Level 3 Diploma in Fencing
The Level 3 Diploma in Fencing (NVQ) is based on the National Occupational Standards which reflect the working practices of fence installers. The standards were developed by a group representing employers, fencing manufacturers and contractors, training organisations and other organisations with an interest in fencing, such as the Highways Agency and Railtrack
The qualification aims to give candidates the opportunity to develop their skills and demonstrate competence across the full range of activities that fencing supervisors need to be able to do as part of their everyday work.
The qualification also allows candidates to select units which apply to work in general fencing.
The structure of the qualification also enables Continual Professional Development activities. The evidence is then recorded for those candidates who may not want the full qualification.
This qualification has evolved from the Level 3 NVQ in Fencing and has a direct link to the National Occupational Standards.
How is your Level 3 Diploma in Fencing achieved?
To achieve the diploma you must build a portfolio of evidence to prove your competence in the job in line with the national occupational standards.
Our team of assessors will carry out work based observations. They will also judge whether you are competent at the task you are undertaking. The assessor will also question you to ensure you have all the relevant knowledge and understanding.
The assessor will work in partnership with the candidate to collect evidence. They ensure that you meet both the performance criteria and the knowledge and understanding criteria.
The Diploma alone, does not teach you new skills, but confirms you are able to undertake the task. Furthermore, if during the process training needs are identified they can be delivered via the FaCT training department in agreement with Fact and your employer.
What does the Level 3 Diploma in Fencing include?
The diploma includes 9 units
- Manage the establishment of lines and levels
- Monitor and maintain the installation of fences
- Monitor the quality of fence installation
- Organise the fencing site
- Control the deployment of materials and also components
- Control resources in support of fence installation
- Inspect fencing to identify defects and repair options
- Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and also security of the workplace
- Maintain and enhance productive working relationships
Within each unit there is a list of learner outcomes. Learner outcomes are what you must prove you can do and what you understand. Linked to each outcome is an assessment criteria which details what you must do.
Your assessor will work with you to ensure your full understanding. They will support you as you progress through the qualification.
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