Are you struggling to obtain a CSCS Card?
Do your engineers lack necessary accreditation?
With news that the digital ‘pink tick’ logo is to disappear along with digital switchover the CAI has reviewed its approach to qualification and assessment as well as how the aerial and cable benchmarks continue to show as mark of quality. The CAI publicised its new logos for a new era of ‘content delivery’ as the end of digital switchover sees our trade looking for new markets and increased scope of installer services.
The CAI is well aware of the increased pressures of travel, time and engineer commitment required to achieve qualification. It also recognises many installers already have accepted prior learning and certification in many areas relevant to their work scope. The CAI education and assessment team has therefore put together a qualification that eases the burden of course attendance for the experienced by assessing work and processes the business employs engineers to do.
The new qualification marries well with the necessary company assessment CAI members have to periodically be subjected to maintain their membership status. It has been planned with national standards as the framework so putting engineers through this CAI diploma can achieve a number of aims and objectives;
- Competent staff who work safely
- Present a higher standard of customer service
- Maintain the assessment goals of the CAI
- Give more strength to CAI representation
Costing of qualification delivery will vary according to engineer capability, experience and existing qualifications