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Develop and prove you have the necessary skills and knowledge of the technical and practical day to day aspects of site inspection. This Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Senior Site Inspection covers areas such as monitoring quality, managing progress and handover, verifying health and safety, setting up and managing technical storage systems, and managing interaction with others.
You can select additional options to suit your role, which include monitoring tests, confirming and reporting on property condition, agreeing maintenance works, monitoring customer service problems, progressing resolution of disputes, recruiting and planning the workforce, managing teams, and their development.
You must be working on a construction site or in an office-based role in one of the following areas so that we can assess you in your place of work.
Completing this Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Senior Site Inspection will demonstrate that you can work consistently and competently to industry-required standards. Those who choose the Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Senior Site Inspection will:
Most NVQs take 9–12 months to complete, but it’s not uncommon for learners to finish earlier. If it takes more than a year, then there may be a charge for each extra month.
This Level 6 NVQ will cost £2,295 +VAT if completed within 12 months.
All our NVQs attract CITB grants to assist with the cost of learning – please contact Construction Skills for further details.
On completion of this NVQ, you could consider taking other suitable qualifications such as the Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management or Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management if your role permits. Your assessor will be delighted to discuss these and any other options with you.
This Level 6 NVQ is equivalent to a Bachelors degree.
Those who take this Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Senior Site Inspection must complete six mandatory units, plus additional units from two areas dependent upon your job role to meet the minimum credit values for certification. This is usually four additional units making a ten-unit qualification.