Construction industry NVQ Assessments throughout the UK
NVQ Level 2 Raised Access Flooring Diploma
Work-based Assessment for Experienced Access Floor Fitters
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After your successful completion, you'll be able to apply for a Skilled Worker (Blue) CSCS card! *
Raised Access Flooring NVQ Requirements
The NVQ Level 2 raised access floor assessment course is specially designed for skilled computer floor installers that have relevant expertise in their sector and can show the required expert knowledge, according to the National Occupational Standards.
A skilled access floor installer should know the correct sequence of the work while:
installing, removing or relocating raised access flooring systems in the workplace, including fire barriers, ramps and steps
The NVQ computer floor (raised access floor) assessment course must demonstrate that the learner has a clear understanding of the general Health and Safety guidelines of the construction site. Therefore, the expert raised access floor installer should demonstrate the skills and knowledge necessary to perform the job safely—as stated in the general site policies.
When you commit to beginning the NVQ Level 2 Access Floor assessment course, you will be examined about your mastery of a collection of knowledge and performance assessment standards, determined by the National Occupational Standards relevant to this work-related area. The assessment will be carried out by an expert assessor who is qualified and experienced to provide advice and support for you while you pursue your certificate.
This assessment and training course enables professionals to demonstrate their experience, skills, and expertise in the actual work environment. Qualified raised access floor installers will be able to prove that they can accomplish installation jobs within the building sector.
The Level 2 NVQ computer floor assessment & training is devised for those who have significant experience in a real-world environment and have the capability to achieve the Raised Access Flooring Diploma.
NVQ Level 2 Raised Access Flooring Units
Conforming to General Health, Safety and Welfare in the Workplace
Conforming to Productive Working Practices in the Workplace
Moving, Handling and Storing Resources in the Workplace
Installing, removing and relocating raised access flooring systems in the workplace
NVQ Assessment Process
When you apply for the NVQ Level 2 Access Floor assessment, you will be appointed a dedicated expert for the duration of the assessment . They will provide support and advice throughout the entire course to help you complete your NVQ Diploma.
Our specialist assessor will perform the On-Site Assessment & Training (ASAT) program, which means that no days off work are required. The dedicated assessor will arrange a meeting at your site on a day and time which suits you. Along with your support and involvement , the assessor will arrange the assessment methods—such as monitoring of your work and asking questions—to collect the needed evidence that validates your proficiency in the Access Floor installation trade.
Normally, it takes 2 site visits to cover all assessment standards, yet this may vary depending upon your ability and motivation to collaborate with the assessor.
The assessment course can take up to 6 months before you can order a new CSCS card . However, the assessment timeframe can vary and greatly relies on your employment situation, motivation, and your capability to supply the assessor with the necessary information for the NVQ Raised Access Floor qualification.
Prior to beginning the NVQ Level 2 Raised Access Flooring assessment course, you'll go over all aspects of your employment situation with the assessor to set a course end date. Once you can agree on a practical and achievable assessment end date, the process can start.
Fast Track Access Flooring NVQ Course
It is possible to speed up your NVQ access floor assessment course by selecting the relevant option in the booking form on this website (check out the booking form options for more info).
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Do I need to do CSCS H&S test once I have completed the NVQ course?
To apply for a CSCS card, you must have a valid H&S test, passed within the last two years.
As of 2nd September 2019, all applicants who apply for the CSCS card with the NVQ Diploma are required to pass the CITB Health, safety and environment test. You can read more about this change by following this link: https://www.cscs.uk.com/about/faqs/?faq_category=983
How can I verify your company accreditation?
Up Level training centre is officially registered and accredited by several nationally recognised organisations such as National Specialist Accredited Centre (NSAC) - CITB Division, Pearson (Edexcel) and Open College Network West Midlands (OCN) as NVQ assessment and training centre for construction-related qualifications.
This can be verified independently by contacting either organisation:
CITB, National Specialist Accredited Centre (NSAC)
Norfolk, PE31 6RH
Tel: 0300 456 6447
Can I skip levels and get higher NVQ level qualification?
Yes, you can skip levels as long as you can prove your competence in your field of expertise.
Can I fail the NVQ assessment?
Before invoicing and registering you with the Awarding Body, our assessor will carry out screening of your knowledge and overall work experience to confirm your ability to cover the assessment criteria for the qualification. The assessment cannot be completed without your participation; you must be motivated and be able to co-operate with the assessor to achieve the qualification.
How soon can I apply for a CSCS card?
The assessment timeframe might vary depending on circumstances of your employment status and ability to present evidence of your work practice. Typically, you'll discuss all aspects of your circumstances with your assessor before commencing the course to confirm the potential completion date. Once you can agree on the realistic and achievable completion date, the assessment can start.
As an option, in the booking form on this website it is possible to select the Fast Track NVQ assessment package (check out the booking form options for more info).
Can I register for the NVQ course without National Insurance number?
Yes, you can register for the course without NI number.
When can I expect my NVQ Diploma/Certificate?
Once your assessment is completed, and your portfolio submitted to the awarding body for the achievement, typical waiting time is 5-7 working days. The actual wait time might vary from case to case depending on awarding body's workload. Our sales dep will release the certificate upon receiving the final payment.
* we might experience delays during pandemic outbreak period due to Awarding Body's reduced office admin capacity
Are any discounts available?
In cases when a group of people or a company commit to multiple (3+) assessment courses, our company is ready to discuss the potential discount offer.
Can I still do NVQ if I’m dyslexic or find myself being non-academic mind?
Yes, your grammar ability doesn’t affect the outcome of the NVQ assessment. The assessor will take into consideration your unique situation and will make up the assessment plan that suits your needs.
* to apply for a CSCS card, you must have a valid H&S test, passed within the last two years