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HCFE course 5901


This course is aimed at learners that are employed as construction technicians or trade/craft persons in the building construction industry and having gained suitable experience and/or qualifications.
HCFE course 5915


This course is aimed at learners that are employed within the building services engineering industry as technicians or trade/craft persons in the vocational areas of electrical and mechanical installation, electrical and mechanical design, estimating, supervision or management, building services engineering contracting, heating and ventilation or refrigeration.
HCFE course 5895


Part Time students: Building Services Engineering professionals progressing from HNC to Degree part time study in NE EnglandFull Time students: Undergraduates wishing to study and pursue a career in Building Services Engineering form across the UK and overseas 


Whatever course you choose, you'll get the highest level of training from specialist tutors, benefiting from their knowledge and experience of working not just in education but also in industry.

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