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Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management

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PIP Services Limited

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£1,914 inc VAT
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Study method
Distance learning, self-paced
Qualification
Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management (Construction) (QCF)
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Overview

NVQ Level 6 Construction Management – Black CSCS Card in 4 weeks

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Qualification

Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management (Construction) (QCF)

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Description

PIP Services Ltd is committed to providing the highest quality NVQs, focusing specifically on qualifications associated with Construction.

Our Level 6 & 7 qualification meets the requirements to apply to the Chartered Institute of Builders (CIOB) for Chartered Membership (MCIOB) but the Level 7 enables you to do this via the fast track route.

On completion both the Level 6 & 7 you will be also able to apply for a Black CSCS Card.

Our Approach

We provide high quality NVQs led by highly qualified professional assessors. Each of them is based on national occupational standards and provides the elements of performance expected of a competent person. Each NVQ teaches best practice, knowledge to underpin competency, and the ability to adapt to any future changes. As part of your NVQ, industry expert assessors will ensure that relevant training materials, documentation, and other resources are used as well as providing high quality guidance at all times.

Red CSCS Card

One of the main benefits with enrolling onto one of our NVQ programmes is that you will automatically qualify for a red CSCS card.

Supervisors, Managers and Technical Workers can apply for this particular card with proof of registration onto an NVQ/SVQ level 3 or higher and who are not an approved member of a Professional Body.

You will need to have at least one year (in the last three years) on the job experience.

Also, you will need to have completed the relevant level of CITB Health, Safety and Environment test in the last 2 years (unless you are exempt – HSE Test and Exemptions).

The card is valid for three years and cannot be renewed, again meaning you should pass your NVQ or SVQ within the 2 years, to progress to a supervisory or management CSCS card.

Every assessor at PIP has extensive hands-on experience in the construction sector. As a result they can provide the most appropriate knowledge and a realistic approach to learning. The assessors will work to support candidates, employers, and other stakeholders, delivering training plans and mapping out expected progression; this makes attainment easier.

Who is this course for?

Employers who send their staff to obtain NVQs can enjoy a wide range of benefits. Most importantly it can boost employee competency and retention. Training opportunities can also help with recruitment because it shows that progression is possible. The new skills that employees acquire will boost their performance, productivity, and morale, all of which benefit the business. Ultimately the more competent, highly trained people there are on a site, the safer the working environment will be.

If you are an employee looking to obtain new skills or an employer who wants to increase the skills of their workforce, these NVQs could be exactly what you are looking for.

The ability to progress on to higher level NVQ courses will also help to keep people motivated and happy with their career choice.

Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification, however you must have access to a mobile phone (to send photos and videos), computer or tablet with a camera and audio capabilities and be able to log onto Zoom.

Career path

With experience, you could progress into contract management or consultancy. With further training, you could move into support services like health and safety and building inspection.

You can improve your career prospects by getting chartered status, through an industry body like the The Chartered Institute of Building.

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David asked:

Is on the job assessment required as part of the pathway to qualification on this course.

Answer:

Hi David - Thanks for getting in touch. Yes job assesment is required and it’s all done with you being assessed via your online portfolio. This will include zoom calls due to the current situation. Would you like more detailed information?

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Andy asked:

I currently work in construction, albeit within a H&S role. I would like to learn new skills and progress my knowledge. can I complete this NVQ?

Answer:

Hello Andy - From what you’re saying yes but it would be advantageous for you to talk to our Level 6 specialist who could advise you further. Would you like me to arrange that for you?

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Martin asked:

Do you have to be in work to complete this course?

Answer:

Hello Martin - thanks for getting in touch. Ideally yes but you are more than welcome to discuss it with our NVQ manager and he will advise you further?

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Ryan asked:

Answer to the above; yes if you could put them in contact or pop and email address on here that would be great. It wouldn’t let me reply back again.

Answer:

Thanks Ryan - I could really do with your email to get you more information - can you let me have it as all I can see is your name on here and it won't let me attach anything on here too? My email is Harry at piptfw dot co dot uk - if that makes sense. If you’re struggling to send it google PIP Services in Dagenham and give me a call my name is Harry I’d be happy to discuss this with you.

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Ryan asked:

Hi, I am no longer in a construction role due to redundancy, but was previously a site supervisor hoping to step up. Can I still do this course?

Answer:

Hello Ryan - Sorry to hear that. Yes absolutely and you will gain a CSCS Black Managers Card. We do need to site competency though. I'd recommend a chat with our Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management specialist before purchasing to make sure it’s right for you. Would you like me to arrange that?

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Bryan asked:

I have a blue cscs and npors card skilled worker. Do I qualify for this course? and what card would I obtain?

Answer:

Morning Bryan - what are you doing for a job? You will obtain a CSCS Black Card.

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Irvin asked:

I'm based overseas and currently immigrating to UK. I would to know are any requirements that must be met before completing the NVQ level 4 gold card

Answer:

Good Afternoon Irvin - Sure no problem. I could really do with your email to get you more information - can you let me have it as all I can see is your name on here and it won't let me attach anything on here too. Alternatively we could organise a zoom / video call to discuss. You could even do the qualification from abroad. If you’re struggling to send it google PIP Services in Dagenham and give me a call my name is Harry I’d be happy to discuss this with you?

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Leon asked:

Hi, I have level 3 occupational work supervision. I want to complete the level 6 site management ASAP, you say this is possible in 4 weeks?

Answer:

Morning Leon - yes you can but it will require a lot of hard work but we will guide and help you all the way. Would you like anymore information ?

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Stephen asked:

How soon do you receive your temporary CSCS card when signing up to the coarse?

Answer:

Hello Stephen - Once enrolled you can apply for a CSCS Experienced Technical, Supervisor or Manager red card which lasts for 2 years. Would you like any more information?

This was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.

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