In order to obtain a CSCS Blue Card for your work as a Carpet Fitter, you must first complete the CITB Health, Safety, and Environment Operatives Test. This can be done at your local test centre, and the results are valid for 2 years. You will need the CITB score report in order to apply for your CSCS Blue Skilled Worker Card.
You will also need a NVQ Level 2 Award or an equivalent qualification. There are various ways to obtain this qualification, but many complete their NVQ through college.
About the CITB Test for Carpet Fitters’ CSCS Card
The CITB Test is a necessary requirement for any CSCS card. A Carpet Fitter would need to take the standard CITB Operatives test, consisting of 50 multiple-choice questions. These tests are only conducted at approved centres and are formed to test applicants’ knowledge of basic health, safety and environmental topics in relation to construction.
In order to pass this test, you will need a score of at least 45/50. Statistics show that most people who fail the CITB Operatives test for Carpet Fitters did not revise the material beforehand. The importance of studying in advance for the CITB Health, Safety & Environment test cannot be stressed enough.
Booking your CITB Test for CSCS Carpet Fitter Card
It’s easy to book your CITB Carpet Fitter Test. Just go to our simple test booking form, fill in your details, and choose the ‘Operative Test’. Once that has been completed, choose your preferred date and test centre, then securely provide your payment information. Your booking information will usually arrive within 24 hours.