is this NQV Accredited?
This Qualification is supported by CSCS and accredited by either SQA or ProQual.
CSCS provides a registration card scheme acknowledged by industry for those involved in construction. The scheme recognises skills, knowledge and understanding, competence and qualifications.
Following the removal of the endorsement list for this qualification the following entry requirements apply for anyone undertaking this qualification :
- The individual’s occupational industry experience prior to being registered for the Occupational Work Supervision qualification
- The individual’s ability and experience in supervising teams
- The individual is occupationally competent to at least level 2 or SCQF level 5 in Construction
Getwork Training must ensure that candidates provide evidence to demonstrate relevant verifiable experience.
The evidence for verifying suitability prior to being registered for the Occupational Work Supervision qualification should meet the following criteria:
- Candidate provides evidence to demonstrate relevant verifiable experience and competence in their occupational area for example: qualification to N/SVQ Level 2 or SCQF Level 5
- A letter from the employer confirming the candidate’s suitability and a professional discussion or portfolio evidence of previous experience.
On completion of this qualification, you will have obtained the skills, knowledge, and understanding, and demonstrated competence. Learners may progress from the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Work Supervision to a Level 4 Construction Site supervisor or above.
To achieve the qualification candidates complete ALL SIX of the Mandatory units, plus a minimum of TWO Optional units.
Mandatory Units – complete ALL units
- Confirming work activities and resources for an occupational work area in the workplace
- Developing and maintaining good occupational working relationships in the workplace
- Confirming the occupational method of work in the workplace
- Implementing and maintaining health, safety, environmental and welfare practices in the workplace
- Co-ordinating and organising work operations in the workplace
- Monitoring progress of work against schedules in the workplace
Optional Units – complete a minimum of TWO units
- Allocating and monitoring the use of plant, machinery, equipment or vehicles in the workplace
- Confirming work meets contractual, industry and manufacturers’ standards in the workplace Implementing procedures to support team performance in the workplace
- Co-ordinating and confirming the dimensional control requirements of the work in the workplace
Once you are enrolled for this Qualification, you will be assigned an assessor. The assessor will arrange an induction visit with you to go through the evidence requirement. The Assessor will arrange an observation with you on-site and can use a range of methods during the assessment, such as Professional discussion, knowledge questions written by candidate or professional discussion, and witness testimonials.