Wall and Floor Tiling NVQ Level 3 Assessment
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Choose SuperSkills for prompt and effective Wall and Floor Tiling NVQ Level 3 Assessment
SuperSkills Construction Training offers a prompt and effective assessment process for Tilers who have considerable experience and want to progress to NVQ Level 3 Wall and Floor Tiling qualifications.
Cskills Awards Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Wall & Floor Tiling (Construction)
This qualification leads to the Level 3 NVQ and will enable the candidate to obtain the CSCS Gold Card.
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The NVQ Level 3 Wall and Floor Tiling assessment process is carried out under personal attention provided by one of our experienced Tiling assessors, who will make all the arrangements necessary to help you achieve the qualification in as short a time as possible.
Our quick, simple and convenient approach will assess the level of experience and skill you have as a Tiler and compare these to the requirements of the qualification.
The Assessor will judge your work and skills against the National Occupational Standards. This will establish the “gap” between your skills and those required for the NVQ Level 3 in Wall and Floor Tiling. He or she then agrees an Individual Learning Plan with you. The Assessor will continue to visit you, give you on-the-job training and undertake assessments of your work.
At the same time, you will be building a file of evidence with photographs and any references you get from other trades. Once the evidence is there to show you are operating at the standard of a Skilled Worker, the assessments finish. Then you will be awarded your NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Wall & Floor Tiling.
All SuperSkills construction qualifications are awarded by CSkills Awards – the leading awarding body for Construction in the UK. Following the training and assessment process, you will have an internationally recognised qualification, clearly demonstrating your capabilities to both home owners and employers.
A most important point – – NVQ’s (the letters stand for National Vocational Qualification) involve your work being assessed in the workplace. You cannot get your NVQ by just attending a training programme and you cannot just start getting assessed in a workplace until you have built up some experience. See why knowing that is important.
The Level 3 NVQ Diploma is a much bigger qualification than a Level 2. If you equate the qualification with GCSE’s the Level 2 is the “O” Level and Level 3 is at “A” Level. Our clients are very experienced trades and achieve the qualification by On Site Assessment and Training. You can download details of the qualification specification and units here.
Level 3 qualifications take longer than Level 2 – so they are more expensive. It may sound a little strange, but our staff will always check with you just why you want to be assessed for Level 3. It’s not because we don’t want to do the work – far from it! It’s because we find that quite often the client only needs to have Level 2 for the CSCS Card they require. At SuperSkills, we simply do not believe in selling you something you don’t need.
You don’t need your Level 2 to be able to get assessed for Level 3. Yes – another myth busted. You can be what is called a “Level 3 Jumper” – a candidate who has all the skills and capabilities and who is working at Level 3 standard.
Please also see our Easy Payment Terms, which allow you to “Pay As You Go” with SuperSkills. Don’t forget, your qualification fees are tax-deductible.
At SuperSkills we know the vast majority of our customers are looking for qualifications that can be obtained simply, quickly and conveniently. That’s why we are always on the end of the telephone if you want to talk about the best qualification route for you. Just call us on 01845 527 445 or fill in the form to find out more.
You can see all our Wall & Floor Tiling NVQ Courses here.
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