Get NVQ Level 4 Construction Site Supervision Diploma (2023)
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NVQ Level 4 Construction Site Supervision Diploma

Work-based Assessment
for Experienced Site Supervisors

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NVQ Level 4 Construction Site Supervision Diploma allowing to apply for a Supervisory (Gold) cscs card
After your successful completion, you'll be able to apply for a Supervisory (Gold) CSCS card! *

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.

NVQ Level 4 Construction Site Supervision
NVQ level 4 site supervision
Assessment type Work-based assessment
Prev. experience Required
Price 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)
Our coverage Nationwide
Exams No

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.

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* to apply for a CSCS card, you must have a valid H&S test, passed within the last two years