Level 2 NVQ Certificate in Wall and Floor Tiling (Construction)
Why Do You Need It?
What is the purpose of this qualification?
This qualification meets the occupational standards required for Wall and Floor Tilers working in the construction industry
What does this qualification cover?
This qualification is based on the latest National Occupational Standards for Wall and Floor Tiling at operative level. It is entirely vocationally-related in its content. As an NVQ, all units within the qualifications are derived from these occupational standards directly, and evidence of knowledge, skill and understanding will be gained from a workplace or a realistic workplace situation.
It contains mandatory units in:
- Preparing backgrounds to receive wall and / or floor tiling
- Tiling wall and floor surfaces
- Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the workplace
- Moving, handling and storing resources
- Conforming to productive working practices in the workplace
Who can take this qualification?
This qualification is for all learners aged 16 and above who are capable of reaching the required standards and have opportunity to demonstrate practical skills in a realistic construction working environment. Learners do not need any prior qualifications, knowledge or experience before starting the qualification. They are likely, however to be working as roofers in Construction or be able to take on such responsibilities as progression from a lower level or trainee role. Although this qualification is a component of the intermediate Apprenticeship in Construction Specialist, (Wall and Floor Tiling pathway), it is also suitable for learners who may need or wish to take the qualification on its own. For example learners, working full, part-time or on a voluntary basis, or those who are not new to the role but need to upskill and/or demonstrate competency in the areas covered by the qualification.
What can this qualification lead to?
Learners may use the qualification to gain employment as Wall and Floor Tilers in construction sites. It may be used as evidence to prove competence to prospective employers directly or as a component of card competence schemes at Operative level. Such schemes are not a licence to practice and can be achieved by different routes (e.g. through the experienced worker route), but are widely recognised and used by many employers as proof of competence and access to sites.
Who supports this qualification?
The specification for these qualifications has been approved by the Welsh Government for use by centres in Wales and by the Council for the Curriculum Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) for use by centres in Northern Ireland. This qualification has been accredited onto the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).
How is this qualification assessed?
A portfolio of evidence gathered from a range of sources including workplace activities and realistic work environments, professional discussions, questioning and observation of performance
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