Fenestration, Glass and Glazing qualifications

The Glass and Fenestration Industries are among the oldest in the world, steeped in history and dating back 1,000s of years.

Glass surrounds us – in buildings as part of the vast range of Fenestration products manufactured throughout the world to suite with modern architectural design, and of course in domestic applications too. The glass industry is not only integral to the Fenestration industry, but covers the manufacture of flat glass, container glass, domestic glass, decorative glass, automotive and specialist areas such as Fire-resistant Glazing.

GQA Qualifications has over 20 industry relevant qualifications in these sectors underpinning its journey to achieve Quality through Qualifications.

GQA Qualifications is the Glass and Fenestration Industries Specialist Awarding Body.

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All CSCS cards require qualification registration (Temporary and Trainee cards) or achievement (Full cards) and must, in almost all cases, also demonstrate knowledge of Construction related Health and Safety awareness. Use our tools below to find the most relevant qualification to you

If you need to obtain a CSCS card but do not have the relevant qualification, please contact us and we will advise you what you need to do.

step 3 qualification summary: SVQ in Fabrication of Glass Supporting Systems at SCQF Level 6
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    GQA Qualifications Limited is an Awarding Body for specialist sectors and occupational roles. Our current qualifications cover 17 sectors including the Glass and Fenestration Industries, Construction, Print, Automotive Glazing, Polymers, Nuclear, Chimney Occupations, Paper, Meteorology and Print.

    Our aim is to work only with industries that we have access to knowledge within GQA…

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