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CSCS Gold Card -Site Supervisor


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CSCS gold card, This advanced level is intended for highly skilled workers within the construction industry.

Whether you’ve completed your apprenticeship or hold an advanced NVQ/SVQ certification, a Gold CSCS card will show employers that you have the competence you need to operate as a skilled worker.

Do I qualify?

Most people qualify for their Gold card by doing at least one of the following:

  • •Achieved a level 3 SVQ or NVQ in a construction related environment
  • Completing an indentured apprenticeship with an approved body, such as the BATJIC or NJCBI, etc.
  • Completed an employer sponsored apprenticeship which included the achievement of a City and Guilds of London Institute Advanced Craft Certificate.

All attendees must already have passed the Health & Safety Test before applying for this card.

How long is it valid for?

This card is valid for five years and can be renewed.

What is the next step for cscs gold  ?

Many gold card holders seek higher NVQ or SVQ qualifications. If you become NVQ or SVQ qualified to level 4 or higher and gain sufficient work experience, you may attempt to earn your Gold (Supervisor) CSCS Card.

What is a site supervisor?

The responsibilities of site supervisors will vary from workplace to workplace. The structure and size of the business will dictate the specific day-to-day tasks supervisors oversee. There may also be crossover between the role and other titles such as team leader, shift manager or foreman.

Ultimately though, the role of supervisor will always involve overseeing the work of others to ensure they are carrying out their jobs correctly, efficiently, and safely. This normally involves carrying out key health and safety practise such as performing site checks and inspections. In the majority of cases, supervisors will report directly to a manager, and work to the specifications set by them.

How do I become a site supervisor?

The best way to get into site supervision is by working your way up from the bottom. Most supervisors start out in entry-level positions such as labourers or bricklayers, gaining vital experience of working day to day on construction sites.

Working hard and proving competency in these roles will build up a level of trust between you and your existing supervisors and managers. This combined with an eagerness to develop and a positive attitude. May put you in a position where you can develop your skillset through work shadowing and receiving increased responsibility on site.

Once you have some supervisory responsibilities, you can start to think about getting a supervisor qualification and your CSCS Gold .