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NVQ Level 2 in Bricklaying


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Price
£898.80 inc VAT
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Study method
Online, self-paced
Qualification
Level 2 NVQ
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Overview

NVQ Level 2 in Bricklaying - Blue CSCS Card in just 4 weeks

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No exams and no time off work – Available Nationwide

Qualification

Level 2 NVQ

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Description

We now deliver NVQs for those who are looking to advance in the construction industry. The NVQs available will allow you to gain the relevant qualification and a CSCS Blue ‘Skilled Worker’ card. We are committed to providing the highest quality NVQs.

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.

Who is this course for?

This qualification is aimed at candidates who work within the construction industry and are aiming to achieve their blue CSCS card.

It is a paperless process and you won’t need to write anything to demonstrate competence. All the trade specific evidence you provide which includes photos, videos and Zoom video sessions will be loaded onto Dropbox by your account manager.

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 become a construction site supervisor / manager, or move into related areas like estimating or apprentice training.

You could also specialise in heritage work, stonemasonry, or set up your own business.

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cain asked:

with this nvq 2 is it enough to get onto site and start working

Answer:

Morning Cain - It certainly is. Would you like me to send you some more information?

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GURPREET asked:

Hi , can I join this course as a complete beginner ?

Answer:

Hi - Thanks for getting in touch. Not really the qualification is designed to show competency that you can do it.

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Aaron asked:

Do you need previous experience or qualification to access this course ?

Answer:

Hi Aaron - No previous experience in necessary but working in the industry would be advantageous.

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Marius asked:

Please clarify what be required to provide as evidence.How many times.What are the modules? When will you get the blue card.Where it is recognised

Answer:

Morning Marius - Thank you for getting in touch. Whats the best email for you and we will send everything over?

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