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NVQ Level 7 in Construction Senior Management

NVQ Level 7 providing recognition of skills and competence demonstrated in senior management roles within the construction and built environment sector.

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Product number: NVQ_LVL7_SCM|SW10061

To recognise the knowledge, skills and competence demonstrated by an individual in the workplace. This Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management provides the opportunity for individuals who are working as managers within the construction and built environment sector to demonstrate their competence. 

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 at which point delegates will identify the units they use to progress with.

Minimum Credit Value: 144

To achieve this qualification a minimum of 144 credits need to be attained. This comprises of 59 credits from the Mandatory Group, plus 6 Optional Units totalling 85 credits which must be achieved from at least two of the three Optional Groups.

Group A - Mandatory Units - Learners must achieve a minimum of 59 credits from this Mandatory Group.

Group B1 - Project Development Units - Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits from units in this Optional Group.

Group B2 - Procurement Contracts & Budgets Units - Learners must achieve a minimum of 25 credits from the units in this Optional Group.

Group B3 - Project Control Units - Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits from the units in this Optional Group.

Mandatory Units

Credit Value: 59 | Units Required: 4

 Title  Credits  Level
 Provide ethical advice, judgement and service in construction management 20 7
 Manage teams in construction 16 7
 Lead and participate in meetings in construction management 12 5
 Develop self and others in construction management 11 6

Optional Units

Credit Value: 85 | Units Required: 6

 Title  Credits  Level
 Group B1 - Prepare and agree a brief and development programme in construction management 24 7
 Group B1 - Manage marketing and customer service in construction organisations 13 7
 Group B1 - Manage design development and processes in construction management 22 7
 Group B1 - Evaluate sustainable resources and requirements in construction management 17 6
 Group B1 - Assess and evaluate the environmental impact of developments in construction management 20 7
 Group B2 - Prepare and submit estimates, bids and tenders in construction management 14 6
 Group B2 - Manage procurement processes in construction management 17 7
 Group B2 - Implement strategic sourcing partnerships in construction management 17 7
 Group B2 - Establish project procurement arrangements in construction management 18 7
 Group B2 - Ensure that contracts are prepared, negotiated and concluded in construction 18 7
 Group B2 - Control organisational and project income and expenditure in construction management 11 7
 Group B3 - Manage project risks and opportunities in construction 9 7
 Group B3 - Manage project processes in construction 12 7
 Group B3 - Manage project evaluation and feedback in construction 8 7
 Group B3 - Manage project completion in construction management 13 6
 Group B3 - Evaluate and progress the resolution of disputes in construction management 18 7
 Group B3 - Control projects outcomes in construction management 17 7

This work based qualification is at Level 7, although some units may be at different levels, and is aimed at individuals who are leading and controlling projects in construction – for example, managers with responsibility for procurement, estimation or design.

Because of the wide range of tasks that take place on Construction sites it is not expected that those who have managerial responsibilities will all carry out the same activities; the qualification is structured to ensure that there is a high degree of flexibility within the units available.


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.

On completion of your NVQ qualification, along with passing the relevant CITB HS&E test you will be able to apply for the CSCS Managers Card


To recognise the knowledge, skills and competence demonstrated by an individual in the workplace. This Level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management provides the opportunity for individuals who are working as managers within the construction and built environment sector to demonstrate their competence. 

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 at which point delegates will identify the units they use to progress with.

Minimum Credit Value: 144

To achieve this qualification a minimum of 144 credits need to be attained. This comprises of 59 credits from the Mandatory Group, plus 6 Optional Units totalling 85 credits which must be achieved from at least two of the three Optional Groups.

Group A - Mandatory Units - Learners must achieve a minimum of 59 credits from this Mandatory Group.

Group B1 - Project Development Units - Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits from units in this Optional Group.

Group B2 - Procurement Contracts & Budgets Units - Learners must achieve a minimum of 25 credits from the units in this Optional Group.

Group B3 - Project Control Units - Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits from the units in this Optional Group.

Mandatory Units

Credit Value: 59 | Units Required: 4

 Title  Credits  Level
 Provide ethical advice, judgement and service in construction management 20 7
 Manage teams in construction 16 7
 Lead and participate in meetings in construction management 12 5
 Develop self and others in construction management 11 6

Optional Units

Credit Value: 85 | Units Required: 6

 Title  Credits  Level
 Group B1 - Prepare and agree a brief and development programme in construction management 24 7
 Group B1 - Manage marketing and customer service in construction organisations 13 7
 Group B1 - Manage design development and processes in construction management 22 7
 Group B1 - Evaluate sustainable resources and requirements in construction management 17 6
 Group B1 - Assess and evaluate the environmental impact of developments in construction management 20 7
 Group B2 - Prepare and submit estimates, bids and tenders in construction management 14 6
 Group B2 - Manage procurement processes in construction management 17 7
 Group B2 - Implement strategic sourcing partnerships in construction management 17 7
 Group B2 - Establish project procurement arrangements in construction management 18 7
 Group B2 - Ensure that contracts are prepared, negotiated and concluded in construction 18 7
 Group B2 - Control organisational and project income and expenditure in construction management 11 7
 Group B3 - Manage project risks and opportunities in construction 9 7
 Group B3 - Manage project processes in construction 12 7
 Group B3 - Manage project evaluation and feedback in construction 8 7
 Group B3 - Manage project completion in construction management 13 6
 Group B3 - Evaluate and progress the resolution of disputes in construction management 18 7
 Group B3 - Control projects outcomes in construction management 17 7

This work based qualification is at Level 7, although some units may be at different levels, and is aimed at individuals who are leading and controlling projects in construction – for example, managers with responsibility for procurement, estimation or design.

Because of the wide range of tasks that take place on Construction sites it is not expected that those who have managerial responsibilities will all carry out the same activities; the qualification is structured to ensure that there is a high degree of flexibility within the units available.


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.

On completion of your NVQ qualification, along with passing the relevant CITB HS&E test you will be able to apply for the CSCS Managers Card


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