NVQ Level 4 in Construction Site Supervision – Building & CE
NVQs – NVQ Level 4 in Construction Site Supervision
Building and Civil Engineering
The NVQ Level 4 qualification is for delegates who work in construction.
Dependant on how quickly the learner can gather the relevant evidence.
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
ProQual or Pearson Edexcel accredited
The qualification will assess a learner’s ability to work in their current occupation. The course is designed so that the learner can gain the qualification whilst at work. The learner must be 16 or over and be working as a Construction Site Supervisor, Assistant Site Manager or in a role at the same level.
£1,500 + VAT (registration fee included).
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.
Further qualifications include the Level 6 NVQ in Construction Site Management.
Contact Us Today
Kelly Dawber is our NVQ Co-ordinator. 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]. Kelly will contact you and arrange a sign-up meeting once you have applied for an NVQ. On the sign-up meeting, she will go through how the process works. Prior to this Kelly 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.