The ProQual Level 2 Diploma in Installing Fire Resisting Timber Doorsets provides a nationally recognised industry specific qualification which demonstrates competence in fitting a fire resisting doorset to meet current Fire Regulations for fire doors.
- Nationally recognised
- Accepted by CSCS
- Can be complete around your work schedule
- Assessment can be completed remotely from your workplace
- Portfolio completed online
- Funding available for business owners
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Payment plans are available for courses helping you spread the cost of the qualification.
Option 1 – You can pay in full by direct debit card using our online payment system.
Option 2 – You can pay a 25% initial deposit and then choose either 3, 6 or 9 month payment plan. Contact us for more information.
Please note – Payment plans are not available to customers who book directly online. Please contact a member of the team to arrange a payment plan.
NVQ’s can be completed within the guided learning hours stated on the course specifications. This is the minimum time in which they can be completed which is 5 weeks or more in this case.
The course structure includes the following mandatory units:
- Conforming to general health, safety and welfare in the workplace
- Conforming to productive working practices in the workplace
- Installing fire resisting timber doorsets
You should attend this course if you are an employee responsible for fitting fire resisting doorsets to meet current Fire Regulations for fire doors.
When we receive an enquiry or initial payment we will conduct an initial interview with you using ZOOM or TEAMS to determine how you will gather the evidence required to complete the qualification.
We will also need to speak to your employer to confirm this.
Once enrolled onto the course you will be assigned an assessor.
We will talk through a schedule plan and timetable to help you gather evidence in full and on time. We will regularly review your progress to ensure that you remain on track using our eportfolio platform.
You will be assessed by a range of different methods such as photographic or video evidence generated from the workplace, professional discussions, witness testimonials, observations and written questions.
To pass the qualification, you are required to provide evidence for every unit of the NVQ. When you submit evidence using our eportfolio platform, the assessor will sign it off or return it to you asking for more evidence to meet the unit criteria. When you have completed each unit, the assessor will provide you with feedback.
When all units have been fully completed, our IQA will carry out a final quality check of your portfolio before signing it off.
There are no formal entry requirements for this qualification. We will carry out an initial assessment of your skills and knowledge to identify any gaps and help you plan the assessment.
This qualification is approved for candidates aged 19+.
All you need to do is read the course specifications, complete the enquiry form online and we will get back to you. We will then ask you a few questions to make sure this is the right course for you and ensure you can gather the evidence needed.
Alternatively, if you have read the course specifications and are confident you can gather the evidence, you can book the course immediately and we will be in touch to enrol you.
For either option we will also need to speak with your employer.
Yes, this course is accredited by ProQual.
ProQual is an Ofqual recognised awarding body who promote and grant qualifications. They are a national awarding body who offer high-quality courses to high quality training providers.
You will need to speak to your employee and ask if you or they are eligible for funding.
On successful completion of this NVQ, you will be awarded a certificate. The certificate is a lifetime qualification that does not expire.
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