Under the Qualification and Credit Framework NVQs now attract credits that can be used towards subsequent further and higher education courses.
The structure of this qualification is outlined below. Learners must complete all mandatory units to achieve a minimum of 127 credits in total.
|Unit Number||Title||Unit Reference Number||Unit Credits|
|Unit 1||Maintaining systems for health, safety, welfare and environmental protection in the workplace||D/504/8544||8|
|Unit 2||Assessing and recommending work methods for carrying out site operations in the workplace||K/504/8546||11|
|Unit 3||Planning activities and resources to meet work requirements in the workplace||M/504/8547||12|
|Unit 4||Coordinating and organising the control of work in the workplace||T/504/8548||12|
|Unit 5||Controlling work progress against agreed programmes in the workplace||A/504/8549||9|
|Unit 6||Allocating and monitoring the use of plant, equipment or machinery in the workplace||M/504/8550||9|
|Unit 7||Developing and maintaining good occupational working relationships in the workplace||M/503/2915||8|
|Unit 8||Maintaining supplies of materials to meet project requirements in the workplace||D/600/7518||8|
|Unit 9||Implementing communication systems for construction projects in the workplace||Y/600/7520||7|
|Unit 10||Maintaining the dimensional accuracy of work in the workplace||D/600/7521||8|
|Unit 11||Controlling work against agreed standards in the workplace||T/504/8551||9|
|Unit 12||Contributing to the control of work quantities and costs in the workplace||J/600/7531||9|
|Unit 13||Co-ordinating preparation work for site or lifting operations in the workplace||H/600/7536||8|
|Unit 14||Allocating work and checking people's performance in the workplace||Y/505/7680||9|
Support and develop the skills needed to becoming a constructive site supervisor by attending this course and acquiring enough credits to achieve an NVQ Level 4 Diploma.
You’ll also cover many other technical aspects of construction operations, including estimating, planning, surveying, site technical support and design co-ordination.
The course will give you the knowledge needed to perform supervisory duties on a construction site, with a specialist technical knowledge of building and civil engineering.
Assistant site managers
Anyone who wishes to progress to these positions.
Gain a credible qualification
Progress your development and career
Become a more confident supervisor
Gain technical skills
Understand best practice, including work methods and health and safety
Attain the appropriate CSCS card.
You will work through units, each of which give you a number of credits that can be used towards the NVQ Qualification and Credit Framework, including subsequent further and higher education courses.
The structure of this qualification is outlined below. You will need to complete all mandatory units to achieve a minimum of 127 credits in total.
Credit value required: 127
UNIT REF. NUMBER
Maintaining systems for health, safety, welfare and environmental protection in the workplace
Assessing and recommending work methods for carrying out site operations in the workplace
Planning activities and resources to meet work requirements in the workplace
Coordinating and organising the control of work in the workplace
Controlling work progress against agreed programmes in the workplace
Allocating and monitoring the use of plant, equipment or machinery in the workplace
Maintaining supplies of materials to meet project requirements in the workplace
Implementing communication systems for construction projects in the workplace
Maintaining the dimensional accuracy of work in the workplace
Controlling work against agreed standards in the workplace
Contributing to the control of work quantities and costs in the workplace
Co-ordinating preparation work for site or lifting operations in the workplace
Allocating work and checking people's performance in the workplace
To apply for a qualification programme download the application form below, complete and return with your payment (if appropriate) to: Corrain Wilson, NHBC Training Services, NHBC House, Davy Avenue, Knowlhill, Milton Keynes, MK5 8FP.
For enquiries please click the link below or call Corrain Wilson, Qualification Programmes Co-ordinator, on
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