Our experienced assessors will guide you through the Dumper NVQ process making it straight forward for the candidate to complete.
No need to take time away from work unpaid, the Dumper NVQ is a site based assessment and must be carried out on your site. This NVQ takes approx 2.5 hours
When you book your Dumper NVQ with us you can be assured that you are booking directly with a training provider and not via one of the many brokers.
NVQ training (National Vocational Qualification) is a work-based qualification which recognises the skills and knowledge a person needs to do a job. The candidate needs to demonstrate and prove their competency within their chosen role or career path and have at least 6 months experience.
Turn Your Red Card To Blue.
Gaining the relevant S/NVQ will allow you to progress through the CPCS and NPORS/CSCS scheme. Enabling candidates to replace “Red Trained Operator card” with the “Blue Competent Operator card”. However, this needs to be carried out within the 2 year life of the card.
As an approved centre, Vally Plant Training are able to offer the S/NVQ qualifications in Plant operations level 2, site supervisor level 3 and the management of lifting operations level 5. Furthermore, we are also an SQA National Qualification approved centre.
The timescale required to complete the S/NVQ varies from 1 day to 10 weeks, during which time you will have the time to gather the relevant evidence required to achieve the relevant S/NVQ
OSAT (On Site Assessment And Training) – Workplace evidence is the primary source for demonstrating the candidate’s ability to meet the National Occupational Standards for skilled workers at the NVQ Level required. Evidence can include:
All of these methods are mandated and are in addition to other forms of evidence.
Any submitted evidence must support the candidate’s demonstration of skills, knowledge and understanding attained through performance in the workplace for at least 6 months.
Observation of the candidate‘s performance using the machine in the workplace producing the outcome of work
The witness must know the candidate and have a full familiarity of the work or activity identified in the testimony, be in a supervisory or mentor position and have a thorough understanding of the plant and application of work that the testimony relates to.
The candidate conducts a 1-to-1 discussion along with an assessor, during which they discuss how they have met the required relevant standards. Discussing both the work they have undertaken and the working methods used to carry out the work.
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