Frequently asked

NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Steel fixing Occupations (Construction) is the authorised vocational qualification for steel fixers with experience in the construction industry.

The amount of the on-site assessment will depend on the course. Some courses involve simpler skills, and consequently can be assessed relatively quickly.

Initial payment is 50% and will be required on the day of registration.

This truly depends on your commitment however, generally Level 2 assessment normally takes around 4 – 12 weeks.

Evidence of your NVQ assessment can be submitted electronically.

Different sorts of construction NVQ will require different levels of independent study. For all NVQ qualifications you will need to complete a course workbook which will demonstrate theoretical knowledge of the qualification you wish to achieve.

Yes. Once your initial fee is paid, you can apply for a Red (Trainee) or Red (Experienced Worker) CSCS card. Extra fees may apply.

Yes. If you hold the required skills and experience to pass a higher-level assessment, you can be assessed for any NVQ level.

If you do not attain the required credits to complete the NVQ, you will not be awarded one. However, it’s technically impossible to fail an NVQ.