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Neil Salvidge Training

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Neil has an enthusiasm and passion for sharing knowledge and understanding. By releasing the potential of you and your team will make a massive difference. In this constantly changing environment, understanding guidance and regulation from all levels within organisations plays a major role in health and safety, best practice and successful projects.

NVQ Level 2 Gas membrane Installation Assessment

Being one of the few specialist Assessors in this sector. I can offer initial support to Learners to full NVQ Assessment.

NVQ’s are based on national occupational standards. These standards are statements of performance that describe what competent people in a particular occupation are expected to be able to do.

NVQs assessment. is normally through on-the-job observation and questioning. Candidates produce evidence to prove they have the competence to meet the NVQ Units for the qualification.

You will need to achieve several Units that make up the full NVQ qualification. Some of the units will be mandatory and must be completed and others may be optional. Your assessor will discuss each unit in your qualification to ensure that you are able to provide the evidence required. Your assessor will also discuss how the evidence will be collected and by who.

NVQ’s must be delivered in English (Welsh or Irish if authorised by Cskills Awards), learners must therefore have an appropriate level of understanding of these languages before their qualification commences. Interpreters and translators are not acceptable for any part of the qualification.

NVQ Level 3 Occupational Works Supervision

Looking to gain more knowledge and experience, improve your reputation when tendering on projects.

NVQ Level 3 in Occupational works Supervision offers confidence that site teams are working to the highest standards, quality is being checked and lines of communication between all parties are working.

Having third party verification conducted, understanding the protocols and requirements could have major impact on projects. Having that key Supervisor on site will make all the difference.

I can support initial assessment requirements leading the access to the assessment process.

NVQ Level 3 Verification of Ground Gas Protection Systems

Having developed the qualification units for this award, I’m keen to support interested individuals who may wish to peruse this award. From initial discussions, assessment planning to verification support.

This qualification is aimed at learners who wish to become third-party verifiers of gas proof membrane installation. Independent testing and verification of these installations is an important and valuable role, where a high-quality install is imperative.

The degree and intensity of independent verification should reflect the assessed level of risk, the nature of the gas protection system, the quality of the product(s) and the competence of the installer.

Who could take this Qualification?
The CITB/NSAC level 3 Diploma in Verification of Ground Gas Protection Systems is available to experienced practitioners who are active in planning, implementing and reporting verification processes, or those who are occupationally experienced in gas membrane installation and workplace supervision in the ground gas sector.

Gas membrane installation in practice

There’s nothing better than doing the job! Practical training sessions at your premises with all levels of your team can ease the technicalities of making the project successful.

Bespoke training can be either an on-site day installing, or a workshop-based event with theory to support what needs to be done and why.

Industry best practice – Health & Safety, Risk Assessment

Are you and your team doing what needs to be done to stay safe?
Having nearly 10 years’ experience in assessing in various sectors, including Occupational Works Supervision, gaps in knowledge and practice could have a serious impact on your activities. Keeping up to date and maintaining understanding is vital.

Adding training events may not be high on the priority list but identifying gaps or improvements might make a significant difference.
Contact us to discuss reviewing where you and your team are placed if things happen.

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