Engineered wood qualification overview

The Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Engineered Wood is a national qualification consisting of mandatory and optional units. The mandatory units cover health and safety, sustainable business practice and production planning. Individuals choose an optional unit that matches their job role which may be assembly, cutting or design. These units confirm both skills competence and the necessary related job knowledge.

OAL Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Engineered Wood – 601/7634/9

The Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Engineered Wood is a national qualification consisting of mandatory and optional units. The mandatory units cover health and safety, sustainable business practice and production planning. Individuals choose an optional unit that matches their job role which may be assembly, cutting or design. These units confirm both skills competence and the necessary related job knowledge.

Upon completion of the qualification the learner should be competent in their job role and have a good understanding of the related job knowledge associated with the role – including terminology, materials, machinery, equipment and processes.

Qualification purpose?

The purpose of the qualification is to enable individuals to demonstrate competence and knowledge appropriate for the day to day activities in an engineered wood environment. Specific products may include, for example: Trusses, Decks, Panels, Glulam, LVL, CLT fabrication.

Assessment

The qualification must be assessed using the following assessment method:

  • portfolio of evidence

Learners are required to achieve all learning outcomes within units of assessment. Assessment will involve observation of learner performance carrying out grading and moderation activities. All assessment is subject to internal quality assurance within approved centres providing this qualification. External quality assurance of assessment and internal quality assurance within approved centres is provided by OAL.