In order to apply for a CSCS card for Floor Layers, there are two qualifications you need to acquire. You need to pass the CITB test for Operatives, which can be done at your local approved test centre. The score report is valid for 2 years and is a mandatory requirement for applying 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. You may wish to complete this through a college course.
About the CITB Test for Floor Layer CSCS Card
Any applicant looking to apply for a CSCS card must take the correct CITB test. For a Floor Layer, this would be the Operatives test. This test consists of 50 multiple-choice questions, focused on basic health, safety, and environmental topics related to construction. You need a score of at least 45 in order to pass successfully. These tests are only conducted in test centres approved by CITB.
According to statistics, most people who fail the CITB Operatives test did not prepare in advance. It is very important for candidates to revise in advance to complete the test successfully.
Booking your CITB Test for CSCS Floor Layer Card
It’s easy to book your CITB Floor Layer Test. Use our simple booking form to fill out your details. Select the ‘Operative Test’ and choose your preferred date and test centre. You will then need to securely provide your payment information. Booking information should then arrive within around 24 hours.