The National Certificate for Quality Assurance in Building Self Compliance (NQUAC) program teaches building and construction trade recognition service skills to builders. This skill assessment is necessary to comply with building regulations set out by the United Kingdom’s Building Regulations. Many tradespeople are self-employed and need to have a continuous skill assessment to ensure that they remain at the top of their trade. The certificate program teaches contractors how to perform quality assessments that are relevant to the trades they work in, and how to use them to improve their skills in the construction industry.
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There are many ways to ensure that you’re meeting the regulations set out by your employing authorities, including checking with the Civil Service Examination Board (CSER) and the United Kingdom Qualifying Body for Building (UKQB). Contractors who are registered with either the Construction Skills Certification Scheme or the Contractor’s Register may also take an examination from the NQF or the AITC. The examination in the AITC is known as the National Qualification Examination and is normally taken over two weeks, during which time you will be able to demonstrate your knowledge of the trade skill level which you’re aiming for and what you’ve achieved in terms of a permanent residency.
The NQUAC examination is also taken over two weeks, during which you will demonstrate your ability to identify and report problems, resolve them, follow up on those solutions and record your progress in an evaluation form. Once you have completed this test, you will need to take a further skill assessment that covers additional material and will help you decide if you’re fit for the job of a tradesperson. The assessor will judge both your practical and theoretical knowledge and depending on whether you gained the relevant qualifications, you will receive either a certificate or an anzhium skill level indicator. This skill assessment allows the employer to see how confident they can be about the level of skills you possess. If you receive an indicator rating of more than 75%, it is possible to increase your qualifications and receive an improved rating.