Level 3 Heritage NVQ Diploma

This qualification can only be achieved whilst a trainee is employed. Follow the links on the CITB website to find qualifcations and training providers

Assessment for the qualification is carried out in the workplace, with the trainee also creating a portfolio of evidence which is also assessed. The trainee will have to register with a suitable training provider who offers this qualification. Currently, the following craft occupations have a National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Diploma at Level 3:

  • Blacksmith
  • Brickworker
  • Mason
  • Finisher
  • Facade Preservation
  • Dry Stone
  • Decorative Occupations
  • Wall & Floor Tiler
  • Roof Slater & Tiler
  • Wood Occupations
  • Thatcher
  • Earth Waller
  • Plastering Occupations-Fibrous
  • Plastering Occupations-Solid
  • Metal Roofing   

 

Details for all these qualifications can be found on the CAAlliance website. If you achieve any of these qualifications, then you will be able to apply for a Heritage CSCS card

 

 

 

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