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June 18, 2019

CSCS to end NVQ exemptions for CITB HS&E Test from 2 September 2019

The CSCS skills card scheme is ending an exemption to the CITB health, safety and environment test following the consultation with its partners including the CITB. Normally, most applicants are required to achieve a recognised construction related qualification (usually an NVQ or SVQ) as well as pass the CITB safety test within the last two years.

If applicants have achieved an SVQ or NVQ within the last two years they currently do not have to sit the CITB Health, Safety and Environment Test.

CSCS’s Director of Operations Gordon Jenkins commented saying: “ CSCS are bound by the requirements of the Industrial Strategy for Construction. The Industrial Strategy is overseen by the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) who, in 2015, announced that all card schemes displaying the CSCS logo should only issue skilled cards to applicants who hold nationally recognised construction related qualifications and have passed a separate health and safety element.

Accepting the recent completion of an SVQ or NVQ as an exemption to taking the CITB Health, safety and environment test is no longer in step with the wishes of the industry and as such the exemption will be withdrawn.”


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January 2, 2020

CDC Awarded Approved Status for Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC)

CDC are absolutely delighted to confirm that we’ve been awarded ‘Approved Learning Provider’ status by the Minstry of Defence (MOD) […]

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December 6, 2019

Success for CDC at London Build 2019

We have enjoyed some great exposure at this year’s London Build Exhibition organised at the Olympia London, on 27 – 28 […]

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August 28, 2019

CDC will be exhibiting at London Build 2019

Construction Development Centre Ltd will be exhibiting at London Build, the leading construction and design show for London, being held […]

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June 14, 2019

We have chosen WoRC to be our partner charity this year

CDC is delighted to sponsor WoRC – Work Rights Centre, a registered charity dedicated to ending in-work poverty by helping […]

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April 27, 2019

New Qualification Checking System launched by the ECS and City & Guilds

The Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) certifies the skills of electrotechnical workers across the UK. Holding an ECS card proves your qualification status, […]

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April 15, 2019

A Quick Guide on How to Select an Accredited Construction Training Provider

Have you ever wondered what’s the accreditation process/procedure to become an Awarding Body Approved Training & Assessment Centre for the […]

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