At RivaSure we have the expertise and qualifications to assist candidates in gaining their Management and Supervisory CSCS cards via the profiling assessment.
William Simpson is a qualified Managerial & Trade CSCS/NVQ Assessor, CSCS Profiling Route Reviewer and CSCS Project Manager Card Holder.
William has a deep understanding of the construction industry and the needs and problems of its workers, supervisors and managers. Here is an personal message;
“Whether as a sole trader or small business, one has to acquire professional expertise in Health and Safety documentation and practices and gain professional qualifications for the current position or services offered. Adding and sourcing these requirements is often perplexing, costly and time consuming and this has become my area of expertise.
Over the years I have faced and overcome these problems of development, through necessity, and I would like to assist you by saving you time, vastly reducing your training costs and providing the ‘Know How’, learned over many years through my working history in the construction industry.
I’ve had just over 36 years experience in the construction industry, starting working full time for my Father in his floor and wall tiling business aged 16 and before that from the age of 14 during my school holidays. At seventeen I started as a brick layers labourer and after a lot of hard work gained good insights into the building industry, having made the transition from brick layer’s labourer to brick layer by the age of twenty. By the age of twenty four I had laid bricks on just about every kind of development possible and had even spent nine months teaching, passing on my skills to disadvantaged young men and women. A pattern soon emerged in my working life which led me to a university and an honours degree in June 2000.
Following this I quickly gained the qualifications for my construction working career through the NVQ system, gaining an Advanced Brick Laying NVQ III through the EWAPR and again an NVQ III in Learning and Development, which gave me my route to be a Construction Skills and Management Assessor.
Whilst I was doing these NVQ’s, I was also gaining years of valuable experience as a Construction Manager on major developments, starting as a Finishing Foreman and finishing my Management Career some years later as a Senior Construction Manager, having spent some time in customer care. I then moved full time into assessing and teaching construction skills and management”
You can read a full account of William’s story HERE