A T Level in Building Services Engineering for Construction will boost your knowledge in a range of topics such as design principles, project management and health and safety. You'll also learn about the commercial side of construction, including stakeholder management, business structures and entrepreneurship. And as the construction industry is always evolving, you'll dive into the world of digital technology, innovation and sustainability, to understand how the industry will be shaped in the future.


Meet our students Ben Perrin

Ben Perrin

“This was the best study option for me. Having a couple of great tutors working alongside us is definitely one of the biggest positives.”

Meet our students Jack Ward

Jack Ward

“The atmosphere at the open evening was inviting. The teachers have been the best help in aiding us to learn and I have enjoyed seeing how far I’ve come over the year.”

  • Description

    Firstly you'll develop your knowledge throughout the core element. You'll then choose a specialism designed to support your interests, so you can get deeper into your chosen subject and build up the skills you need for your future job. You can choose from paired specialist modules, such as Plumbing Engineering and Heating Engineering; Heating Engineering and Ventilation Engineering Or you could opt for standalone specialisms, including Electrotechnical Engineering; Gas Engineering; and Electrical and Electronic Equipment Engineering

  • Entry Requirements

    You'll need a Level 2 qualification from a construction or trade pathway along with maths and English grade 4 and above and an interest in Building Technologies, Engineering and Construction.

    You'll need a Level 2 qualification from a construction or trade pathway along with maths and English grade 4 and above and an interest in Building Technologies, Plumbing, Engineering and Construction

  • Qualification

    T Level in Building Services Engineering for Construction

  • Progression

    Following a T Level, you could progress straight into a skilled profession or continue your studies with a degree or higher apprenticeship. Career options might include becoming an Installation Electrician, Maintenance Electrician or Plumbing and Domestic Heating Technician.

  • Assessment

    The T Level assessment combines examinations in the core skills, with a practical skills test for the occupational specialisms developed in practice. Assessments come in different forms, giving you the opportunity to develop key skills and behaviours tailored to your employment. Group work, portfolios, and practical projects set by employers are just a few of the many ways you can show how your knowledge has developed.

  • Home Study

    An average of 3 hours a week.

  • Work Placement

    Your learning will combine classroom theory and practical learning and include 9 weeks (45 days) minimum with an employer on an industry placement. The placement will provide you with real experience of the workplace.

* Terms and conditions apply. The fees stated on this website are for guidance purposes only and should be checked before enrolment. Unless otherwise stated, fees shown are for tuition only, over one term (Community Learning courses) or one academic year. Where a course is longer than one academic year, the fees stated are for the first year, and the cost of the second or subsequent years will be discussed at interview. For details of fee remission for students over 19 click here. If you think you may be entitled to a concession or fee remission, or you would like more information on the additional costs associated with your chosen course, please contact us on 01635 845000 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Fee information

14 - 18 year olds

In most cases students aged 14-18 years old on a substantial study programme will NOT be required to pay fees and most course-specific equipment and materials will be funded by the College. This excludes stationary, non-curriculum trips and a £15 enrichment fee.

19 years and over

Students aged 19 years and over may be required to pay fees. For details of fee remission and loans for students over the age of 19 click here. Please note that some courses may have additional registration, examination and/or materials fees. Where we have been unable to provide these additional costs in this information, they will be discussed with you prior to enrolment. If you think you may be entitled to financial support or fee remission, or you would like more information on the additional costs associated with your chosen course, please contact us.