Frequently asked questions about the CSCS Red Experienced Manager Card
What is the CSCS Red Experienced Manager Card?
The CSCS Red Experienced Manager Card is for those in a Supervisor or manager position with at least 1 year of experience and are registered to complete a Construction related NVQ or SVQ at level 3 or higher.
How do I get a CSCS Red Experienced Manager Card?
Applicants must have passed the appropriate level CITB Health, Safety and Environment test within the last 2 years. CSCS recognised NVQ/SVQ qualifications and the relevant HSE test level can be checked using the CSCS Card Finder.
This temporary card is available specifically to Supervisors, Managers and Technical Workers with on the job experience (normally at least one year in the last three) whom are registered to a complete a Construction Related Technical, Supervisory or Management NVQ or SVQ at Level 3 or higher, which is acceptable for a CSCS card.
What evidence do I need for the CSCS Red Experienced Manager Card?
Experienced Worker card applicants must be able to provide proof of registration onto their qualification. As a minimum, you are required to provide evidence from your Training Organisation awarding body that must include:
Full qualification title of the NVQ/SVQ you are registered to, including level
Date of registration (must be in the last 2 years)
How long does the CSCS Red Experienced Manager Card last for?
The card is valid for three years and cannot be renewed. Cardholders are expected to complete their qualification by the time the card expires and apply for a skilled CSCS card.
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