Part Time NVQ Level 2 Plant Operations (Slinger Signaller/Loader Securer Pathway)

Hull College
In Hull

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Description

The course is made up of units or areas of activity in the workplace. NVQs are practical work-based qualifications that are recognised by employers and colleges throughout the UK. They are awarded to people who have proved their skill, knowledge and understanding of all aspects of their job. These qualifications demonstrate an individuals occupational competence in their job role. There are.

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Starts Location
On request
Hull
Queen'S Gardens (Chesters Building), East Riding of Yorkshire, England

Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

There are no entry requirements or age restrictions for this qualification. It is open to any candidate who has the potential to meet the requirements for the qualification. Plant Operations has been designed to be used in a range of areas including engineering for people who are employed in plant operations as a slinger signaller/loader securer requiring preparing the plant or machinery...

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01/04/2015
What I would highlight I did an NVQ on plant operations (pedestrian crane and slinger). It was a good independent course and the facilities were incredible.

What could be improved Doing it on weekend.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
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Course programme


NVQ Level 2 Plant Operations (Slinger Signaller/Loader Securer Pathway)

Course Details

The course is made up of units or areas of activity in the workplace. NVQs are practical work-based qualifications that are recognised by employers and colleges throughout the UK. They are awarded to people who have proved their skill, knowledge and understanding of all aspects of their job. These qualifications demonstrate an individuals occupational competence in their job role. There are three mandatory units: 1. Conform to general workplace safety 2. Conform to efficient work practices Either:- 3. Prepare plant or machinery for operational performance lifting plant or machines Or:- 4. Prepare plant or machinery for operational performance transferring plant or machines Optional units select 1 unit from these two:- 1. Direct and guide the movement of plant machinery slinger/signaller 2. Direct and guide the movement of plant machinery loader/securer and Optional units select 1 unit from these two:- 3. Arrange and secure loads slinger/signaller 4. Arrange and secure loads loader/securer Candidates must obtain 3 mandatory units plus 2 optional units. 1 from each of the optional sections for a full award. The primary objective of the Plant Operations qualification is to contribute to the development of a competent workforce as a whole. This can be done where possible by integrating NVQs into the organisations models for personnel and business development and recognizing the competence of the people who make up the workforce at all levels.

Qualifications required:
There are no entry requirements or age restrictions for this qualification. It is open to any candidate who has the potential to meet the requirements for the qualification. Plant Operations has been designed to be used in a range of areas including engineering for people who are employed in plant operations as a slinger signaller/loader securer requiring preparing the plant or machinery before operating to direct and guide the movement and to arrange and secure the load.

Course length:
Candidates work a pace negotiated with the assessor and the qualification is usually completed within six months.

Venue:
The Programme is delivered in the candidate's workplace.

Start Date:
The Programme may be started at any time of the year.

Course hours:
Flexible, as negotiated between the Assessor and the Candidate

Additional info:
Benefits to the employee As well as giving them the opportunity to develop new skills, the NVQ Level 2 Plant Operations provides the employee with a better understanding of their role benchmarked to National Standards of the industry. It also enables employees to gain nationally recognised qualifications, which will serve as a solid foundation for career progression and the achievement of higher level qualifications. Benefits to the employer It enhances the skills of the employee, thereby contributing to the improvement of performance in the workplace. It also boosts the motivation and confidence of the employee and provides an independent measure of performance against national standards. It generates tangible performance outcomes by contributing to increasing productivity and supporting existing training and development within the organisation. The qualification will be delivered by the Ports and Logistics Business Unit at Hull College. Hull College and the Ports and Logistics Business Unit are the proud bearers of the government's Total Quality Standard (TQS), which is the highest training accolade possible in working with employers and their employees. TQS recognises and celebrates those colleges and training providers that put employers and employees' training needs at the heart of what they do. We would be delighted to speak to you and answer any questions or queries you might have. Please contact Philip Houghton or Alison Wynn

Progression:
Skills for Logistics the Sector Skills Council for the freight industries - have established a framework for career progression across the whole of the Logistics Sector entitled the Professional Development Stairway, details of which can be found on
/>Further progression opportunities therefore reflect the range of career options within a logistics environment, which could include:
* NVQ Level 2 Port Operations
* Apprenticeship in Warehousing and Storage
* Apprenticeship in Ports and Logistics
* NVQ Level 3 Supervision of Port Operations

Session times:
This is a work-based qualification and the contact hours are negotiated between the Assessor and the Candidate

Days running:
Flexible, as negotiated between the Assessor and the Candidate


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