NVQ Level 6 Construction Site Management Requirements
The NVQ Level 6 Construction Site Management On-Site Assessment and Training (OSAT) program has been specially developed for construction site managers with 5+ years of experience in a management role, preferably working either for the main contractor or a large specialist subcontracting company.
|Assessment type||Work-based assessment|
|Price||£1899 incl. VAT See the booking form below|
|Dedicated assessor||Yes; with a direct contact number|
|Assessment timescale||2+ months|
|Fast Track assessment||3-8 weeks guaranteed (optional)|
|Guidance & support||Yes; we're here to help|
|Classroom attendance||No; it's work-based assessment|
|Remote Assessments||Yes (Video, Photos, Zoom, Teams)|
As described in the National Occupational Standards (NOS), the assessment portfolio of the Construction Site Management NVQ must contain evidence that demonstrates a learner’s competence in essential aspects of the day-to-day running operations of a construction site.
A typical site manager is expected to demonstrate the required practical skills and knowledge to:
•collect and analyse the required Health and Safety information about safe methods of work and implement them in the project organisational procedures to raise H&S awareness and culture in the workplace
•create an efficient programme of works and schedules for different contractor activities, and be able to analyse and amend the programme for the duration of the entire project
•plan and organise work activities in line with the project’s programme of works in order to allocate tasks for subcontractors and involved persons
•organise monitoring and reporting systems of the project progress against programme of works to minimise disruptions
•organise and chair regular project progress meetings
•plan and organise site layout for operatives, work activities, site traffic and storage of the project resources
•implement the planning and organisation of the supply of the project resources
•organise and implement project cost control procedures
•implement quality control and reporting system
•identify and implement environmental protection procedures
As per the Awarding Body's recommendation, while undergoing the NVQ assessment, the Construction Site Manager must be in charge of either a large specialist subcontracting company or the main contractor’s managing team.
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