NVQ Level 2 in Passive Fire Protection


The Level 2 NVQ in Passive Fire Protection is the quickest way to achieve your trade-specific Blue CSCS Card. With our FastTrack service, this can be achieved in as little as just 4 weeks. No Time? No Worries! The course can be remotely completed and includes all study materials and tutor support, and the best thing is there is no exam. Our Assessors are highly Qualified Professional and industry-leading with years of experience. We offer a Guaranteed Pass and we will not be beaten on price.

We now deliver NVQs for those who are looking to advance in the construction industry. The NVQs available will allow you to gain the relevant qualification and a CSCS Blue ‘Skilled Worker’ card. We are committed to providing the highest quality NVQs.

We provide high-quality NVQs led by highly qualified professional assessors. Each of them is based on national occupational standards and provides the elements of performance expected of a competent person. Each NVQ teaches best practices, knowledge to underpin competency, and the ability to adapt to future changes. As part of your NVQ, industry expert assessors will ensure that relevant training materials, documentation, and other resources are used as well as provide high-quality guidance at all times. Complete your NVQ ONLINE  in Passive Fire Protection from your own place.

  • To start the course, fill up the application form (click here)
  • You will receive access to your E-PORTFOLIO in your email!

How to complete the course

  • Answer the knowledge questions. Your assessor will guide you with correct answers.
  • Collect site paperwork (drawings, timesheets, risk assessment, etc.)
  • Take pictures and 6 short videos of different working skills, minimum of 2 minutes each.
  • Once you complete your NVQ, we will claim your certificate from the awarding body.
  • The certificate will arrive to you by the first class sign for Royal Mail delivery.


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