NVQ Level 3 - Construction Site Supervision - Building and Civil Engineering

Any person or employee, that works in construction and needs to obtain a CSCS card and a nationally recognised qualification in this trade.

The candidate must have previously successfully completed a Supervisor's Health and Safety touch screen test within the past two years.

Mandatory Units:

• Maintain Systems for Health, Safety, Welfare and Environmental Protection.
• Assess and Recommend Work Methods.
• Plan Work Activities and Resources to Meet Work Requirements.
• Co-ordinate Work Control.
• Control Work Process Against Agreed Programmes.
• Allocate and Monitor to Use of Plant, Equipment or Machinery.
• Maintain Supplies of Materials to Meet Project Requirements.
• Implement Communication Systems for the Project.
• Maintain the Dimensional Accuracy of the Work.
• Control Work Against Agreed Quality Standards.
• Contribute to Controlling Work Quantities and Costs.
• Co-ordinate Preparation for Site Operations.
• Allocate Work and Check Peoples Performance.
• Develop and Maintain Good Working Relationships.

Additional Units (not compulsory)

• Manage Own Professional Development.
• Enable Learning Opportunities.
• Contribute to the Identification of a Work Team.
• Plan Highways Maintenance of Repair Activities.
• Supervise Highways Maintenance or Repair Activities.
• Hand Over Property.
• Provide Customer Service in Construction.
• Plan Historical Conservation or Restoration Activities.
• Supervise Historical Conservation or Restoration Activities.
• Plan Demolition Activities.
• Supervise Demolition Activities.

The candidate must have previously successfully completed a Supervisor's Health and Safety touch screen test within the past two years.

The NVQ will be assessed over approximately six on-site assessments whilst the candidate carries out their day to day work. Evidence will be collected in the form of photographs, method statements and professional discussions by your dedicated Assessor.

Once the candidate is registered, after the profile and induction visit, they will be able to apply for a one year trade CSCS card extension.

Once they have completed their NVQ their card will then last five years but is simply renewed by a Construction Skills Supervisor's touch screen health & safety test and will run for a further five years.

A CITB grant from £400 to £488 is available for companies registered with the Construction Industry Training Board.

Delegates should inform their trainer if they have any serious health issues, physical problems, special considerations or are taking any medication, which may create difficulties in undertaking elements of this training course.

Duration:

The duration of a Level 3 NVQ varies depending on the candidate, their level of experience and the work they are undertaking. We advise that the majority of NVQ Level 3's are completed between 6 and 9 months from induction.