Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management

Another string to a Site Manager’s bow!

CADUK are specialists in the delivery of the Level 6 NVQ in Construction Site Management and are often asked by achievers of this qualification for our advice and guidance as to the next steps in terms of their professional development.

Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Practice

For those who are genuinely carrying out the work at Level 6, the Level 7 is a step too far because they have not yet developed the skills, knowledge and experience to be successful.  There is however an alternative option that will provide them with further development opportunities and add real value to their CV.

CADUK recommend the ProQual Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety Practice because it should be accessible to most site based construction managers. The qualification is designed for those people involved in the practical application and/or management of health and safety. They will have an autonomous role in their organisation for managing health and safety policy and practice and will report directly to or be part of the senior management team.

But don’t take our word for it click here to download the Initial Profile Tool for this qualification and carry out your own self assessment to see if you have access to this NVQ. On achievement of this qualification the individual will not only be able to demonstrate to the client that they have the qualification and relevant skills and knowledge to carry out their health and safety role effectively, the qualification would also be added to their Black CSCS Card alongside their existing qualification and they would be able to access Graduate Membership of IOSH (Grad IOSH).

If you are are an experienced Construction Site Manager and would like to undertake this Health and Safety qualification please complete the profile tool in the link above and return it to us or give us a call us on (01952) 292 005.

ProQual Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Practice

ProQual Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety Practice

Experienced Health & Safety managers can choose from a wide variety of academic and vocationally related qualifications to help them develop their careers. There is only one however that demonstrates that you are competent enough to carry out your responsibilities to a National Occupational Standard at a senior level.

The ProQual Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety Practice is the new benchmark that is challenging the dominance of the NEBOSH Diploma which historically most Health and Safety practitioners have opted.

The ProQual Level 6 NVQ is now the highest level competence based qualification in Health & Safety (Comparable to a Bachelor Degree). The qualification was developed in partnership with IOSH the Chartered body for health and safety professionals and is registered on Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).

This new qualification is designed for those involved in the practical application and/or management of health and safety and is appropriate to learners from a variety of sectors including Energy, Oil & Gas, Retail, Corporate Business and Construction.

To gain access to the qualification they will have to demonstrate that:

  1. They have an autonomous role in their organisation for managing health and safety policy and practice.
  2. They report directly to or are part of the senior management team.
  3. They recommend and implement changes relevant to their role.
  4. They are aware of cost implications and budgetary control.

The assessment of the ProQual Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety Practice can be tailored to individual’s needs and requirements. There are no exams, no workshops to attend, no time off work and it can be assessed totally on line so learners from abroad also have access to the qualification. Competence-based qualifications are not training courses, they provide recognition of skills, knowledge, experience and confidence that has already been developed over time in the industry.

The process of assessment is meaningful, thoughtful and systematic and designed to encourage the individual to reflect on their own professional practice. You will be required to confirm that you have the skills, knowledge and experience needed to conduct your role to an industry standard. You will also demonstrate that you have a deep understanding of health and safety and its application within your organisation.

In Construction this qualification is ideally suited to Specialist Construction Site Managers, Senior Construction Managers, Senior Health and Safety managers, Property & Facilities Managers and those that carry out the role of Principal Contractor/Principal Designer under CDM 2015.

All CADUK assessors are experienced, qualified (MIOSH) (FCIOB) professionals with years of exposure within health and safety management, so you can be assured that we will provide you with the best possible support.  They will review your progress on an ongoing basis, offering guidance and support along the way, ensuring a timely achievement – you might even enjoy the experience.

To find out if you have access to the ProQual Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety Practice click here and download our profile tool. Open the document in Adobe Reader so that you can use the interactive features and complete the document realistically and honestly. Send the profile tool back to us and we’ll call you back to discuss your responses.

Alternatively to discuss this, or any of our qualifications in more detail, give us a call on 01952 292 005.

Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management

Achieved the NVQ Level 6 in Construction Site Management? What’s Next?

CADUK are specialists in the delivery of the Level 6 NVQ in Construction Site Management and are often asked by achievers of this qualification for our advice and guidance as to the next steps in terms of their professional development.

Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Practice

For those who are genuinely carrying out the work at Level 6, the Level 7 is a step too far because they have not yet developed the skills, knowledge and experience to be successful.  There is however an alternative option that will provide them with further development opportunities and add real value to their CV.

CADUK recommend the ProQual Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety Practice because it should be accessible to most site based construction managers. The qualification is designed for those people involved in the practical application and/or management of health and safety. They will have an autonomous role in their organisation for managing health and safety policy and practice and will report directly to or be part of the senior management team.

But don’t take our word for it click here to download the Initial Profile Tool for this qualification and carry out your own self assessment to see if you have access to this NVQ. On achievement of this qualification the individual will not only be able to demonstrate to the client that they have the qualification and relevant skills and knowledge to carry out their health and safety role effectively, the qualification would also be added to their Black CSCS Card alongside their existing qualification and they would be able to access Graduate Membership of IOSH (Grad IOSH).

If you are are an experienced Construction Site Manager and would like to undertake this Health and Safety qualification please complete the profile tool in the link above and return it to us or give us a call us on (01952) 292 005.

Carillion and Mace leaders among 197 backing ‘EU Remain’

Leaders at two of the UK’s biggest contractors have put their names to a letter calling on the British public to vote to stay in the European Union.

Carillion chairman Philip Green and Mace chief executive Mark Reynolds were among the 197 business leaders signing a letter to The Times claiming the UK would be better off staying in the EU.

Canary Wharf Group chief executive George Iacobescu and Hutchison Whampoa deputy chairman Christian Salbaing also signed the letter .

In the letter, business leaders from more than a third of firms in the FTSE 100 warned that leaving the EU would put the “economy at risk”.

They wrote: “Business needs unrestricted access to the European market of 500m people in order to continue to grow, invest and create jobs.

 “We believe that leaving the EU would deter investment and threaten jobs. It would put the economy at risk.”

The letter was written as campaigning on the EU referendum began in earnest this week ahead of a vote on 23 June.

Senior cabinet members Michael Gove and Ian Duncan-Smith, as well as London mayor Boris Johnson, have already thrown their weight behind the ‘leave’ campaign, following the prime minister’s renegotiation of the terms of Britain’s EU membership.

Commenting on the deal, the business leaders wrote: “Following the prime minister’s renegotiation, we believe that Britain is better off staying in a reformed European Union.

“He has secured a commitment from the EU to reduce the burden of regulation, deepen the single market and to sign off crucial international trade deals.”

Other notable signatories on the list were Arup chairman Greg Hodkinson, Atkins chief executive Uwe Kruger and British Land chief executive Chris Grigg.

Source: Construction News

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