1a East View, The Town

Thornhill, Dewsbury, WF12 0QX

A J Training & Assessment started NVQ assessments in 2016 after being in the construction industry
working as a steel erection company for over 30 years.

CITB NVQ Assessment

We specialize in on site assessments for CPCS plant categories to enable you to upgrade from a red CPCS card to blue. Don’t lose your card, it only lasts 2 years and can only be renewed on completion of an NVQ. Talk to us now, we can help you get your blue CPCS competence cards.

ECITB RQF Assessment

ECITB QCF Assessment

We specialize in Steel erection, on site welding, rigging & general construction. If you are an experienced worker then why not let us help you prove your competence. Obtaining a qualification in your chosen field will open up new opportunities for you.

AJ Training and Assessment

About AJ Training & Assesment

AJ Training and Assessment

A J Training & Assessment started NVQ assessments in 2016 after being in the construction industry working as steel erection business for over 30 years. We recently saw a need to prove competence in the industry both in steel erection and plant categories.

Linda Taylor runs the day to day operations of the business with a much valued customer service and support team who provide personalised advice to our growing client base. Our excellent team of assessors are waiting to assist you in obtaining your qualifications. They will be there to support you every step of the way. Assessments can be completed in a relatively short time or can be carried out over 6 to 12 months to suit the individual needs of our clients.

Meet the Team

We are one of the countries most qualified steel erecting companies

We are an approved centre for both the ECITB and the CITB.
We can help you to obtain an ACE card, CSCS card or CPCS card in your chosen field.

About QCF

What is the Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF)?

The Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) is a new credit transfer system which has replaced the National Qualification Framework (NQF). It recognises qualifications and units by awarding credits. And since each unit has a credit value and the credits can be transferred, the system gives the learners the ability to get qualifications at their own pace. The QCF is jointly regulated by the England’s regulator Ofqual, Wales’ DCELLS and Northern Ireland’s CCEA.

How Does the QCF System Work?

The QCF system is based on units which have credit value and levels (from Entry Level to Level 8). One credit roughly equals 10 learning hours which allows the learners to evaluate how much time they will need to gain the desired qualification. According to the QCF system, the learners can gain three types of qualifications: awards, certificates, diplomas.

How Credit Points are Awarded?

To gain an award, it is necessary to have 1 to 12 credit points which equals 10 to 120 hours of learning. Learners who have 13 to 26 credits (130 to 260 hours) are awarded certificates, while those who have 37 credits or more are awarded diplomas. The QCF system gives awards at any difficulty level from 1 to 8 which is due to the fact that it reveals the size of qualification and not its difficulty level. The latter is indicated by the title of qualification which, however, also reveals the size of the qualification and its subject

How is Quality of Units and Qualifications Ensured?

In addition to developing units, developing and accrediting qualifications, and awarding credits and qualifications, the regulators of the QCF are also responsible for maintaining a unit databank and monitoring the organisations that operate within the QCF in order to ensure that all awarded qualifications meet the regulatory requirements. These are specified in the Regulatory arrangements for the Qualifications and Credit Framework that has been developed jointly by the regulators in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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