CSCS FAQ Part 3 by Construction Helpline

CSCS FAQ: Part 3 – By Construction Helpline

Want to get a CSCS Card? At Construction Helpline we get hundreds of calls from tradesmen looking to get their card. Today I’m going to answer some of the many questions we get about this topic

How do I get a CSCS Card?
You can get your card through Construction Helpline, where we can process all your details and get you on the right CITB Health, Safety & Awareness Course dependant on your level and trade. Upon passing this, we will process your card immediately.

What’s a difference between CSCS and CITB?
CSCS is the certification scheme operating within the construction industry, while CITB is the body which organises all the tests. Sometimes this can confuse people, so for argument’s sake, we’ll use the term CSCS test today.

Is the CSCS test hard?
Not if you don’t revise! If you prepare accordingly and go through everything, you’ll be fine.

How do I apply for a CSCS Card after my test?
Once you’ve passed your CSCS Test, provided you have paid for your card already, we will take care of applying for your card for you. If, however we require qualifications to help your application, please send them to us as soon as possible.

I don’t like tests, is there another way around getting a CSCS Card?
No – you need to take the CSCS Test in order to get your card. There’s no way around it. As I mentioned before, provided you revise, the test will be a walk in the park!

A CSCS Card is essential in showing that you have the skills, qualifications and training to work on construction sites across the UK. At Construction Helpline we can help get the right card for you. Our dedicated team deal with hundreds of tradesmen on a day-to-day basis, so you’ll be in great hands.

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