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CIOB Level 3 Diploma in Site Supervisory


College of Contract Management

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Price
£1,296 inc VAT
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Study method
Online with live classes
Duration
1 Year, Part-time
Qualification
Level 3 Diploma in Construction Site Supervisory Studies
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  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Overview

  • Please note that the total course fee will be £1,296.
  • Live Online Programme
  • You can learn while you are working. You can take it from wherever you are in the world. If you have missed any lectures, you can refer them from the recordings which will be available on our Moodle.
  • Accredited By the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB)

Qualification

Level 3 Diploma in Construction Site Supervisory Studies
Regulated by Ofqual

Description

Course Structure

The course consists of one-year part-time study

  • Unit 03 –

    Supervising Health, Safety, Welfare and Environment and any other five units from the following six units. There will be a formal evaluation at the end of two specified units for the award of the Diploma. The qualifications are based on completion of assignments. RQF credit value of each unit is 7 and the unit guided learning hours is 30 hours.

  • Unit 01 – Planning
  • Unit 02 –Organising and Controlling Operations
  • Unit 04– Managing Dimensional Accuracy of the works
  • Unit 05–Working with People
  • Unit 06–Supervising Construction Works to Existing Buildings and Structures
  • Unit 07–Supervisingthe Construction of New Buildings and Structures

Introduction

The CIOB level 3 Diploma in Construction Site Supervisory is designed for eligible candidates working in the construction sector who wish to move into a supervisory role. The course covers a wide variety of topics to develop knowledge and skills to enable candidates to supervise work on construction projects safely and efficiently.

The programme comprises 7 units in total. To achieve the Diploma in Site Supervisory, candidates are required to undertake six modules including Unit 3.

CIOB qualifications are now regulated under the Regulatory Qualifications Framework (RQF). Gaining the Site Supervisory Diploma provides evidence to employers and clients that an internationally recognised level of qualification has been successfully achieved. Having an experienced site supervisor with this qualification helps employers satisfy regulatory health and safety and other EU requirements. The learning outcomes include all the necessary knowledge and skills to assist in supervising a team working on a construction project of any type and size. The programmes provide the underpinning knowledge and understanding of the National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) in Construction Site Supervision.

Key Benefits

  • Progressing into a construction site supervisory role
  • Skills shortages in the industry
  • Easy employment opportunities, both nationally and internationally
  • Possible step to successfully progress to becoming Site Manager
  • Possible step to successfully follow the Level 4 Diploma in Site Management programme
  • Be able to work towards a Level 3 NVQ Diploma which will be acceptable to gain the CSCS Gold Card

Who is this course for?

Construction workers who wish to move to a supervisory role.

Requirements

  • UCAS tariff Score 60-120 (current) / 24-48 (2017 onwards), or
  • Level 2 S/NVQ, or equivalent, in a related subject, or
  • Two years’ relevant construction experience

Career path

Progress to a degree program

Construction supervisory and management roles

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jozef krcmar asked:

After course can i will be eligible take gold cscs card?

Answer:

Its duplicated question.

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samuel asked:

Hi I currently hold a level 2 nvq diploma in site carpentry and 3 years onsite, would this be enough to go for this course?

Answer:

Hi Samuel, Thank you for your enquiry. I am delighted to inform that you are eligible to follow this course. If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us at Reed. Kind Regards Admission Team College of Contract Management

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aurelius asked:

hello! what else would i need to do to qualify for a NVQ lvl 3 after completing this course and how much would it cost me?

Answer:

Hi Aurelius, Thank you for your enquiry. Yes, you will be qualified level 3 at the successful completion of this course. You can pay module by module and the fee for each module will be £270. You need to pay additionally £100 for the CIOB registration fee. If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us. Admission Team College of Contract Management

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Hisham asked:

I have cpcs hoist operator am I qualified to take the course

Answer:

Hello Hisham, As you described your profile I am delighted to inform that you are eligible to follow the course.

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peter asked:

I hold City & Guilds level 3 plumbing studies and have 20+ years site experience. Is this enough to get on this course?

Answer:

Dear Peter, Thank you for your recent enquiry. As you described above, you are qualified for the CIOB Level 4 Diploma in Site Management however if you wish you can follow the CIOB Level 3 Diploma in Site Supervisory. If you have any further queries please contact us at Reed. Thank you

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Michael asked:

Will I get a confirmation email with course details , I need this for my Cscs registration

Answer:

Hi Michael Thank you for your enquiry. Can you please contact my colleague Kirsten who will organise it with the CIOB? I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you

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S.farid asked:

Hi, I have 260 ucas points in a business diploma, can I do this course? I will complete the level 1 award in health and safety in construction.

Answer:

Hi S.Farid, Thank you for your enquiry. Yes, you can follow this course. Should you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us. Kind Regards Admission Team College of Contract Management

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Richard asked:

When you say study part time, do you mean an hour a day? Two hours?

Answer:

You need to spend 2-6 hours per week.

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edmund asked:

I have worked construction for 4 years in groundworks and hold a level 2 nvq in confined space, would I be suitable for the course?

Answer:

I am delighted to confirm that you are eligible as you described your profile above. If you wish to enrol the course, please pay a module at Reed.

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hammed agbaje asked:

i have smsts certification and 2 year as handyman, will i be able to get gold card after completion

Answer:

I am afraid this course is not eligible for any CSCS card qualification. You need to follow our CIOB Level 4 Certificate in Site Management programme. This course consists of 4 modules and takes 9 months to complete. It is possible to complete the course faster. This Certificate is accepted by the CSCS as qualifying for their CSCS White Card. You may be exempt from a module if you have a valid SMSTS Certificate. If you are ready to enrol please pay a module at Reed.

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Andy asked:

I have a NVQ level 3 in Painting and decorating and over 10 years qualified but no supervisory experience. Does this meet the requirements?

Answer:

Hi Andy, As you described your profile I am delighted to inform that you are eligible to follow the course. If you wish to enrol please pay for a module at Reed. Kind Regards Admission Team

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John asked:

I have a level 3 NVQ in IT and BTEC Level 3 in Media and currently on a bricklaying apprenticeship. Is this enough to qualify to take the course?

Answer:

Hi John As you described your profile I am delighted to inform that you are eligible to follow the course. If you wish to enrol please pay for a module at Reed. Kind Regards Admission Team

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Michael King asked:

So after passing this course can I obtain the black cscs card?

Answer:

CIOB Level 4 Diploma in Site Management is accepted by the CSCS as qualifying for their CSCS Black Card.

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Michael asked:

Can you obtain a gold cscs card with this qualification

Answer:

The CIOB Certificate in Site Management is accepted by the CSCS as qualifying for their CSCS White Card and the Diploma is accepted by the CSCS as qualifying for their CSCS Black Card. .

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Ciprian Vatasescu asked:

Hello! I have a Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering and Management( RQF Level 6/ SCQF Level 10/ CQFW Level 6. It is enough to enter to this course?

Answer:

Hello Ciprian, As you described your profile I am delighted to inform that you are eligible to follow the course.

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Jb asked:

Will I be able to get a gold cscs card after I have completed this course?

Answer:

Hi Jb, I am afraid this course is not offering the CSCS Gold Card qualification. You can take the Certificate in Site Management course. At the successful completion of three modules, you will be awarded a Certificate in Site Management which is accepted as a qualification to gain the CSCS white (professionally qualified person) card which is equivalent level to black card. The cost per module is £324 including VAT. If you are ready for enrolment please pay at Reed.

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Richard asked:

Is it possible to complete this course at earlier time?

Answer:

Hi Richard, Thank you for your enquiry. Yes, it is possible to complete the course at earlier time if you can study the lectures via recordings which are available on our Moodle. If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us at Reed. Kind Regards Admission Team College of Contract Management

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Richard asked:

Hi, I have 38 years of experience on construction site, but I don't have any previous qualifications. Would this be enough to go for this course?

Answer:

Hi Richard, Thank you for your enquiry. I am delighted to confirm that you are qualified for the course. If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us. Kind Regards Admission Team College of Contract Management

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Mark asked:

Hi i have the smsts it runs out next year i want to be come a proper site manager with proper quantification can you help

Answer:

Dear Mark, Thank you for your recent enquiry. Can you please explain your profile briefly so that I will confirm the right course for you.

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Brian mcwilliam asked:

I am nvq level 2 cpcs qualified slinger/signaller looking to get into site management. Does this qualification give you a recognised certificate?

Answer:

Hi Brian, Thank you for your enquiry. As you described your profile above, you are qualified for the course. Please note that the cost per module will be £324 (£270 + VAT) including the assignment fee. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us at Reed. I look forward to hearing from you. Regards Admission Team College of Contract Management

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Colin Y asked:

Hi i have a SMSTS , what modules do i need to apply for Level 3 Certification ?

Answer:

Hi Colin, Thank you for your enquiry. You need to complete total 5 modules to gain CIOB Level 3 Diploma in Site Supervisory. You can pay module by module at Reed. Additionally, you need to pay the CIOB registration fee £100.

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Steve asked:

I have 20 plus years experience on site as a labourer but no qualifications or skills can I do this course and become a site manager

Answer:

Hi Steve, Thank you for your enquiry. You are eligible to follow the CIOB Level 3 Diploma in Site Supervisory course. Upon successful completion of the course, you can start the CIOB Level 4 Diploma in Site Management course and also you will be qualified to work as a Site Supervisor. Should you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us. Kind Regards Admission team College of Contract Management

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S.farid asked:

Hi, How is this assessed? Assignment based? And are there any payment options that can be used? Thanks

Answer:

Dear S.Farid, Thank you for your enquiry. You need to complete an assignment (open book online exam) per each module. You can pay module by module at Reed. Should you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us. If you wish to register please pay at Reed. I look forward to hearing from you. Regards Admission Team College of Contract Management

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S.farid asked:

Hi, I currently have 280 ucas credits but that is in relation to a business related field and no experience. Can I still do this course? thanks

Answer:

Hi S.Farid, Thank you for your enquiry. Yes, you can follow this course. Should you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us. Kind Regards Admission Team College of Contract Management

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Letty asked:

Hi is the course designed for a candidate to go at their own pace, or is it regimented and you have to do certain sections to a timescale ?

Answer:

Hi Letty, Thank you for your enquiry. Yes, this is a flexible course so you can follow module by module. There is no timescale however you need to complete the course within three years maximum. Should you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us at Reed. Admission Team

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Nerijus asked:

Hi just a quick question.After completing the course am I going to be able to claim for the card or am I going to do a further course after completion

Answer:

Good morning Nerijus, Thank you for your enquiry. At successful completion of the site supervisory course, you will be eligible to claims CSCS professional card and will be able to continue the Certificate/Diploma in Site Management programme which is accepted as a qualification to gain the CSCS black card for Managers. If you have any further queries please contact us at Reed. Best Regards Admission Team College of Contract Management

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Anton asked:

Hi! How much it will cost in total after all charges?

Answer:

Hi Anton, Thank you for your enquiry. You can find the cost per module at Reed. If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us at Reed. Kind Regards Admission Team College of Contract Management

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Matt asked:

Hi, after gaining this qualification could I apply for my cscs white card in site supervision

Answer:

Hi Matt, Thank you for your enquiry. I guess the CSCS supervisory card is gold which you can apply after successful completion of this course. If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us. Admission Team College of Contract Management

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Michael Reddin asked:

is this course an accredited course and would i be able to ably for a decree course after completing this course

Answer:

Hi Michael, Thank you for your enquiry. This is a government regulated (RQF) level 3 programme and is accredited by the CIOB. You can complete it within a year. The cost per module is £270. At the completion of Level 3 Diploma in Site Supervisory, you can apply Level 4 Diploma in Site Management which is accepted for the university entrance. If you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact us. Admission Team College of Contract Management

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