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Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Health & Safety Practice

The Level 6 Diploma in Health & Safety Practice is aimed at those working in a health & safety role who have gained the required experience to take a qualification step up from the likes of the NEBOSH General / Construction or similar.

The qualification is a Bachelor Degree level qualification and the same level as other qualification alternatives on the market such as the NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety or the NCRQ.

 

The qualification is obtained through the submission of work-related evidence against a framework of standards (Or requirements). Once the candidate proves they have the required level of experience in all the predetermined areas they are awarded the qualification.

The duration of the qualification is entirely up to the candidate, but previous experience tells us that it can take anywhere between 10 – 18 months to complete. With some exceptional students obtaining it in as little as 7 months.

 

The qualification meets the academic requirements set by IOSH for graduate membership. Thus, meaning it is an ideal pathway qualification to commence the chartered membership journey.

To check out if you are eligible, simple complete our eligibility questionnaire and we will be in touch with our findings.

Level 4 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Supervision

An individual wishing to undertake the 4-day site safety supervisors (gold supervisors’ card) course currently does not have to present evidence of a qualification that would deem he or she competent to operate in a site supervisory role. Currently competence can be ascertained through a 1-hour assessment similar to the 15 / 20 minute CSR assessment.

 

With the proposed CSR changes coming into effect on 1st September it is likely that candidates wishing to undertake the site safety supervisors’ course (for the first time) must hold a minimum of a level 4 construction related qualification. This NVQ qualification provides those individuals with an accessible route to facilitate such a qualification in a short period of time.

 

The qualification is obtained through the submission of work-related evidence against a framework of standards (Or requirements). Once the candidate proves they have the required level of experience in all the predetermined areas they are awarded the qualification.

 

The duration of the qualification is entirely up to the candidate, but previous experience tells us that it can take anywhere between 4 – 6 months to complete. With some exceptional students obtaining it in as little as 2 months.

Construction Trade NVQ Diplomas
  • Level 2/3 NVQ Diploma in Plastering (Construction)
  • Level 2/3 NVQ Certificate Wall and Floor Tiling (Construction)
  • Level 2/3 NVQ Diploma in Wood Occupations (Construction)
  • Level 2/3 NVQ Diploma in Trowel Occupations (Construction)

 

An individual wishing to undertake CSR training to obtain a skilled trade specific card, currently does not have to present evidence of a qualification that would deem he or she competent to operate in skilled trade role. Currently competence can be ascertained through a 30-minute occupational assessment.

 

With the proposed CSR changes coming into effect on 1st September, candidates wishing to undertake CSR training (to obtain a skilled trade card) must hold a minimum of a level 2 NVQ qualification in that trade as evidence that they are skilled in the specific occupation.

 

Health Matters ability to provide Level 2/3 NVQ Diplomas in Plastering, Tiling, Wood Occupations (Joinery) and Trowel Occupations (Bricklaying) provide individuals (in these occupations) who are time served / experienced trained with an accessible route to facilitate a formal qualification in a short period of time.

 

The qualification is obtained through the submission of work-related evidence against a framework of standards (Or requirements). Once the candidate proves they have the required level of experience in all the predetermined areas they are awarded the qualification.

 

The duration of the qualification is entirely up to the candidate, but previous experience tells us that it can take anywhere between 2 – 6 months to complete. With some exceptional students obtaining it in as little as 2 weeks.