NVQ Level 2 in Interior Systems – Dry Lining Fixing
The NVQ Level 2 in Dry Lining Fixing qualification is a competency-based course. The qualification is used to show that the delegate is knowledgable and qualified in their role.
How long does it take to complete the NVQ?
The times it takes to complete the NVQ is totally dependant on how fast the learner can collect the evidence to qualify.
Who should enrol on to the NVQ?
Construction operatives who are looking to obtain their Blue CSCS Card or Skilled Worker Card
Is the course accredited?
The course can be accredited by either ProQual or Pearson Edexcel.
Learners from across the country can enrol onto an NVQ with 3B Training. Learners or companies booking on their behalf can book an NVQ via our website online or over the phone.
Once they have been enrolled, we will appoint an assessor to the learner. The assessor will support the learner to build their portfolio of evidence throughout the qualification. Then they will arrange an induction, this can be completed on-site or remotely.
Throughout the induction, the assessor will help the learner map out how they can gain all the evidence required to complete the qualification. They will also frequently review them to ensure that they on track and to check if they need any guidance.
The qualification will assess a learner’s competence in their current job role. The minimum age of the learn is 16 years old. The learner must also be in full employment as a Dryliner.
If the learner is uncertain whether they are suitable to complete this level of NVQ, they can easily contact 3B Training via the enquiry form on this page. If we decide that the qualification isn’t suitable, we will enrol them onto a different one.
What does the NVQ Level 2 in Dry Lining Fixing course cover?
The learner will be assessed on-site through a variety of methods, such as written questions and evidence generated from the workplace. The qualification includes a choice of mandatory units.
- Conforming to Productive Working Practices
- Moving, Handling and Storing Resources
- Conforming to General Health, Safety and Welfare
To follow the Dry Lining Fixing pathway; the learners must complete a specific selection of mandatory units. Get in touch for more information.
- Installing Dry Lining Partition Systems
- Installing Dry Linings and Encasements
On completion of the qualification, the learner will be able to show that they are knowledgable and competent in their field.
What is Required to Pass the NVQ Level 2 in Dry Lining Fixing course?
Learners will need to complete all of the units to show that they are competent enough to receive the NVQ qualification. The assessor will then review their work and provide any feedback. Once the leaner has responded to any feedback, and IQA will then receive the portfolio. The IQA will have the final decision on whether the qualification is complete or if any additional evidence is needed.
Is this course CITB Grant claimable?
Upon completion of the NVQ, the learner will be able to apply for their Skilled Worker CSCS Card. This card will show that the individual has the relevant knowledge to be carrying out their role.
Dry liners should make sure that they have the relevant knowledge to stay safe whilst working. Next steps include attending courses such as Safe Use Of Ladders & Step Ladders, UKATA Asbestos Awareness and Face Fit Testing.