Construction Supervision and Management NVQs are work-related, competence based qualifications that reflect the knowledge and skills to do a specific job and correspond directly to academic equivalents.
NVQs offer flexible training with no age limits or special entry requirements and no need to leave the work place. They are achieved through assessment by a qualified assessor.
Pearson is the leading accredited awarding body in the UK for NVQs and CASL has been a Pearson approved assessment centre for Construction Supervision and Management NVQs at Levels 3, 4, 6 and 7 since 2002.
CASL assessors work with UK-based and overseas learners.
As part of the NVQ assessment process, CASL help learners gain membership of industry professional bodies and the right CSCS card.
CASL assesses a wide range of Construction Supervision and Management NVQs at Levels 3 through to Level 7. Our NVQs are suitable for individuals who already have site construction and building skills as well as those starting out in the industry.
Our assessors work with the individual to determine the NVQ that is right for them based on their work experience.
CASL provides full support in helping learners gain professional membership of the prominent construction industry professional bodies, including the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
This service is part of the assessment fee and is provided at no additional cost to the learner.
Membership of industry professional bodies bring benefits such as boosting individual career and salary prospects through internationally recognised qualifications.
Each individual will have specific work experiences and vocational qualifications and CASL provide a “go to” service as each learner considers application for membership of their respective industry professional body.
The Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) awards CSCS cards to reflect the competency level of the construction worker and the CSCS card awarded reflects the NVQ Diploma course that the learner enrols onto/achieves.
CASL supports each learner in gaining the correct CSCS card upon registration or completion of their construction vocational qualification. This service is provided at no additional cost to the learner.
At the current time, a Gold CSCS card is issued for a Level 4 NVQ Construction Diploma qualification and a Black CSCS card for a Level 6 or Level 7 Construction Diploma qualification.
Periodically the CSCS scheme is reappraised to ensure it remains fit for purpose and CASL assessors will advise learners as to the correct CSCS cards to reflect any resulting changes.
The Construction Skills Certification Scheme is pleased to announce the relaunch of its website – www.cscs.uk.com. If you have ever applied for a CSCS card you probably visited the website to assist with your application. CSCS have completely redesigned the website’s layout to make sure the information visitors need is easier to access. Alan O’Neile, Head […]
Most people in construction are familiar with Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) cards. It’s the card that provides proof that individuals working on construction sites have the appropriate training and qualifications for the job they do on site. In most cases applicants are required to achieve a recognised construction related qualification (usually an NVQ or […]
CITB are updating the Health, safety and environment test from the 26th June 2019. Anyone taking the test after the 26th June 2019 should purchase the updated revision materials which will be available from 15 May 2019. The HS&E test helps to raise the health, safety and environment standards for those working in the construction industry – giving employers the […]
The Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) is to phase out cards issued under industry accreditation – also known as grandfather rights. The cards allowed workers to obtain CSCS cards on the strength of an employer’s recommendation rather than the achievement of a recognised qualification. They were already closed to new applicants in 2010 but those […]
The positive feedback I have given is based on my true experiences during the duration of the course. This is a challenging course but very worthwhile with Lance, Vanessa and the wider team were helpful and responsive to all questions which were essential in helping me achieve my qualification.
Excellent service from all members of CASL staff. Extremely helpful in all aspects of this process.
Had a great experience, and hopefully looking to progress this to the next level as my career progresses.
Great help from CASL team throughout the process, highly recommended.
Lance and his team where always on hand to provide invaluable assistance when required. I would highly recommend CASL services.
Excellent service and easy to understand procedures
I have been totally satisfied with the instruction and advice given by both Lance and Vanessa at CASL. They have assisted me through a learning process I did not always find easy whilst fulfilling a demanding job and at age 56 going back to ‘school’ was never going to be easy. Many thanks to them.
Variety of options made available for contacting CASL for support, questioning and submitting modules. Speedy responses allowed myself to proceed onto new modules without having to wait long periods.
A fantastic service from everybody, John, Vanessa and Lance have been great and most helpful. I would and will recommend CASL in the future
Vanessa/Lance were excellent in giving me feedback & offering advise & guidance throughout the whole of the process. Made it very easy to pick up the phone or send an email with queries with a quick response back.
Absolute brilliant team working here to help me successfully complete my NVQ. Would recommend this to anyone.
The whole process was organized and well run. It was a pleasure working with CASL and I would be happy to recommend them to anyone. I would happly do any further qualification through CASL in the future.