NVQ Level 4 in Construction Site Supervision – Building & CE

NVQs – NVQ Level 4 in Construction Site Supervision

Building and Civil Engineering

Site Supervision NVQ Level 4The NVQ Level 4 qualification is for delegates who work in construction. The qualification is intended to assess a learner’s ability to work in their occupation. They are required to present their competence in the workplace to a standard which is acceptable to the industry. The course is designed so that the learner can gain the qualification whilst at work.

Course price:
£1,500 + VAT

Course length:
Approx. 9 – 18 months

Who is it for:
This course is for Assistant Managers and Supervisors within the construction sector who are looking to obtain their Gold CSCS Card or Gold Supervisory Card

Course Content

NVQ Level 4 in Construction Site Supervision

The NVQ assessor will assess the learner on-site through a range of methods. Such as professional discussions, witness testimonials, observations, written questions and evidence generated from the workplace. The compulsory course structure includes a group of mandatory units.

In order to progress down the Building and Civil Engineering pathway; you need to complete the specific mandatory units.

For more information please get in touch with a 3B Training Advisor.

Entry Requirements

Learners must be 16 or over and be working as a Site Supervisor or Assistant Manager. Before gaining authorisation of enrollment onto the course the learner must complete a questionnaire and provide that they are in suitable employment to be able to complete the course.

Further Development

Further qualifications include the Level 6 NVQ in Construction Site Management.

Contact Us Today

Rob Boardman is our Training & NVQ Advisor. If you have any further questions or would like to apply for an NVQ do not hesitate to contact 3B Training or email [email protected]. Rob will contact you and arrange a sign-up meeting once you have applied for an NVQ. On the sign-up meeting, he will go through how the process works. Prior to this Rob will assign you an assessor who you can go to for guidance throughout the process.

What does a Construction Site Supervisor do?

Are you looking to become a Site Supervisor and would like to know more about the responsibilities that come with the role? If so take a look at our blog here.


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