CITB Approved NVQ

Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management

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£ 1,445 +Vat
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  • Complete Remotely
  • CITB Approved NVQ

It’s possible to fully fund this qualification, look at the options below

Funding
£1,500 Grant available from the CITB Short Qualification Grant. It’s also possible to use the CITB Skills & Training Fund to cover the remaining funding to fully fund Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management. Not sure how? Ask the team, we’ll talk you through it.

Funding opportunities via the MOD’s Enhanced Learning Credits (ELC) Scheme are available for both service personnel and service leavers. Those with six years of service experience can receive up to £1,000 per claim instalment, while individuals with eight years of service experience may be eligible for up to £2,000 per claim instalment.

Next Steps

Before you start work on your qualification you will meet with your assessor to discuss what you need to do to complete your qualification. This can include:

  • checking you are taking the right qualification level
  • checking you have chosen suitable units
  • identifying any training or learning you will need to help you gain your qualification
  • agreeing an assessment plan
  • signing a learning contract

As part of this meeting, you will discuss the skills and knowledge you may already have, and decide how this can be used towards your qualification. This process is sometimes called a skill scan.

Once you have chosen your units you will make and agree an assessment plan with your assessor. This will show:

  • the units the plan covers
  • when you will be assessed
  • where the assessment will take place
  • what you will be doing
  • what evidence you will produce
  • who will assess you

 

The plan should also indicate the methods of assessment to be used to collect your evidence. Evidence can include:

  • direct observation in the workplace by a qualified assessor
  • witness testimony of work carried out by you in the workplace written by an expert witness
  • questioning – this could be verbal, written or computer based
  • other evidence which can include photographs or personal accounts
Refunds

In the event of a cancellation or deferment, we provide fully transparent terms and conditions.

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Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management

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About this NVQ

Our Level 6 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Management is designed for experienced construction professionals seeking to advance their careers into site management and leadership roles. Candidates will evidence their understanding of construction site operations, health and safety regulations, project planning, and stakeholder management, gaining practical experience in overseeing and coordinating construction activities on-site. With a focus on leadership, communication, and decision-making, successful candidates will be prepared to take on site management roles, lead construction teams, and ensure the successful delivery of projects on time, within budget, and to quality standards.

How Completing This Course Will Help You:
Units

There are 4 pathways. Routes to completion are shown below:

Mandatory Units:

  • Developing and maintaining good occupational working relationships in the workplace (8)
  • Allocating work and monitoring people’s performance in the workplace (9)
  • Contributing to the identification of a work team in the workplace (8)
  • Establishing, implementing and maintaining organisational systems for managing health, safety, welfare and wellbeing in the workplace (17)
  • Establishing, controlling and monitoring environmental factors and sustainability in the workplace. (17)
  • Evaluating and confirming work methods in the workplace (10)
  • Planning the preparation of the site for the project in the workplace (16)
  • Monitoring project activities in the workplace (8)
  • Ensuring that work activities and resources meet project work requirements in the workplace (16)
  • Identifying, allocating and planning the deployment and use of plant, equipment or machinery in the workplace (9)
  • Organising, controlling and monitoring supplies of materials in the workplace (8)
  • Identifying and maintaining communication systems and organisational procedures in the workplace (11)
  • Controlling project progress against agreed quality standards in the workplace (11)
  • Establishing dimensional control criteria in the workplace (10)
  • Controlling project progress against agreed programmes in the workplace (11)
  • Controlling project quantities and costs in the workplace (12)
  • Evaluating feedback and making recommendations in the workplace (8)
  • Managing your personal development in the workplace (9)
  • Managing the installation, maintenance, monitoring and removal of temporary works in the workplace (12)

 

Optional units (minimum of 1 unit must be achieved):

  • Enabling learning opportunities in the workplace (11)
  • Planning activities to traditional and heritage structures in the workplace (16)
  • Planning demolition activities in the workplace (12)
  • Planning and scheduling the maintenance activities of property, services or systems in the workplace (15)
  • Managing the project handover in the workplace (12)
  • Planning Tunnelling activities in the workplace (15)

Mandatory Units:

  • Developing and maintaining good occupational working relationships in the workplace (8)
  • Allocating work and monitoring people’s performance in the workplace (9)
  • Contributing to the identification of a work team in the workplace (8)
  • Establishing, implementing and maintaining organisational systems for managing health, safety, welfare and wellbeing in the workplace (17)
  • Establishing, controlling and monitoring environmental factors and sustainability in the workplace. (17)
  • Evaluating and confirming work methods in the workplace (10)
  • Planning the preparation of the site for the project in the workplace (16)
  • Monitoring project activities in the workplace (8)
  • Ensuring that work activities and resources meet project work requirements in the workplace (16)
  • Identifying, allocating and planning the deployment and use of plant, equipment or machinery in the workplace (9)
  • Organising, controlling and monitoring supplies of materials in the workplace (8)
  • Identifying and maintaining communication systems and organisational procedures in the workplace (11)
  • Controlling project progress against agreed quality standards in the workplace (11)
  • Controlling project progress against agreed programmes in the workplace (11)
  • Managing your personal development in the workplace (9)
  • Controlling project quantities and costs in the workplace (12)
  • Planning highways maintenance and repair activities in the workplace (12)
  • Evaluating feedback and making recommendations in the workplace (8)

 

Optional units (minimum of 2 units if this pathway selected):

  • Enabling learning opportunities in the workplace (11)
  • Providing customer services in the construction workplace (9)
  • Planning activities to traditional and heritage structures in the workplace (16)
  • Planning demolition activities in the workplace (12)
  • Establishing dimensional control criteria in the workplace (10)
  • Planning and scheduling the maintenance activities of property, services or systems in the workplace (15)
  • Managing the project handover in the workplace (12)
  • Managing the installation, maintenance, monitoring and removal of temporary works in the workplace (12)

Mandatory Units:

  • Developing and maintaining good occupational working relationships in the workplace (8)
  • Allocating work and monitoring people’s performance in the workplace (9)
  • Contributing to the identification of a work team in the workplace (8)
  • Establishing, implementing and maintaining organisational systems for managing health, safety, welfare and wellbeing in the workplace (17)
  • Establishing, controlling and monitoring environmental factors and sustainability in the workplace. (17)
  • Evaluating and confirming work methods in the workplace (10)
  • Planning the preparation of the site for the project in the workplace (16)
  • Monitoring project activities in the workplace (8)
  • Ensuring that work activities and resources meet project work requirements in the workplace (16)
  • Organising, controlling and monitoring supplies of materials in the workplace (8)
  • Identifying and maintaining communication systems and organisational procedures in the workplace (11)
  • Controlling project progress against agreed quality standards in the workplace (11)
  • Controlling project progress against agreed programmes in the workplace (11)
  • Managing your personal development in the workplace (9)
  • Providing customer services in the construction workplace (9)
  • Establishing dimensional control criteria in the workplace (10)
  • Planning and scheduling the maintenance activities of property, services or systems in the workplace (15)
  • Managing the project handover in the workplace (12)

 

Optional units (minimum of 2 units if this pathway selected):

  • Enabling learning opportunities in the workplace (11)
  • Planning activities to traditional and heritage structures in the workplace (16)
  • Planning demolition activities in the workplace (12)
  • Establishing dimensional control criteria in the workplace (10)
  • Identifying, allocating and planning the deployment and use of plant, equipment or machinery in the workplace (9)
  • Controlling project quantities and costs in the workplace (12)
  • Evaluating feedback and making recommendations in the workplace (8)
  • Planning the installation of retrofit works in the workplace (16)
  • Managing installation, commissioning and handover of retrofit works in the workplace (16)
  • Managing the installation, maintenance, monitoring and removal of temporary works in the workplace (12)

Mandatory Units:

  • Developing and maintaining good occupational working relationships in the workplace (8)
  • Allocating work and monitoring people’s performance in the workplace (9)
  • Contributing to the identification of a work team in the workplace (8)
  • Establishing, implementing and maintaining organisational systems for managing health, safety, welfare and wellbeing in the workplace (17)
  • Establishing, controlling and monitoring environmental factors and sustainability in the workplace. (17)
  • Evaluating and confirming work methods in the workplace (10)
  • Planning the preparation of the site for the project in the workplace (16)
  • Monitoring project activities in the workplace (8)
  • Ensuring that work activities and resources meet project work requirements in the workplace (16)
  • Organising, controlling and monitoring supplies of materials in the workplace (8)
  • Identifying and maintaining communication systems and organisational procedures in the workplace (11)
  • Controlling project progress against agreed quality standards in the workplace (11)
  • Controlling project progress against agreed programmes in the workplace (11)
  • Managing your personal development in the workplace (9)
  • Providing customer services in the construction workplace (9)
  • Establishing dimensional control criteria in the workplace (10)
  • Controlling project quantities and costs in the workplace (12)
  • Planning the installation of retrofit works in the workplace (16)
  • Managing installation, commissioning and handover of retrofit works in the workplace (16)

 

Optional units (minimum of 2 units if this pathway selected):

  • Enabling learning opportunities in the workplace (11)
  • Providing customer services in the construction workplace (9)
  • Planning activities to traditional and heritage structures in the workplace (16)
  • Supervising activities to traditional and heritage buildings and structures in the workplace (16)
  • Planning demolition activities in the workplace (12)
  • Evaluating feedback and making recommendations in the workplace (8)
  • Planning and scheduling the maintenance activities of property, services or systems in the workplace (15)
Methods of Assessment

The method of assessment is a one-step journey:

Completing an NVQ doesn’t require you to take traditional exams. Instead, assessment is based around your competency in fulfilling your job role duties to meet occupational standards. Assessors will evaluate you based on the contents of your portfolio. It’s essential to maintain this portfolio with evidence showcasing the tasks, duties, and accomplishments you’ve accomplished in work.

 
How do I apply for a Black Manager CSCS card?

Not sure when your card expires? You can either download the CSCS Smart Check app on App Store or Google Play to check any construction industry card displaying the CSCS logo, or you can use the online card checker.

If you haven’t completed one already, take a look at our Management NVQs or talk to the team for guidance on what is available.

All applicants must pass the CITB health, safety and environment test (HSE) for Managers. You can select this option when booking online or let the team know if you’re booking over the phone.

The quickest and most convenient way to apply for your Black manager CSCS card is via the CSCS online application service.

CITB Internet Test Centre (ITC)

An Internet Test Centre (ITC) is a centre approved by CITB to provide testing facilities for tests such as the Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) test and Managers and Professionals (MaPs) test as well as many more.

Completing the HSE tests is a step towards your CSCS card, you will also need your individual course or qualifications depending on which card you want, for example the Green Labourers CSCS card you will have to have completed a Level 1 H&S or CITB Health & Safety Awareness Course and a CITB HS&E Operatives Test to apply for your Green Labourers CSCS card.

View the different coloured cards to view which qualifications and CITB Tests you require or head over to the CSCS Card Finder for a more detailed search.

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