Vocational qualifications from level 2 to level 7  in construction, demolition, plant & business skills
Diploma in Construction Site Supervision (Building and Civil Engineering)
About the qualification

The awarding body for this qualification is ProQual.

The level 4 Diploma in Construction Site Supervision will help candidates to develop knowledge and skills in areas such as health, safety, welfare and environmental protection.

Once learners have completed their qualification and have passed the CITB HS&E test they can apply for a gold CSCS card. For additional information regarding the CSCS card scheme click here 

 

 

Fees

£1180 + vat

Bookings made by phone or email are provisional only. We must receive a completed booking form and 50% of the qualification fee before we will register any learner with the awarding body.

The remaining balance for the qualification will be invoiced eight weeks from enrolment.

If your employer is registered with CITB they may be able to apply for a grant to cover the cost of your NVQ. Click here to see if this qualification is eligible.

 

Entry requirements

There are no specific entry requirements to study for an NVQ, but you will need to be in a job or work placement that allows you to develop the skills needed to complete your qualification.

Prime Qualification will carry out an initial assessment of learner skills and knowledge to identify any gaps and help plan the assessment.

Assessment

A portfolio of evidence is collated with support from an allocated assessor to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit. Evidence can include:

– Observation report

– Assignments/projects/reports

– Professional discussion

– Witness testimony

– Candidate product

– Worksheets

– Record of oral and written questioning

– Recognition of prior learning

Diploma in Construction Site Supervision (Highways and Maintenance Repair)
About the qualification

The awarding body for this qualification is ProQual.

The level 4 Diploma in Construction Site Supervision will help candidates to develop knowledge and skills in areas such as health, safety, welfare and environmental protection.

Once learners have completed their qualification and have passed the CITB HS&E test they can apply for a gold CSCS card. For additional information regarding the CSCS card scheme click here 

 

Fees

£1180 + vat

Bookings made by phone or email are provisional only. We must receive a completed booking form and 50% of the qualification fee before we will register any learner with the awarding body.

The remaining balance for the qualification will be invoiced eight weeks from enrolment.

If your employer is registered with CITB they may be able to apply for a grant to cover the cost of your NVQ. Click here to see if this qualification is eligible.

Entry requirements

There are no specific entry requirements to study for an NVQ, but you will need to be in a job or work placement that allows you to develop the skills needed to complete your qualification.

Prime Qualification will carry out an initial assessment of learner skills and knowledge to identify any gaps and help plan the assessment.

Assessment

A portfolio of evidence is collated with support from an allocated assessor to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit. Evidence can include:

– Observation report

– Assignments/projects/reports

– Professional discussion

– Witness testimony

– Candidate product

– Worksheets

– Record of oral and written questioning

– Recognition of prior learning

Diploma in Construction Site Supervision (Residential Development)
About the qualification

The awarding body for this qualification is ProQual.

The level 4 Diploma in Construction Site Supervision will help candidates to develop knowledge and skills in areas such as health, safety, welfare and environmental protection.

Once learners have completed their qualification and have passed the CITB HS&E test they can apply for a gold CSCS card. For additional information regarding the CSCS card scheme click here 

 

Fees

£1180 + vat

Bookings made by phone or email are provisional only. We must receive a completed booking form and 50% of the qualification fee before we will register any learner with the awarding body.

The remaining balance for the qualification will be invoiced eight weeks from enrolment.

If your employer is registered with CITB they may be able to apply for a grant to cover the cost of your NVQ. Click here to see if this qualification is eligible.

 

Entry requirements

There are no specific entry requirements to study for an NVQ, but you will need to be in a job or work placement that allows you to develop the skills needed to complete your qualification.

Prime Qualification will carry out an initial assessment of learner skills and knowledge to identify any gaps and help plan the assessment.

Assessment

A portfolio of evidence is collated with support from an allocated assessor to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit. Evidence can include:

– Observation report

– Assignments/projects/reports

– Professional discussion

– Witness testimony

– Candidate product

– Worksheets

– Record of oral and written questioning

– Recognition of prior learning

Diploma in Construction Site Supervision (Conservation)
About the qualification

The awarding body for this qualification is ProQual.

The level 4 Diploma in Construction Site Supervision will help candidates to develop knowledge and skills in areas such as health, safety, welfare and environmental protection.

Once learners have completed their qualification and have passed the CITB HS&E test they can apply for a gold CSCS card. For additional information regarding the CSCS card scheme click here 

 

Fees

£1180 + vat

Bookings made by phone or email are provisional only. We must receive a completed booking form and 50% of the qualification fee before we will register any learner with the awarding body.

The remaining balance for the qualification will be invoiced eight weeks from enrolment.

If your employer is registered with CITB they may be able to apply for a grant to cover the cost of your NVQ. Click here to see if this qualification is eligible.

Entry requirements

There are no specific entry requirements to study for an NVQ, but you will need to be in a job or work placement that allows you to develop the skills needed to complete your qualification.

Prime Qualification will carry out an initial assessment of learner skills and knowledge to identify any gaps and help plan the assessment.

Assessment

A portfolio of evidence is collated with support from an allocated assessor to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit. Evidence can include:

– Observation report

– Assignments/projects/reports

– Professional discussion

– Witness testimony

– Candidate product

– Worksheets

– Record of oral and written questioning

– Recognition of prior learning

Diploma in Construction Site Supervision (Demolition)
About the qualification

The awarding body for this qualification is ProQual.

The level 4 Diploma in Construction Site Supervision will help candidates to develop knowledge and skills in areas such as health, safety, welfare and environmental protection.

Once learners have completed their qualification and have passed the CITB HS&E test they can apply for a gold CSCS card. For additional information regarding the CSCS card scheme click here 

Fees

£1180 + vat

Bookings made by phone or email are provisional only. We must receive a completed booking form and 50% of the qualification fee before we will register any learner with the awarding body.

The remaining balance for the qualification will be invoiced eight weeks from enrolment.

If your employer is registered with CITB they may be able to apply for a grant to cover the cost of your NVQ. Click here to see if this qualification is eligible.

Entry requirements

There are no specific entry requirements to study for an NVQ, but you will need to be in a job or work placement that allows you to develop the skills needed to complete your qualification.

Prime Qualification will carry out an initial assessment of learner skills and knowledge to identify any gaps and help plan the assessment.

Assessment

A portfolio of evidence is collated with support from an allocated assessor to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit. Evidence can include:

– Observation report

– Assignments/projects/reports

– Professional discussion

– Witness testimony

– Candidate product

– Worksheets

– Record of oral and written questioning

– Recognition of prior learning

Diploma in Construction Site Supervision (Tunnelling)
About the qualification

The awarding body for this qualification is ProQual.

The level 4 Diploma in Construction Site Supervision will help candidates to develop knowledge and skills in areas such as health, safety, welfare and environmental protection.

Once learners have completed their qualification and have passed the CITB HS&E test they can apply for a gold CSCS card. For additional information regarding the CSCS card scheme click here 

 

Fees

£1180 + vat

Bookings made by phone or email are provisional only. We must receive a completed booking form and 50% of the qualification fee before we will register any learner with the awarding body.

The remaining balance for the qualification will be invoiced eight weeks from enrolment.

If your employer is registered with CITB they may be able to apply for a grant to cover the cost of your NVQ. Click here to see if this qualification is eligible.

Entry requirements

There are no specific entry requirements to study for an NVQ, but you will need to be in a job or work placement that allows you to develop the skills needed to complete your qualification.

Prime Qualification will carry out an initial assessment of learner skills and knowledge to identify any gaps and help plan the assessment.

Assessment

A portfolio of evidence is collated with support from an allocated assessor to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for each unit. Evidence can include:

– Observation report

– Assignments/projects/reports

– Professional discussion

– Witness testimony

– Candidate product

– Worksheets

– Record of oral and written questioning

– Recognition of prior learning