NVQ Level 4 in Supervising Lifts is a competence-based qualification. You can use the NVQ to show that you are qualified to work at the appropriate level for your role when supervising lifts on a construction site. This qualification will develop your knowledge in lifting operations and coordinating work.
Upon enrollment, you will be assigned an assessor. The assessor will help you to build your portfolio throughout the qualification.
They will also carry out an on-site induction, we can deliver this remotely if you’d prefer.
Throughout the induction, the assessor will plan how you will collect all the relevant evidence to achieve your qualification. This will be followed up with regular reviews to ensure that you remain on track.
The assessor will review you through various methods such as professional discussion, evidence generated from the workplace, witness testimonials, written questions and observations.
For more information on the NVQ Level 4 in Supervising Lifts qualification, please get in touch with a 3B Training Advisor.
To pass, you will need to complete all of their required units to show that you are competent enough for the qualification. Your work will then be reviewed by the assessor and fed back. Once any feedback has been responded to, the portfolio will go to an IQA. The IQA will decide whether the qualification is complete or if any additional evidence is needed.
Upon completion of the qualification, you will be able to apply for the Blue Competent Operator Card and show that you have the relevant qualifications to work as a Lift Supervisor.
You will also receive an accredited course certificate. The qualification does not need to be renewed and, therefore, does not expire.
You will also need to complete an NPORS Accredited Course to obtain the Red Trained Operator Card. NPORS offers a range of Lift Trucks & Cranes courses. Take a look at the course available here.
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The time it takes to finish the NVQ is dependant on how quickly you can gather the relevant evidence to complete each unit.
You can complete the qualification at your own speed; there is no set time limit. The NVQ format is highly flexible. You can arrange your evidence gathering and assessments around your schedule.
Construction Operatives looking to obtain the Blue CPCS Card or Blue Competent Operator card should register onto this NVQ. By having the card, you will show that you are accountable and qualified at supervising lifting operations.
NVQs are highly recognised throughout the industry and hold a lot of weight with employers and peers. The qualification will help you progress in your role and gain opportunities for skilled work within your company or elsewhere.
You must be 16 or over and be working as a Lift Supervisor or Crane Supervisor. The qualification will assess your ability to work in your current occupation.
For more information on qualification suitability, just contact 3B Training via the enquiry form on this page. If we find that the qualification isn’t fitting, we will find you an alternative one.
Either ProQual or GQA can accredit this course.
Both awarding bodies are occupational course providers for the construction industry. They provide qualifications that are up to date, relevant and often unique to their learners.
Yes, Both CITB Skills and Training Fund & Grants can be claimed by CITB registered companies for all NVQs (with the exception of Occupational Health & Safety).
Learn more about how much you can claim. You will need to make a manual claim retrospectively. Find out how to do this here: CITB Levy, Grants & Funding.
The CITB Skills and Training Fund is a pot of funding that micro, small and medium sized construction companies can use to improve the skills of the construction industry.
You can apply if:
Find out more about the CITB Skills and Training Fund here.
We offer interest-free payment plans on all NVQs.
Please speak to the NVQ Team when enquiring/booking to arrange this.
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