Construction | NOCN NVQ Diploma in Building Maintenance Multi-trade Repair and Refurbishment Operations | Level 2
Why this course?
This NVQ is delivered in your workplace and can start at any point throughout the year.
It has been designed to develop and recognise your skills, knowledge and competence so that you can work in two or more of the following: carpentry and joinery; painting and decorating; tiling; roofing; or an array of other construction trades.
To apply for this course you must be working in industry carrying out maintenance operations. Interview required.
The learner will learn key practical skills and workplace knowledge in these mandatory units:
• Conforming to general health, safety and welfare
• Conforming to productive working practices
• Moving, handling and storing resources
• Deliver reliable customer service
The learner will also learn key practical skills and knowledge in some of the following optional units:
• Erecting and dismantling access/working platforms
• Repairing, replacing and renewing gates, posts and fencing
• Maintaining non-structural carpentry work
• Applying paint systems by brush and roller
• Preparing background surfaces for plastering, tiling and panelling
• Hanging standard paper wall coverings
• Tiling wall and floor structures
• Preparing background surfaces
Other units are available covering plastering, roofing and cladding, and repairing stonemasonry.
The Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Building Maintenance Multi-trade Repair and Refurbishment Operations has been developed for delivery in a working environment; this means you need to be employed to study this qualification. It has been designed to develop and recognise your skills, knowledge and competence so that you can work in two or more of the following disciplines: carpentry and joinery, painting and decorating, and tiling, plastering, roofing or trowel occupations within the construction industry. Alternatively, you could progress onto further learning.
This qualification supports the learner to gain, fundamental and transferable practical skills with associated underpinning knowledge. Although part of an apprenticeship, this qualification is available outside of an apprenticeship where either the learner’s circumstances prevent them undertaking a full apprenticeship or where their prior skills and knowledge mean they do not require all components of the apprenticeship. In addition, industry will accept the qualification on its own as entry to a job role.