NVQ Level 2 Diploma In Construction Plant Or Machinery Maintenance

NVQ Level 2 Construction

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Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Construction Plant or Machinery Maintenance (Construction)
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This is a National Vocational Qualification which means that this qualification has been developed to be achieved in a real work environment. You need to be employed to undertake this qualification.


Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Construction Plant or Machinery Maintenance (Construction)
Regulated by Ofqual


The Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Construction Plant or Machinery Maintenance qualification has been developed for achievement in a real workplace environment which means you need to be employed to undertake this qualification.

This qualification enables you, the learner, to demonstrate and recognise your skills, knowledge and understanding and to demonstrate your competence in a real workplace environment so you can work as a Plant Mechanic within the construction industry.


To achieve this qualification a minimum of 48 credits need to be attained. This comprises of 41 credits from the Mandatory Group, plus 7 credits from the Optional Group.

Mandatory Group

UnitReferenceCredit ValueLevelConforming to Productive Working Practices in the WorkplaceJ/503/116932Conforming to General Health, Safety and Welfare in the WorkplaceA/503/117021Diagnosing Faults in Plant or Machinery Systems or Components in the WorkplaceF/505/0139243Diagnosing Faults in Plant or Machinery Systems or Components in the WorkplaceF/505/0139243Dismantling and Assembling Plant or Machinery Components to Replace Worn, Damaged or Faulty Parts in the WorkplaceR/505/0128352Inspecting Plant or Machinery for Operational Serviceability in the WorkplaceA/506/8459262Moving, Handling and Storing Resources in the WorkplaceF/503/117152Operating Plant or Machinery for Non-operational Activities in the WorkplaceL/505/0175102Removing and Replacing Plant or Machinery Components to Restore Operational Use in the WorkplaceK/505/0118352Servicing Plant or Machinery in the WorkplaceH/505/0084142

Optional Units

UnitReferenceCredit ValueLevelProducing One-off Components to Restore or Maintain the Operational Functions of Plant or Machinery in the WorkplaceR/505/0162192Installing, Repairing or Modifying Construction Resources by Heating, Welding, Brazing, Soldering and Thermal Cutting in the WorkplaceL/505/0144302Installing Plant or Machinery for Operational Activities in the WorkplaceT/505/0266363Handing Over Plant or Machinery to the Control of Others in the WorkplaceF/505/0268193Configuring Plant or Machinery for Specific Operational Activities in the WorkplaceT/505/0168212Carrying Out Specific Tests on Plant or Machinery to Determine Operational Serviceability in the WorkplaceA/616/5798243

Career path

NVQ Level 2 - Blue Card

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kelly rudd asked:

Is this suitable for a school leaver. Will he need to do any practical work to show his learning? what type of machines does it cover?


The learner must firstly be working within the industry of choice or have experience of some nature of learning within this field. A school leaver can undertake course and minimum age must be of 16 years NVQ is evidence based and must be completed & supported by experience being verified that learner has or is in the process of learning the skills that meet the criteria of the NVQ It will cover a range of machinery but is based on the work on site that is actually undertaken.

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