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The Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management (Construction) has been developed to give learners the opportunity to:
– engage in learning that is relevant to them and which will provide opportunities to develop a range of skills and techniques, personal skills and attributes essential for successful performance in working life
– develop and demonstrate competence as construction site managers for building and civil engineering, highways and maintenance repair, residential development and conservation and demolition
– develop technical skills and knowledge and understanding related to the specified job roles in the construction and build environment sector
– have their existing skills recognised
– achieve a nationally recognised Level 6 qualification
– develop their personal growth and engagement in learning.
This qualification is for managers on-site who are responsible for leading projects, controlling standards and evaluating work. Learners are expected to already be employed in site management roles, overseeing, or starting to oversee, larger projects and sites with the authority, accountability and decision-making, which comes with site management roles, in their respective discipline/s.
Candidates may work across one or more of the following disciplines: Civil Engineering; Highways Maintenance; Residential Development; Conservation and/or Demolition.
The qualification may be used as evidence towards achievement of the appropriate Construction Card Competence scheme on site where applicable, and where this is recognised by the employer.
Learners must complete a minimum of 172 credits, which includes 80 credits from the mandatory units in Group A, plus all the required mandatory and optional units from one of the five pathways: Building & Civil Engineering; Highways & Maintenance Repair; Residential Development; Conservation; and Demolition.
Group A units:
– Developing and Maintaining Good Occupational Working Relationships in the Workplace
– Allocating Work and Checking People’s Performance in the Workplace
– Establishing, Implementing and Maintaining Systems for Managing Health, Safety and Welfare in the Workplace
– Evaluating and Selecting Work Methods to Meet Project or Oper4ationsl Requirements in the Workplace
– Monitoring Construction Related Project Activities in the Workplace
– Controlling Project Progress Against Agreed Quality Standards in the Workplace
– Controlling Project Progress Against Agreed Programmes in the Workplace
– Managing Personal Development in a Construction-Related Workplace.
Successful candidates can progress across the level and size of the construction and built environment competence and knowledge qualifications to other occupational ares such as team leading and management.
Further progression routes include the Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Contracting Operations Management and the Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management.
|Course Title||Construction Site Management Level 6 NVQ Diploma|
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