Construction Management NVQs provide a vocational route through to associate and/or chartered membership of a wide selection of highly regarded professional bodies within the Construction Sector.
Membership of these bodies can boost individual’s career prospects, open up new opportunities to members and give access to a wide network of construction professionals to help members progress within the industry.
The CIOB is the professional body that represents construction and property professionals who work within the built environment with a membership base of 48,000.
The CIOB recognises achievement of Pearson Edexcel National Vocational Qualifications in the construction occupational area as an approved vocational route through to Chartered Membership of the CIOB (MCIOB).
Attainment of the Level 6 and Level 7 Construction Management NVQ Diplomas allow access to MCIOB through the professional review process.
The Level 7 NVQ Diploma provides academic exemption from the full review process with a fast track route involving the completion and submission of an abridged CIOB application form.
CASL support and assist you upon completion of your vocational qualification with us in registering your interest to apply for Chartered Membership with CIOB and in the completion of the abridged application form. As a chartered member you can use the designatory letters MCIOB.
Further information can be found on the CIOB website.
RICS is a professional body that recognises professionals within the land, property, construction, and infrastructure sectors with 125,000 members workdwide.
Professionals holding RICS qualifications may use the following designatory letters after their name: MRICS, FRICS and/or AssocRICS.
Associate membership of the RICS is open to those undertaking vocational qualifications and with this qualification you can use the designatory letters AssocRICS.
Completion of the Level 6 or 7 Construction Management NVQ Diploma allows the individual to apply to become an associate member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.
Enrol online under the section “approved direct entry to Associate membership”
Further information on the assessment process can be found on the RICS website
ICE is an independent professional association for civil engineers in the United Kingdom with over 92,000 members.
As a member of other professional bodies such as CIOB and RICS, you are likely to be eligible to apply to become an Associate Member of ICE and use the designatory letters EngTEch MICE/IEng MICE.
Completion of the Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management allows you the opportunity to apply for Chartered Membership of the ICE and use the designation CEng MICE.
Further information can be found on the ICE website.
SocEnv is the body responsible for the registration of environmental professionals and champions the expertise of environmental professionals with 9,000 members.
As a member of CIOB and with experience on sustainability projects an individual can apply to become a member of the Society for the Environment (SocEnv) and become a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) on completion of the Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management. For further information please refer to the SocEnv website.
Individuals on admittance can use the designatory letters CEnv.