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To achieve your NVQ first you will have an interview with your assessor where an action plan will be arranged. NVQ?s are achieved through on the job assessment, during which an assessor will arrange to visit you at your place of work where you will be monitored and questioned by the assessor. Your assessor will sign off units when the candidates are ready. The assessor will test your bricklaying knowledge, understanding and work performance to make sure you can demonstrate competence in the workplace. Your assessor may then advise you on what they have observed, giving you guidance or advise if you need it They will then tell you if you have passed the assessment as competent for single units or the whole NVQ. The NVQ is made up of 5 mandatory units and a choice of optional units. You will be required to demonstrate competency via assessment in the workplace or in college undertaking specific tasks. You will also be required to demonstrate the relevant level of understanding to support your practical skills. Mandatory Units: Conform to General Workplace Safety Conform to Efficient Working Practices Move and Handle Resources Erect masonry structures Set out masonry structures Optional Units: (any 1 of the following) Erect Masonry Cladding Lay Domestic Drainage Erect Thin Joint Structures Place and Finish Non-Specialist Concrete Plaster and Render Surfaces Maintain Slate and Tile Roofing

To achieve your NVQ first you will have an interview with your assessor where an action plan will be arranged. NVQ?s are achieved through on the job assessment, during which an assessor will arrange to visit you at your place of work where you will be monitored and questioned by the assessor. Your assessor will sign off units when the candidates are ready. The assessor will test your bricklaying...

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