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A Level 2 NVQ Certificate or Diploma in Interior Systems is official recognition of the knowledge and skills needed to work in this area of the construction field.

This qualification is aimed at learners aged 16 and above who work or want to work in the construction industry and specialise in the area of interior systems.

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City and Guilds - Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Interior Systems (Construction) - Ceiling fixing

A Level 2 NVQ Certificate or Diploma in Interior Systems is official recognition of the knowledge and skills needed to work in this area of the construction field.

This qualification is aimed at learners aged 16 and above who work or want to work in the construction industry and specialise in the area of interior systems.

City and Guilds is the leading brand for construction training and courses in the UK and one of the few brands known throughout the rest of the world. We offer qualifications in construction at entry level through to Level 6, covering everything from basic hand skills, specialist trade occupations and site supervisory and management skills. Delivered by colleges and training providers throughout the UK, our NVQ qualifications are recognised by the CSCS card scheme and our Level 2 and Level 3 qualifications are recognised in national Apprenticeship Frameworks.

How is it assessed?

Assessment of the qualification: Candidates must have a completed portfolio of evidence for each unit.

Aspects to be assessed through performance in the workplace

Direct evidence produced through normal performance in the workplace is the primary source for meeting the requirements. This includes naturally occurring documentary evidence (hard copy and electronic), direct observation of activities and witness testimony as relevant. Individual units will specify any exceptions to this position.

Workplace evidence must be supported by the required evidence of knowledge and understanding. This evidence may be identified by:

  • questioning the candidate
  • recognised industry education and training programme assessment or professional interview assessment that has been matched to the NOS requirements
  • performance evidence

A holistic approach towards the collection of evidence should be encouraged. To make the most efficient use of evidence, the focus should be on assessing activities generated by the whole work experience, to meet requirements across the qualification.

City and Guilds - Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Interior Systems (Construction)-Dry Lining Finishing

A Level 2 NVQ Certificate or Diploma in Interior Systems is official recognition of the knowledge and skills needed to work in this area of the construction field.

This qualification is aimed at learners aged 16 and above who work or want to work in the construction industry and specialise in the area of interior systems.

City and Guilds is the leading brand for construction training and  courses in the UK and one of the few brands known throughout the rest of the world. We offer qualifications in construction at entry level through to Level 6, covering everything from basic hand skills, specialist trade occupations and site supervisory and management skills. Delivered by colleges and training providers throughout the UK, our NVQ qualifications are recognised by the CSCS card scheme and our Level 2  and Level 3 qualifications are recognised in national Apprenticeship Frameworks.

How is it assessed?

Assessment of the qualification: Candidates must have a completed portfolio of evidence for each unit.

Aspects to be assessed through performance in the workplace

Direct evidence produced through normal performance in the workplace is the primary source for meeting the requirements. This includes naturally occurring documentary evidence (hard copy and electronic), direct observation of activities and witness testimony as relevant. Individual units will specify any exceptions to this position.

Workplace evidence must be supported by the required evidence of knowledge and understanding. This evidence may be identified by:

  • questioning the candidate
  • recognised industry education and training programme assessment or professional interview assessment that has been matched to the NOS requirements
  • performance evidence

A holistic approach towards the collection of evidence should be encouraged. To make the most efficient use of evidence, the focus should be on assessing activities generated by the whole work experience, to meet requirements across the qualification.

City and Guilds - Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Interior Systems (Construction)-Dry Lining Fixing

A Level 2 NVQ Certificate or Diploma in Interior Systems is official recognition of the knowledge and skills needed to work in this area of the construction field.

This qualification is aimed at learners aged 16 and above who work or want to work in the construction industry and specialise in the area of interior systems.

City and Guilds is the leading brand for construction training and courses in the UK and one of the few brands known throughout the rest of the world. We offer qualifications in construction at entry level through to Level 6, covering everything from basic hand skills, specialist trade occupations and site supervisory and management skills. Delivered by colleges and training providers throughout the UK, our NVQ qualifications are recognised by the CSCS card scheme and our Level 2 and Level 3 qualifications are recognised in national Apprenticeship Frameworks.

How is it assessed?

Assessment of the qualification: Candidates must have a completed portfolio of evidence for each unit.

Aspects to be assessed through performance in the workplace

Direct evidence produced through normal performance in the workplace is the primary source for meeting the requirements. This includes naturally occurring documentary evidence (hard copy and electronic), direct observation of activities and witness testimony as relevant. Individual units will specify any exceptions to this position.

Workplace evidence must be supported by the required evidence of knowledge and understanding. This evidence may be identified by:

  • questioning the candidate
  • recognised industry education and training programme assessment or professional interview assessment that has been matched to the NOS requirements
  • performance evidence

A holistic approach towards the collection of evidence should be encouraged. To make the most efficient use of evidence, the focus should be on assessing activities generated by the whole work experience, to meet requirements across the qualification.

City and Guilds - Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Trowel Occupations (Construction)

This qualification is for learners who work or want to work as bricklayers or craft masons in the construction sector.

This qualification is for learners who work or want to work as bricklayers or craft masons in the construction sector.

What does the qualification cover?

It allows learners to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or career progression in bricklaying or craft masonry. The bricklaying pathway covers areas such as working on a construction site, setting out basic structures, building brick and block walling, laying domestic drainage, placing and finishing concrete and render surfaces. The craft masonry pathway covers areas such as working to given specifications, setting out and erecting masonry structures, placing and finishing concrete and render surfaces.

Is the qualification part of a framework or initiative?

This qualification forms the competence based element of the Intermediate Apprenticeship in Construction Building (Level 2), pathway 3: Trowel Occupations.

What opportunities for progression are there?

It allows learners to progress into employment or onto the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Trowel Occupations. Bricklaying and craft masonry have a wide range of opportunities that apprentices can be involved with in a structured career path, such as new builds and refurbishments. This apprenticeship will enable progression to the Advanced (Level 3) Apprenticeship in Construction Building: pathway 1- Trowel Occupations (Bricklaying). After gaining work experience in the chosen occupational area there are also opportunities to progress into occupational work supervision, management or technical support areas.

How is it assessed?

Assessment of the qualification Candidates must have a completed portfolio of evidence for each unit. Centres are able to download the 6570 logbook from the City and Guilds website.

Aspects to be assessed through performance in the workplace

Direct evidence produced through normal performance in the workplace is the primary source for meeting the requirements. This includes naturally occurring documentary evidence (hard copy and electronic), direct observation of activities and witness testimony as relevant. Individual units will specify and exceptions to this position.

Workplace evidence must be supported by the required evidence of knowledge and understanding. This evidence may be identified by:

  • questioning the candidate
  • recognised industry education and training programme assessment or professional interview assessment that has been matched to the NOS requirements
  • performance evidence

A holistic approach towards the collection of evidence should be encouraged. The focus should be on assessing activities generated by the whole work experience requirements could be met across the qualification to make the most efficient use of evidence.

City and Guilds - Level 2 Technical Certificate in Plastering

This Level 2 Technical Certificate in Plastering is aimed at you if you are looking to work in the construction industry specifically as a craftsperson in plastering.

You will gain an understanding of the skills and knowledge that are important when you are working as a plasterer or progressing to further learning and training in this area.

This qualification is suitable if you are16 years old, or over. You don't need any previous experience to start this qualification.

Following successful completion of this qualification you will be qualified to work in the construction industry as a plasterer

This qualification covers all the main skills and knowledge you will need to progress to further learning and training, or to enter the world of work as a plasterer. It is split into three pathways: Solid, Fibrous and Interior systems. It covers a range of skills and knowledge in these areas. You will have a choice of which specialist pathway you study.

You will study the following mandatory content:

  • health, safety and welfare in construction
  • principles of building construction, information and communication
  • applying plastering materials to interiors.

The topics you will cover for the solid pathway include:

  • laying floor screed systems
  • installing direct bond and taping and jointing
  • applying plastering materials to external backgrounds.

The topics you will cover for the fibrous pathway include:

  • producing reverse moulds
  • constructing running moulds
  • repairing damaged fibrous plasterwork

The topics you will cover for the interior systems pathway include:

  • fixing and finishing lining systems
  • installing metal furring ceiling
  • fixing metal stud partitioning systems.

The units are designed so that you learn the underlying principles and practical skills involved, as well as getting an overview of the principles of construction, building technology and terminology used. Centres and providers where you do your training, work with local employers who will contribute to the knowledge and delivery of this training.

The different ways in which centres could support your learning, by working with local and national businesses include:

  • Structured work-experience or work placements within their business
  • Your attendance at classes or lectures given by industry experts
  • Employers input into projects and exercises, or their involvement with setting assessments and examinations
  • Employers who act as expert witnesses to contribute to the assessment of your work

This practical based training is ideal preparation for gaining employment as a craftsperson in plastering or further specialist study.

How is it assessed?

To achieve the City & Guilds Level 2 Technical Certificate in Plastering candidates must successfully complete both mandatory assessment components for the chosen pathway.

Pathway A - Solid

Mandatory

Component number
Title
005 or 505
Level 2 Plastering - Theory exam
006
Level 2 Plastering - Synoptic assignment  

Pathway B - Fibrous

Mandatory

Component number
Title
005 or 505
Level 2 Plastering - Theory exam
008
Level 2 Plastering - Synoptic assignment

Pathway C - Interior Systems

Mandatory

Component number
Title
005 or 505
Level 2 Plastering - Theory exam
010
Level 2 Plastering - Synoptic assignment

In addition, candidates must achieve the mandatory employer involvement requirement for this qualification before they can be awarded a qualification grade. For more information, please see guidance in Section 4: Employer involvement

Employer Involvement

Mandatory

Component number
Title
820
Employer involvement  


IOSH - Safety Health and Environment for Construction Site Managers

Anyone who oversees or manages safety, health and environmental risks associated with construction activities.

Remember, it is your responsibility to provide your staff with the training to ensure your site is fully compliant with safety, health and environmental regulations.

Worldwide, 60,000 workers die on construction sites every year. The annual financial cost for businesses of accidents, illness and deaths is over £2 trillion. The good news is that up to 70 per cent of accidents can be prevented by good standards of management.

IOSH's globally-delivered Safety, Health and Environment for Construction Site Managers course provides essential knowledge for anyone who oversees or manages safety, health and environmental risks associated with construction activities.

The course provides a step-by-step guide to understanding and managing the risks. Keeping your business healthy and safe with an effective training programme will enable you to reduce the cost of accidents and illness by up to 40 per cent.

How is it assessed?
IOSH - Safety Health and Environment for Construction Workers

Anyone who works on or around a construction site orhas cause to visit the site in the course of their work.

Remember, it is your responsibility to provide your staff with the training to ensure your site is fully compliant with safety, health and environmental regulations.

Consider the shocking fact that 60,000 people die on construction sites every year and there are 600 work-related accidents a minute. Hardly surprising, then, that accidents, illness and deaths cost business over £2 trillion annually.

IOSH's globally-delivered, one-day, face-to-face Safety, Health and Environment for Construction Workers course provides essential knowledge for anyone who is involved in construction activities. It's suitable for any geographical location and for any size of organisation.

The course provides the core knowledge your workers need to stay safe and embeds the good understanding and techniques needed to keep others safe too.

We have ensured that the practical, jargon-free nature of the course will meet the needs of every learner.

How is it assessed?
ProQual - Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Associated Industrial Services Occupations - Passive Fire Protection

The NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Associated Industrial Services Occupations - Passive Fire Protection (QCF) is designated for experienced fire-stoppers who need a formal qualification to recognise their skills and knowledge. This NVQ provides the opportunity to fire-stoppers in the construction industry to demonstrate their competence and boost their careers.

On completion you can apply for a Blue Skilled Workers CSCS Card valid for five years

CITB Blue Skilled Worker Card

The ProQual Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Associated Industrial Services Occupations - Passive Fire Protection (Construction) qualification provides a nationally recognised qualification for those working in this specialised area of construction.

The awarding body for this qualification is ProQual Awarding Body (www.proqualab.com) and the regulatory body is the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (Ofqual); It is also endorsed by the sector body for construction - CITB.

The qualification has been accredited onto the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) and is published on Ofquals Register of Qualifications.

How is it assessed?

This qualification is competence-based, candidates must demonstrate the level of competence described in the units. Assessment is the process of measuring a candidates skill, knowledge and understanding against the standards set in the qualification.

The qualifications must be assessed in a work environment and in accordance with the ConstructionSkills Consolidated Assessment Strategy for Construction and the Built Environment, and it must be internally assessed by an appropriately experienced and qualified assessor.

Each candidate is required to produce a portfolio of evidence which demonstrates their achievement of all of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit.

Unaccredited - Scaffold Inspection Training Course
Managers, supervisors and other employees responsible for inspecting and signing off basic scaffolding structures.
This course trains employees to inspect and sign off basic scaffolding structures. It deals with tube and board scaffolds, but not system scaffolds.
How is it assessed? Delegates will take a written test and complete a practical assessment.