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CSCS Card

CSCS CARDS

CSCS GREEN LABOURER CARD

Green Labourer Card

Apply for a CSCS Green Labourer Card to work as a Labourer in the Construction Industry.

Red Apprentice Card

Red Apprentice Card

Apply for this Card If you are registered on a Recognized Apprenticeship Framework.

Red Experienced Technical Card

Red Experienced Technical Card

Apply for Temporary Red card if you are enrolled in Construction related NVQ for Supervisor or Manager Level

Red Experienced Worker Card

Red Experienced Card

Apply for this Temporary Red card if you are enrolled in a Construction Related NVQ or SVQ Level 2

Red Trainee Card

Red Trainee Card

Apply for this card if you are a trainee and registered to complete a construction related qualification

Red Provisional Card

Red Provisional Card

Apply for this Temporary Red card if you have never had a CSCS card in the past. Ideal for those working through probationary period.

Blue Skilled Worker Card

Blue Skilled Worker Card

Apply for the CSCS Blue Skilled worker card if you have achieved a construction related NVQ Level 2 or equivalent qualification

Gold Advance Craft

Gold Advance Craft

Apply for the CSCS Gold Skilled worker card if you have achieved a construction related NVQ Level 3 or equivalent qualification

Gold Supervisory Card

Gold Supervisory Card

Apply for the CSCS Gold Supervisory card if you have achieved a construction related NVQ Level 3 in Supervision or equivalent qualification

Black Manager Card

Black Manager Card

Apply for the CSCS Black Managers card if you have achieved a construction related NVQ Level 4 or above in Management or equivalent qualification

White Academically Qualified Person

White Academically Qualified Person

Apply for the CSCS White Academically Qualified Person card if you have achieved construction related degrees, HNDs, HNCs or equivalent qualification.

White Professionally Qualified Person

White Professionally Qualified Person

Apply for the CSCS White Professionally Qualified Person card if you are a member of a CSCS approved Professional Bodies.

Frequently Asked Questions for CSCS Card

While the work within construction industry lasts a lifetime, how long CSCS card lasts depend on the type of card. Most often CSCS cards last for 5 years. Once 5 years have passed, the cards need renewal to use for the purpose. When it comes to red cards, the validity may differ depending on the types of cards. One thing to note is that red CSCS cards can’t be renewed once they have expired.
There is expiry date mentioned on the CSCS card you receive.

CSCS cards work as an identity proof which determines the person working in construction industry holds appropriate training and qualifications for the work they do on the site. These cards tend to improve standards and safety on the construction sites in UK. Without having it you can’t find suitable employment in the construction industry. The cards work as a verification of your identity – training, qualifications and experience for the type of work you are willing to apply for.

CSCS cards are issued to build trust that those who are operating on construction sites are competent in work they do. The problem of issuing fake CSCS cards is not a minor one. Construction industry is potentially the dangerous one and correct qualifications as well as safe practices are extremely important. Abuse of the card issue can harm workers and damage the reputation of industry too. Thus, issuing fraudulent CSCS cards can result in jail sentence.

There are so many CSCS card available for every level and every profession pertaining to construction industry. Starting from trainee to skilled workers, managers and supervisors, a variety of cards are provided. There are 13 cards and the types of card you book depend on your occupation, training you have completed and the qualifications you hold.

  1. Labourer
  2. Apprentice
  3. Experienced technical, supervisor or manager.
  4. Experienced worker
  5. Trainee card
  6. Industry placement card
  7. Skilled worker
  8. Advanced craft
  9. Supervisory
  10. Manager
  11. Academically qualified person
  12. Professionally qualified person
  13. Provisional (temporary only)

There are two types of CSCS cards. One is renewable and other is non-renewable.

  1. Renewable cards last for 5 years.
  2. Non-renewable cards hold the validity from 6 months to 4 years
The cards validity depends on the card you’re applying for. Most CSCS cards last for 5 years. To book the card you want, you can give us a direct call on +44 2032 8606 07. We will give you prompt response.

The card certification scheme was established on 21st Feb 1995. The purpose of introducing these cards is to certify that the holder has appropriate training, experience and qualifications to work in the construction industry. So, those who carry out work or manage work on a construction site can consider getting one for the purpose.

Most often CSCS cards arrive within 7-10 workings days of application approval. You need to provide correct documentation such as your name, date of birth, national insurance number, home address, contact number, email address and specific trade along with the proper evidence of passing CITB health, safety and environment test so as to get CSCS card application approval.

Most often CSCS cards arrive within 7-10 workings days of application approval. You need to provide correct documentation such as your name, date of birth, national insurance number, home address, contact number, email address and specific trade along with the proper evidence of passing CITB health, safety and environment test so as to get CSCS card application approval.

You can certainly change your name on your existing CSCS card. You need to supply the proof of name change deed or marriage certificate along with a valid photo id based on these documents you can place a request to change the name on your card.

Yes, for the Green Labour card the one day course is mandatory, as one day course ensures that the individual is fully trained on Health and safety parameters within the construction environment.

CSCS Skilled worker Card is based on qualifications there are so many trades in construction to work on and for every trade, there are the qualifications. Before applying the CSCS card for yourself you need to ensure that what trade you are falling in.

Yes, the CITB Health safety and environment test are available in 14 languages which booking your test you can select your preferred language. This option is only available for Operative Test.

The courses like Site safety Plus health and safety awareness, Level 1 award in the construction environment are the courses that help you to apply for a green labourer card.

If you hold a qualification like NVQ/SVQ Level 2,3,4, or above within the construction industry you can apply for a CSCS skill worker card by completing a CITB health safety and environment test as per your qualification.

While the work within construction industry lasts a lifetime, how long CSCS card lasts depend on the type of card. Most often CSCS cards last for 5 years. Once 5 years have passed, the cards need renewal to use for the purpose. When it comes to red cards, the validity may differ depending on the types of cards. One thing to note is that red CSCS cards can’t be renewed once they have expired.
There is expiry date mentioned on the CSCS card you receive. zxass

CITB Health Safety and Environment test is valid for 2 years.

If you are holding a Red CSCS Card, labourer card , AQP Card and PQP card this card cannot be renewed however if you hold a Blue, Gold and Black card you can renew this card before/after 6 months of expiry of your card.

Yes, you can, if you do not hold any qualification and have never got any CSCS card you may apply for CSCS Red provisional card by completing the CITB test. Based on enrolment in NVQ/SVQ Level 2,3,4 or above and construction-related degree you can still apply for the trainee, experienced worker card, TSM card as per the trade.

If you have lost your qualification you may contact either your training provider or awarding body for a duplicate copy of a certificate.