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NVQ Level 2 in Tiling

Remotely completed with study materials, tutor support and no exams

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Level 2 NVQ
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The Level 2 NVQ in Tiling is the quickest way to achieve your trade specific Blue CSCS Card. With our FastTrack service this can be achieved in as little as just 4 weeks. No Time? No Worries! The course can be remotely completed and includes all study materials, tutor support and the best thing is there is no exam. Our Assessors are highly Qualified Professional and industry leading with years of experience. We offer a Guaranteed Pass and we will not be beaten on price.

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Level 2 NVQ

Regulated by Ofqual

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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.


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

Tiling is undoubtedly a rewarding career. You could be helping people achieve their dream home or perhaps sort out a problem. As a professional tiler with experience and extra training, you could become a site supervisor, clerk of works or contract manager

You could also work as a trainer and assessor on tiling courses or set up your own business

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Ntsikelelo asked:

I've been tiling for 17 years, what can I do to obtain the CSCS card. I'm also from Zimbabwe


Good afternoon Ntsikelelo - sorry for the delay. If you complete this NVQ you'll be able to apply for a blue CSCS card. Do you currently live in Zimbabwe?

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David asked:

I've been tiling for years and am competent in tiling but currently have no work and no evidence of my tiling. How will I demonstrate my compentency?


Hi David - I'd recommend you speak to our NVQ specialist who will be able to discuss this with you. Would you like me to arrange this for you?

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Ben asked:

I have previous site experience tiling, would an NVQ level 1 be recommended or could I go straight into this course?


Morning Ben - you should be ok with this - are you in a tiling role at the moment?

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Dillon asked:

Hi I was wondering if this is roofing tiling or internal filing


Morning Dillon - there's different pathways that cover different things. What is it that you do?

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Shaz asked:

I am in the process of doing a tiling course but don't have any experience on live job. I have the knowledge though. Is that enough to get blue card?


Morning Shaz - Getting an NVQ for the blue card is all about showing competency that you can do the job. Id recommend speaking to our NVQ specialist. Would you like me to arrange that for you?

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Tom asked:

I have been tiling full time since a 3week course in September. Have I enough experience so far to gain my NVQ through the format offered?


Morning Tom - From what you're saying I would say yes but before you purchase I would speak to our NVQ Level 2 in Tiling specialist who will confirm. Would you like me to arrange this for you?

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HI can I start this course as a total beginner?


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

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