NVQ Level 2 Painting and Decorating qualification is a competency-based course for the construction sector. By qualifying, you will be able to show that you are qualified in your role to both employers and clients.
NVQ Level 2 Painting and Decorating course content Upon enrolling, we will assign you with an assessor who will assist you in building a portfolio of evidence. They will also arrange an induction with you that can be completed on-site or remotely. During the induction, the assessor will outline how you can obtain the required evidence to complete the qualification. Following the induction, the assessor will arrange review meetings to ensure that you keep on track. Throughout the NVQ you will be assessed on-site by a range of methods, such as observations, professional discussions, written questions, evidence generated from the workplace and witness testimonials.
Candidates must complete 6 Mandatory units.
Painter (6 mandatory units)
Industrial Painter (6 mandatory units plus 1 optional unit)
Heritage Painter (7 Mandatory units)
You must gather evidence in:
Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the workplace
Conforming to productive working practices in the workplace
Moving, handling and storing resources.
Erecting and dismantling access/working platforms in the workplace.
Preparing surfaces for painting and decorating.
Applying surface coatings by brush and roller in the workplace
Operating the paint sprayer equipment. (Industrial Painter pathway only)
Operating the abrasive blast cleaner. (Industrial Painter pathway only)
Applying coatings by the airless spray method. (Industrial Painter pathway only)
Preparing surfaces by abrasive blast cleaning. (Industrial Painter pathway only)
Preparing and painting surfaces on conservation or restoration projects. (Heritage Painter pathway only)
To pass the NVQ, you are required to gather all the evidence needed to complete each unit. By doing so, you will be able to prove that you are competent enough to obtain the qualification. The assessor will then go through the finished portfolio and present any feedback to you. Once you have acknowledged the feedback, the IQA will then receive the portfolio. The IQA will have the concluding decision on whether the qualification is complete or if any additional evidence is needed.
How long is a Level 2 Painting and Decorating NVQ? This is dependent on how quickly you can gather the relevant evidence will determine the length of your NVQ. You can work with your assessor to ensure that you have your qualification completed as promptly as possible. You can also manage the qualification around your busy schedule. Whatever suits you.
Why should I take this course? Painters and decorators who are looking to obtain their Skilled Worker CSCS Card should attend this course. By gaining the required skills card for your role you are showing that you have the knowledge and ability to conduct it properly. An NVQ is a nationally recognised qualification for showing an individual’s competency. They are fondly looked at by employers and will assist in career progression. Level 2 qualifications can be used as a gateway into the industry for apprentices and new people in construction. NVQ Level 2 Painting and Decorating Course entry requirements The qualification will assess your competence in your current job role. Therefore, to enrol, you must be in full-time employment as a Painter & Decorator. The qualification also requires you to be aged 16 or above. For more information on qualification suitability, contact TD Training Centre by the enquiry form or send us an email. Is this course accredited? ProQual is the awarding bodies for this course. Further development On completion of the NVQ, you will receive a certificate. The qualification does not have an expiry date and therefore does not need to be renewed. Once the qualification has been completed, you will be able to apply for theskilled worker card This will confirm that you have the appropriate qualifications to work in your role. If a level 2 qualification is not sufficient for you, then you could apply for the Painting & Decorating Diploma Level 3. Costs Course Cost £950 (discount of up to 20% available at managers discretion)
Full Payment or optional Payment Plan available
Cost of Course = £950
Initial Payment – £317
2 x Monthly Instalments @ £316.50
Total Payment = £950
Certificate will only be issued upon receiving full payment at the end of the course.
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