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NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Fenestration Installation

NVQ Level 3 Diploma covering door, window and conservatory installation.

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Product number: NVQ_L3_FEN|SW10061

To provide recognition of skills and knowledge such as installing doors, windows or conservatories and to provide a route to achieving a Gold CSCS Trade Card.

To Book

To book this course please Contact Us, and a member of our friendly team will walk you through the registration process and ensure that you are booking the right course at the right level for you.

Enter your details on our Contact Form and a member of our team will be in touch.

Use our online Live Chat and speak to one of our training advisors.

Or call us on 0345 605 0006.

  • Introduction to the qualification, usually taking place at an external centre – this will include paperwork for sign-up and registering with the awarding body.
  • Delegates will be provided with Knowledge Packs that they may complete in their own time; identifying the delegate’s current knowledge and skill set.
  • Following Completion of the Knowledge Packs, the Practical Observation will begin. This will be on the learner’s site, and may include visits from your assessor who will observe you working and offer support. Delegates may also be asked to record observations on camera for review by the assessor, on practical elements such as pre-shift and operation checks on the machinery.
  • There will then be a collection of Witness Testimonies (from site Supervisor’s / Manager’s etc.) and Additional Evidence by the assessor.
  • Finally, a one-to-one Professional Discussion will take place between the assessor and the delegate.

Mandatory Units (All to be completed)

  • A/600/7624 Maintain Health and Safety within the Fenestration Installation Working Environment
  • J/600/7657 Identify and Rectify Technical Problems in a Glass or Glass Related Working Environment
  • R/600/8262 Improve the Work of the Organisation through the use of Resources, Communication and Working Relationships in a Glass or Glass Related Working Environment
  • Y/600/6691Identify and Confirm Installation Requirements in Glass and Related Work

Optional Units Group 1 (1 Unit Required)

  • A/600/8269 Install Conservatories
  • F/602/4974 Remove and Install Box Sash Windows
  • J/602/4975 Remove and Install Oriel Windows
  • K/600/6677 Post Curtain Walling Activity
  • M/602/4971 Install Bay Windows
  • R/601/9200 Create Datum Points for Curtain Wall Installation
  • R/602/4977 Remove and Install Rooflight Windows
  • T/602/4969 Remove Bay Windows
  • Y/602/4978 Install Facetted, Structurally Glazed or Unitised Curtain Walling Systems

Optional Units Group 2 (1 Unit Required)

  • A/600/7655 Assess the Quality of Materials and Components in a Glass or Glass Related Working Environment
  • H/600/8430 Maintain/Repair Windows and Doors or Conservatories
  • J/602/4426 Control the Installation of Doors and Windows, or Conservatories, or Curtain Walling
  • T/600/7363 Promote and Maintain Health and Safety within Glass or Glass Related Working Environment
  • Y/600/8151 Ensure Resources are available to meet Work Requirements in a Glass or Glass Related Working Environment

Optional Units Group 3 (1 Unit Required)

  • R/600/6687 Install Curtain Walling Systems
  • T/600/8416 Install Window and Door
  • Y/600/8425 Install Glass and/or Panels into Windows and Doors

Optional Unit Group 4 (1 Unit Required)

  • K/600/8445 Understanding the Building Regulations in the Fenestration Industry
  • A/503/0536 Knowledge of Building Regulations and Legislation in Facades

This qualification is aimed at those who install doors, windows and conservatories or curtain walling. The qualification is at Level 3 and should be taken by those who are experienced installers capable of dealing with a wide range of problems, including working with installations that have complex requirements, and who can deal with all aspects of an installation, including the identification and rectification of technical problems. Delegates may be required to show their skills and knowledge in assessing products or work procedures and identifying possible improvements.

Delegates may take a technical or supervisory role, particularly in relation to less-experienced installers. They will also work closely with colleagues and have well-developed knowledge of the industry and the regulations and legislation that apply.


After Assessment, the assessor will cross-match all evidence collected with the awarding body standards and sign-off the delegate, if all standards have been met.

IQA will quality check the delegate’s portfolio.

Completion of this NVQ will allow you to apply for a Gold CSCS Trade card.


To provide recognition of skills and knowledge such as installing doors, windows or conservatories and to provide a route to achieving a Gold CSCS Trade Card.

To Book

To book this course please Contact Us, and a member of our friendly team will walk you through the registration process and ensure that you are booking the right course at the right level for you.

Enter your details on our Contact Form and a member of our team will be in touch.

Use our online Live Chat and speak to one of our training advisors.

Or call us on 0345 605 0006.

  • Introduction to the qualification, usually taking place at an external centre – this will include paperwork for sign-up and registering with the awarding body.
  • Delegates will be provided with Knowledge Packs that they may complete in their own time; identifying the delegate’s current knowledge and skill set.
  • Following Completion of the Knowledge Packs, the Practical Observation will begin. This will be on the learner’s site, and may include visits from your assessor who will observe you working and offer support. Delegates may also be asked to record observations on camera for review by the assessor, on practical elements such as pre-shift and operation checks on the machinery.
  • There will then be a collection of Witness Testimonies (from site Supervisor’s / Manager’s etc.) and Additional Evidence by the assessor.
  • Finally, a one-to-one Professional Discussion will take place between the assessor and the delegate.

Mandatory Units (All to be completed)

  • A/600/7624 Maintain Health and Safety within the Fenestration Installation Working Environment
  • J/600/7657 Identify and Rectify Technical Problems in a Glass or Glass Related Working Environment
  • R/600/8262 Improve the Work of the Organisation through the use of Resources, Communication and Working Relationships in a Glass or Glass Related Working Environment
  • Y/600/6691Identify and Confirm Installation Requirements in Glass and Related Work

Optional Units Group 1 (1 Unit Required)

  • A/600/8269 Install Conservatories
  • F/602/4974 Remove and Install Box Sash Windows
  • J/602/4975 Remove and Install Oriel Windows
  • K/600/6677 Post Curtain Walling Activity
  • M/602/4971 Install Bay Windows
  • R/601/9200 Create Datum Points for Curtain Wall Installation
  • R/602/4977 Remove and Install Rooflight Windows
  • T/602/4969 Remove Bay Windows
  • Y/602/4978 Install Facetted, Structurally Glazed or Unitised Curtain Walling Systems

Optional Units Group 2 (1 Unit Required)

  • A/600/7655 Assess the Quality of Materials and Components in a Glass or Glass Related Working Environment
  • H/600/8430 Maintain/Repair Windows and Doors or Conservatories
  • J/602/4426 Control the Installation of Doors and Windows, or Conservatories, or Curtain Walling
  • T/600/7363 Promote and Maintain Health and Safety within Glass or Glass Related Working Environment
  • Y/600/8151 Ensure Resources are available to meet Work Requirements in a Glass or Glass Related Working Environment

Optional Units Group 3 (1 Unit Required)

  • R/600/6687 Install Curtain Walling Systems
  • T/600/8416 Install Window and Door
  • Y/600/8425 Install Glass and/or Panels into Windows and Doors

Optional Unit Group 4 (1 Unit Required)

  • K/600/8445 Understanding the Building Regulations in the Fenestration Industry
  • A/503/0536 Knowledge of Building Regulations and Legislation in Facades

This qualification is aimed at those who install doors, windows and conservatories or curtain walling. The qualification is at Level 3 and should be taken by those who are experienced installers capable of dealing with a wide range of problems, including working with installations that have complex requirements, and who can deal with all aspects of an installation, including the identification and rectification of technical problems. Delegates may be required to show their skills and knowledge in assessing products or work procedures and identifying possible improvements.

Delegates may take a technical or supervisory role, particularly in relation to less-experienced installers. They will also work closely with colleagues and have well-developed knowledge of the industry and the regulations and legislation that apply.


After Assessment, the assessor will cross-match all evidence collected with the awarding body standards and sign-off the delegate, if all standards have been met.

IQA will quality check the delegate’s portfolio.

Completion of this NVQ will allow you to apply for a Gold CSCS Trade card.


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