Opinion On A Level 6 or 7 NVQ
Many experienced construction managers who have earned strong educational credentials in construction management, such as HNCs, HNDs, and degrees, are disregarding the notion of completing a Level 6 or 7 NVQ because they believe their academic achievements are considerably more valuable. Many say that obtaining their academic degrees took more than three years, that they paid an exorbitant amount of money, that they worked long hours, that they attended seminars and lectures, and that they took arduous examinations in the quest of academic brilliance.
This might be accurate, but ignoring the advantages of pursuing a competence-based assessment certification when one is available at level 6 or 7 may be detrimental in terms of professional growth and job possibilities. This is especially true in the construction sector, where many people believe that competency-based certifications are more valuable than academic credentials. Academic credentials, like degrees, provide an option to enter the construction business, and while achieving such a certification is admirable, an individual may get a degree without ever setting foot on a construction site.
What Is A Construction NVQ?
In its building-related role, a Construction NVQ is a certification used to indicate a person’s competence. From the information they have given, an assessor may evaluate the skill of the trainee to do their job. Construction NVQs are available from levels 2-7, depending on the qualification chosen. However, we are going to focus on a level 6 or 7 NVQ.
Black CSCS Card
A Black CSCS card, for instance, cannot be obtained with an academic qualification such as a degree. The Black CSCS card is connected to a level 6 or 7 NVQ, demonstrating professional competency and confirming a person’s abilities, understanding, and experience earned over time in an authentic construction setting. Individuals with educational achievements, on the other hand, are eligible to register for a White AQP (Academically Qualified Persons) CSCS card.
Similarly, we feel that construction managers who initially earned academic credentials before gaining real-world experience should seize the chance to be appreciated for their abilities. Competence-based evaluation credentials enhance academic credentials and significantly improve an individual’s job prospects.
CST Training specialises in delivering the Level 6 or 7 NVQ in construction management, and interested learners frequently seek our assistance and direction on how to proceed with their occupational growth. At level 6 and 7, all of our assessors and internal verifiers are members or fellows of the chartered institute of building (CITB).
Why CST For Your Level 6 or 7 NVQ?
CST Training provides you with training solutions to meet your needs, as an individual or as a business. We provide extremely competitive prices with great turn around times, to ensure that our clients are always left satisfied. Above all, we are honest and reliable and always meet the standards expected of us, and more.
If you have any questions regarding a level 6 or 7 NVQ then do not hesitate to get in touch today as our team will be happy to help.