Lift Supervisor Level 4 NVQ - Controlling Lifting Operations
The Lift Supervisor Level 4 NVQ is accessible to those that undertake the duties of a Lift Supervisor / Crane Supervisor.
They will work as part of a team to ensure the lifting operations comply with the law and secure the health and safety of employees and of all those affected by the operations.
In order to gain this NVQ learners must successfully complete the CPCS Crane Supervisor / Lift Supervisor course (CPCS Code A62) and already be in possession of the Red CPCS card.
What are the benefits of this Level 4 NVQ?
Frequently asked questions
All of our assessors for this level 4 NVQ are highly experienced, qualified construction professionals who have either previously been, or are currently still operating as a Lift Supervisor or Appointed Person. themselves.
Having vast real-world experience in the role, our lifting assessors are in a position to provide relevant and useful advice and guidance that adds genuine value to your qualification.
Our fast-track route involves our assessor coming to site to conduct the assessment, ensuring that the qualification is achieved in the same day.
This route is particularly beneficial for those whose CPCS cards need urgent renewal or upgrade.
The fast-track route to achieve this Level 4 qualification is only available to established lift supervisors that are experienced and confident in their role.
The evidence collected demonstrates competence that has already been developed over time. This particular route therefore is not suitable for those who are still developing their abilities in this occupation.
The assessor will confirm that the candidate:
- Has completed the A62 lift supervisor / crane supervisor training.
- Holds the red trained operator CPCS card.
- Has a further 6 months experience on-site.
Prior to registering for this qualification the assessor will require a lift planner in the workplace to act as an expert witness to confirm that the individual is competent in their role and confident in their abilities.
Only candidates that meet these requirements may be eligible for the fast-track assessment route.
Once the NVQ has been successfully completed and verified off by our IV staff we will request your NVQ certificate from the awarding body.
Generally the learner will have the certificate of achievement delivered to their home address within 10 days, this certificate can be used to upgrade the Red (trained operator) CPCS card to the Blue (competent operator) card.
If the CPCS card is required urgently, we have the facility to enable the candidate to apply for their CPCS blue card within 2 days of the successful assessment taking place. The candidate therefore does not need to wait for the certificate to arrive by post.
NVQs are UK regulated qualifications, they are valid for life and do not expire.
CADUK are an Award Winning NVQ centre that have delivered over 1000 construction-related NVQs.
The online ePortfolio system that we developed ourselves was recently recognised at the Scottish Qualification Authority (SQA) Star Awards at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow for our “unique approach to delivering qualifications”.
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