We have had a number of enquiries about the CSCS Gold Card for Structured Cabling Engineers. The eligibility rules are:
This card is available if you have either
- achieved an NVQ or SVQ level 3 or
- you have completed an approved indentured apprenticeship (e.g.with NJCBI, BATJIC etc.) or
- completed an employer sponsored apprenticeship which included the achievement of a City and Guilds of London Institute Advanced Craft Certificate.
This card is valid for five years.
All applicants must pass the CITB Health, Safety & Environment Test. For Advanced Craft occupations you should take the Operative or the Specialist test depending what your occupation is. For Supervisory occupations you should take the Supervisors tests.
Please speak to us about available NVQ Level 3 courses available to gain your CSCS Gold Card.
Level 3 Qualification for Structured Cabling Engineers
We offer a Level 3 qualification that is delivered online. Engineers are required to build a portfolio of evidence. This is made up of information gathered in the workplace, answering online questions and submitting video or voice files which demonstrate competence. You will be supported by an assessor who will be on hand to guide you through the qualification.
Our Level 3 qualification will enable you to apply for a CSCS Gold Card (Communication Installer Team Leader).
The CSCS Gold Card is becoming more important for engineers working in structured networks as site managers are now insisting that engineers are in possession of these cards.
Structured cabling engineers should contact us if they would like more information about or course or how they get a CSCS Gold Card.