There are a few steps you must complete before you can apply for a CSCS Blue Card for Dry liners. Firstly, you will need to pass the CITB Health, Safety, and Environment Operatives test. The results have a validity period of 2 years and the test can be completed at the certified test centre of your choice. You will need to keep a copy of your CITB test score report for your CSCS Blue Skilled Worker Card application.
In addition to this, it is required that you complete an 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 Dry liner CSCS Card
Before you apply for the CSCS card for Dry liners, it is required that you complete the correct CITB Health, Safety and Environment test. As a Dry liner, you will need to take the test for Operatives. CITB tests are carried out only at approved test centres, and are formulated to test applicants' basic health, safety and construction environment knowledge.
The minimum score needed to pass the Operatives test is 45/50. It is highly suggested that you study in advance for the CITB Health, Safety & Environment test. As statistics show, the majority of those who fail the CITB test for Dry liners are those who have not studied in advance.
Booking your CITB Test for CSCS Dry liner Card
To book your CITB Dry liner test, just go to our simple test booking form. Then fill in your details, and choose the ‘Operative Test’. You will then be able to choose your preferred test centre, date, and securely provide your payment information. Your booking information will arrive within 24 hours.