do you agree that the Options Knowledge Section outlined in section 3 adequately reflect the additional qualities required for apprentices working in an engineering environment?

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* 7. Do you agree new entrants to apprenticeships in Lift engineering should spend 24-48 months on this programmes?

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* 8. Would you like to see professional recognition, for newly qualified Engineers on completion of their apprenticeship? 

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* 9. Overall do you agree a new standard for Lift and Escalator Electromechanic Engineers and a return to a single apprenticeship pathway for the occupation is a positive development for the UK Lift industry?

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* 10. Please identify the type of organisation you work for by ticking the boxes which most closely reflect the focus of your organisation. This will help us check that we have reached as far across the sector as possible with this consultation

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