You will have a mix of learning in the workplace, off the job training at the college to practice and embed new skills in your real life work. This course will help you build skills for your job and a standard set by the industry.
You will need to be employed and working at a supervisory capacity and also working in the construction industry.
Working on built environment projects assisting the Site Manager to, manage staff and budgets, ensuring contract is delivered on time and to programme, responsible for hiring staff, deliveries and quality management and costs.
Working on built environment projects assisting the Project Manager to operate the site in a safe and secure manner, providing management information for reports, assist in client liaison meetings and sub-contractor meetings.
Working on built environment projects assisting in the Site Engineer to survey and level sites, checking of drawing and quantities to ensure accuracy, organizes site facilities, monitors work of sub-contractors and attends site meetings.
Level 4 NVQ Diploma in Construction Site Supervision (Construction)
CIOB Level 4 Certificate in Site Management OR HNC Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment
Essential Skills Qualification Communication Level 2
Essential Skills Qualification Application of Numbers Level 2
Employments Rights and Responsibilities
Assessment will be made through coursework, tests, assignments, work based observations and work based evidence.
Higher (Level 4) Construction Site Supervision is specifically designed to meet the needs of candidates who have gained Level 3 qualifications or those with appropriate prior experience of work in the sectors identified. As a consequence the qualification is not suitable for younger (pre18+) learners.
Candidates need to be of employed status and working within a supervisory capacity within the industry to meet the requirement of this pathway.
All candidates must have a suitable level of physical fitness to perform aspects of the job (e.g. working outdoors in all seasonal weather conditions – this could also be at height or below ground).
There will be a wide range of opportunities which apprentices can be involved with in a structured career path such as building, civil engineering and specialist occupations.
After gaining work experience in the chosen occupational area, this apprenticeship will enable progression to a NVQ Level 6 Diploma in Construction Site Management.