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OUR STANDARDS

In 2019/20 more than 900 students were enrolled on one of the eight level three or level six TAC apprenticeship standards, more than 300 of which were with one of our 16  recommended training providers. Find out more about our standards below.

TAC'S LEVEL THREE APPRENTICESHIP STANDARDS

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BUILDING SERVICES DESIGN TECHNICIAN

Supporting engineers, surveyors and architects on construction projects.

CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN

Providing technical support to engineers and other construction professionals.

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RAILWAY ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNICIAN

Delivering technical support to engineers who design infrastructure and systems for railways.

TRANSPORT PLANNING TECHNICIAN

Providing technical support to transport planners to help manage and improve transport services and systems.

TAC'S LEVEL SIX APPRENTICESHIP STANDARDS

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BUILDING SERVICES DESIGN ENGINEER

Delivering engineering design solutions to maintain and enhance the quality of the environment and community.

CIVIL ENGINEER

Offering technical and management input to develop design solutions for complex civil engineering problems.

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ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTITIONER

Providing employers with a high level of professional environmental expertise.

TRANSPORT PLANNER

Creating transport systems which are safe, sustainable, and take into account everyone's access needs.

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TRAINING PROVIDERS & END POINT ASSESSMENT

All providers have agreed to work towards meeting a minimum standard as laid out in the tender document.  Those providers that have worked with the consortium for over a year, and have a well-established regional group in place which endorses their application, will be invited apply to become a partner provider and will be able to use the TAC logo and promote their status. 

The provider network has grown in size since 2010 in response to employer demand and new standards with both further education and higher education. In some cases TAC has approached providers to get involved and in others, as in London and the West Midlands, the consortium has gone out to tender. TAC are always looking to meet new providers who are interested in teaching our standards.

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Bedford College

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Bridgewater and Taunton College

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City College Norwich

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College of North West London

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Leeds College of Building

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Solihull College

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South Thames College

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Stegta

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Aston University

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Coventry University

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Kingston University London

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Leeds Beckett University

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Liverpool John Moores

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London South Bank University

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University of Bolton

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University of West England

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Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers

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Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation

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Institution of Civil Engineers

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Institution of Engineering and Technology

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TAC apprenticeship standards have been aligned to the professional registration standards from the Engineering Council and the Society for the Environment.  The Engineering Council is the UK regulatory body for the engineering profession and holds the national registers of Engineering Technicians (EngTech), Incorporated Engineers (IEng), Chartered Engineers (CEng) and Information and Communications Technology Technicians (ICTTech). The Society for the Environment is the UK regulatory body for the environment profession and holds the national register of Registered Environmental Technicians (REnvTech), Registered Environmental Practitioners (REnvP) and Chartered Environmentalists (CEnv). 

We work closely with the professional institutions and bodies and where our standards allow, apprentices can apply for professional registration for one of these titles alongside the End Point Assessment. A number of the professional bodies are now also registered and regulated as End Point Assessment Organisations (EPAOs).

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Dalvinder Bath

Dalvinder Bath

People Advisor

Dalvinder supports members with information and advise on all areas linked to people, skills and development.

phone020 7222 6557
Dr. Caroline Sudworth

Dr. Caroline Sudworth

Consultant: Apprenticeship Standards

Caroline leads the trailblazer group activity and manages TAC's eight apprenticeship standards.