This qualification can lead to employment as manager on site, with responsibility for identifying teams, controlling project progress against against the agreed programme, quality and standards and controlling project quantities and costs. Learners can specialise in management in different contexts: Building and Civil Engineering, Highways Maintenance and Repair, Residential Development, Traditional and Heritage Building, Demolition, Tunnelling or Retrofit.

This blended approach of learning will be suitable for most and you can be assured learners will receive top of the range training from our trainers.

Course Outline

This course is structured in much the same way as other NVQs. At its core, there are eight modules which provide site managers of all sorts with the skills they need to thrive.

  • Developing and Maintaining Good Occupational Working Relationships in the Workplace
  • Allocating Work and Checking People’s Performance in the Workplace
  • Establishing, Implementing and Maintaining Systems for Managing Health, Safety and Welfare in the Workplace
  • Evaluating and Selecting Work Methods to Meet Project or Operational Requirements in the Workplace
  • Monitoring Construction Related Project Activities in the Workplace
  • Controlling Project Progress Against Agreed Quality Standards in the Workplace
  • Controlling Project Progress Against Agreed Programmes in the Workplace
  • Managing Personal Development in a Construction-Related Workplace

On top of these, there are an additional eleven modules which the learner will need to complete in order to progress along the Building and Civil Engineering pathway:

  • Identifying and Enabling Learning Opportunities for Given Work Teams in the Workplace
  • Contributing to the Identification of Work Teams in the Workplace
  • Establishing, Controlling and Monitoring Environmental Factors and Sustainability in the Workplace
  • Planning The Preparation of the Site for the Project or Operation in the Workplace
  • Ensuring that Work Activities and Resources Meet Project Work Requirements in the Workplace
  • Identifying, Allocating and Planning the Deployment and Use of Plant, Equipment or Machinery in the Workplace
  • Organising, Controlling and Monitoring Supplies of Materials in the Workplace
  • Establishing and Monitoring Communication Systems and Organisational Procedures in the Workplace
  • Establishing Project Dimensional Control Criteria in the Workplace Controlling Project Quantities and Costs in the Workplace
  • Evaluating Feedback Information and Recommending Improvements in the Workplace

There are no optional units included in this course

On Completion

Upon successful completion and achievement of this course, learners will be awarded an NVQ level 6 which will allow them to apply for a CSCS black card

Who Should Attend?

Construction site managers looking to gain a Black CSCS Card or a Manager Card will find that this NVQ Level 6 Construction Site Management – Building & CE course provides a useful way forward.

To be considered for enrolment, you’ll need to hold an existing position as a site manager.

Course Duration

The guided learning hours for a Level 6 in Construction Site Management is 847 hours.