The Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management

The Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management

Duration 1440 hours
Lectures 440 Guided Learning Hours

Black CSCS  The Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management

Regular price – Level 7. £2400 + vat

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  • Evaluate via questions
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Excerpt – The Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management

The Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management qualification is for those who are responsible for developing and applying health and safety procedures day-to-day in their organisation. They may be a staff member, supervisor or manager looking to improve their knowledge and skills.

This qualification is competence-based, candidates must demonstrate the level of competence described in the units. Assessment is the process of measuring a candidate’s skill, knowledge and understanding against the standards set in the qualification.

Level 7 Diploma in Construction Senior Management is aimed at senior managers in the construction industry working in a wide range of job roles.

CURRICULUM –  To achieve the qualification candidates must complete 4 Mandatory units in Group A plus a minimum of six units from two optional groups from Group B.

Group A Mandatory Units.

  • Manage teams in construction
  • Lead and participate in meetings in construction management
  • Provide ethical advice, judgement and service in construction management
  • Develop self and others in construction management

Group B Optional Units.

Group B1 Project Development Units; Optional Units

  • Prepare and agree a project brief and development programme in construction
  • Manage design development and processes in construction
  • Assess and evaluate the environmental impact of developments in construction management
  • Evaluate sustainable resources and requirements in construction management
  • Manage marketing and customer service in construction organisations

Group B2 Procurement Contracts and Budget Units; Optional Units

  • Implement strategic sourcing partnerships in construction management
  • Establish project procurement arrangements in construction management
  • Manage procurement processes in construction management
  • Prepare and submit estimates, bids and tenders in construction management
  • Ensure that contracts are prepared, negotiated and concluded in construction management
  • Control organisational and project income and expenditure in construction management

Group B3 Project Control Optional Units

  • Manage project risks and opportunities in construction
  • Manage project processes in construction management
  • Manage project evaluation and feedback in construction
  • Control project outcomes in construction
  • Evaluate and progress the resolution of disputes in construction management
  • Manage project completion in construction