Frequently asked questions about Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Demolition
What is a Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Demolition?
The Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Demolition is a vocational qualification that provides individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to work in the demolition industry at a supervisory or technical level. It is designed to assess the competence of individuals in carrying out demolition-related tasks and managing demolition projects.
What are the entry requirements for the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Demolition?
The specific entry requirements may vary depending on the training provider or awarding body. However, typically, candidates should have relevant work experience in the demolition industry and a certain level of understanding of the industry's practices and processes. Some providers may also require candidates to have a Level 2 qualification in a related field.
What topics or units are covered in the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Demolition?
The specific units and topics covered in the qualification may vary, but they typically include areas such as planning and preparing for demolition work, managing health and safety during demolition operations, coordinating resources for demolition projects, supervising demolition operations, and evaluating the outcomes of demolition projects.
How is the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Demolition assessed?
The assessment for the Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Demolition is based on the demonstration of practical skills and knowledge in real work environments. Candidates will typically need to compile a portfolio of evidence that demonstrates their competence in various aspects of demolition work. Assessors will observe the candidate's work, conduct professional discussions, and review the portfolio to assess the candidate's performance.
Can I apply for a CCDO card on completion?
Yes, You can be eligible for the blue CCDO Advanced Demolition Operative (Topman), as long as you have completed the relevant Supervisor Health and Safety Test within 2 years of applying for the card. You must also hold a current Asbestos Awareness Certificate (as a minimum). Other higher level Asbestos Training will be accepted. Please contact Workforce Skills Support for further CCDO Experienced, Trainee card information and all other training requirements which are also needed to be achieved to support card applications.