Don’t just take our word for it: all these people are already having a good day working in building services engineering. Watch or read more below:
Alf Ramsay runs his own company and says qualifications and training are vital to running a successful business.
Andy Parkes is a senior quantity surveyor and has carried on his training from apprenticeship through to degree level.
Chris Jenkins changed career to come into the sector but ensured that he took the correct training route and gained an NVQ.
David O'Brien sees a world of opportunity ahead of him once he finishes his apprenticeship.
David Edwards designs building services systems and will always jump at the chance to take his training further.
Elizabeth Macdonald used her skills as a trained electrician to become a tutor and pass her knowledge onto others.
Gemma Martland thinks that her apprenticeship will lead onto even more qualifications and will help her to progress further in the sector.
Ivan Chan tells us about how he is helping to make a positive impact on tackling climate change in his work as a building services engineer.
Kieran Lacey really enjoys the emphasis on energy efficiency in buildings design that his job provides.
Martin Davey hopes to continue his study once he's finished his apprenticeship and there's even doors open for him to work abroad.
With a Master's Degree in Building Services Engineering Mary-Ann is at the top of her game, but still wants to continue developing her skills.
Seamus Convery is helping to save the environment with his work on solar panel installation.
William says the sector offers tremendous opportunities to progress and fulfil your potential. He's currently doing a foundation degree.
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