NVQ Level 4 Construction Site Supervision
The NVQ Level 4 in Construction Site Supervision is a competence-based qualification for delegates who work in construction. The qualification is used to show that the delegate is knowledgable and competent in their role.
How long does it take to complete the NVQ?
The times it takes to complete the NVQ is completely dependant on how quickly the learner can gather the relevant evidence to qualify.
Who should enrol on to the Construction Site Supervision NVQ?
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.
Is the course accredited?
Either ProQual or Pearson Edexcel can accredit the course.
Learners from across the country can complete 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 assign an assessor to the learner. The assessor will help the learner build their portfolio throughout the qualification. Then they will carry out an induction; this can be completed on-site or remotely.
During the induction, the assessor will help the learner plan out how they can gain all the evidence needed to complete the qualification. They will also regularly review them to ensure that they on track and to check if they need any advice.
The qualification will assess a learner’s ability to work in their current occupation. 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.
For more information on qualification suitability, contact 3B Training via the enquiry form on this page. If we find that the qualification isn’t fitting, we will find them an alternative one.
What does the NVQ Level 4 in Site Supervision course cover?
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. Leaners must show evidence of:
- Maintaining Supplies of Materials to Meet Project Requirements
- Maintaining the Dimensional Accuracy of Work
- Contributing to the Control of Work Quantities and Costs
- Allocating Work and Checking People’s Performance
- Developing and Maintaining Good Occupational Working Relationships
- Implementing Communication Systems for Construction Projects
- Controlling Work Against Agreed Standards
- Co-ordinating Preparation Work for Site or Lifting Operations
For more information, please get in touch with a 3B Training Advisor.
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 4 in Construction Site Supervision?
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, the 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 Gold Supervisory Card. This card will show that the individual has the relevant knowledge to be conducting their role.
The next step for a Site Supervisor would be to become a Site Manager. Further qualifications include the Level 6 NVQ in Construction Site Management to obtain the Black CSCS Card and the CITB SMSTS course
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