Construction Site Visitor card withdrawal
- My occupation is construction related and I have a qualification. What should I do?
Construction Site Visitor card holders with approved qualifications will be able to move directly onto a skilled worker card without having to complete any further qualifications. A valid CITB Health, Safety and Environment test may be required. Use the CSCS Card Finder tool to find out which qualifications are approved for your occupation: www.cscs.uk.com/card-finder
- My occupation is construction related and I am a member of a Professional body. What should I do?
If you are attending site to carry out a construction related qualification then please enter your professional body into the PQP search tool at www.cscs.uk.com/pqp to see if your Professional Body is recognised by CSCS and if so which card you are eligible for. A valid CITB Health, safety and environment test may be required.
- I need to get qualified. Is there any financial support available?
We are aware the cost of training to obtain a qualification can be an issue for many people in the industry.
The cost of training is determined by the numerous training companies delivering training and will vary depending on who is delivering the training and where in the UK the course is delivered.
There is a wide range of financial support available to both employees and the self-employed seeking to achieve qualifications within the UK construction industry.
Go to https://www.cscs.uk.com/applying-for-cards/funding-for-training/ for some of the funding options for you to consider.
- What is the Construction Site Visitor card?
The Construction Site Visitor card is intended for those people who frequently visit a construction site but do not carry out a construction related occupation.
Card issued up to 31st August 2018 are valid for five years. All applicants must have passed the CITB Operatives Health, Safety and Environment Test.