NVQ Level 4 Construction Site Supervision Requirements
The NVQ Level 4 Construction Site Supervision course, sometimes referred to as Junior Construction Site Management, is made for experienced site supervisors with a traceable work history record in a construction site supervision role.
|Assessment type||On-site assessment|
|Price||£1400 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)|
|Classroom attendance||No; we'll come to your workplace|
|Guidance & support||Yes; we're here to help|
|Our coverage||All of UK|
The construction site supervision NVQ is mostly suitable for individuals working directly for the main contractor and those who are involved in construction site organisational activities such as:
•liaising with contractors, supervisors and construction site management
•organising deliveries of materials and equipment
•carrying out regular toolbox talks and/or site inductions
•attending progress meetings with construction site management
•implementing and taking care of all H&S aspects on the construction site
•carrying out safety inspections and quality control
•organising the operational area of work for sub-contractors
•implementing waste management and housekeeping on the construction site
•allocating work to sub-contractors
•carrying out regular inspections of the equipment
The NVQ level 4 construction site supervision portfolio should contain facts which demonstrate that the learner has a clear understanding of general H&S site policies. Hence, candidates in the construction site supervision course will be required to demonstrate the ability and knowledge to execute all site supervision tasks, according to the project RAMS.
A typical level 4 construction site supervisor oversees a larger scale of aspects of organisational activities and is expected to have substantial experience in supervision roles. Therefore, they should know how to implement and maintain project organisational and H&S procedures on the construction site and be able to plan work activities and resources to meet the project requirements.