Lead & Hard Metals Roofing Training Group

Lead & Hard Metals Roofing Training Group

Why Join

Why join the Leadworker Register

 

The Leadworker Register has been created as a central point for people to find appropriately trained Leadworkers. We believe the Register is the best way of doing this.

 

The Register has four levels of competence depending upon the leadwork qualifications gained, providing a pathway for career progression.

 

There is an annual fee to be included on the Register of £90.

 

How the Register works

 

There are four levels of competence on the Register that correspond to the range of training courses and upskilling qualifications that currently exist in the industry. If you are unsure or need some guidance about the appropriate level for you, please get in touch with us. The levels range from the highest skills available to those entering the profession.

 

The Leadworker Register is administered by the Lead Sheet Association and Lead Contractors Association on behalf of the Lead & Hard Metals Roof Training Group.

 

Please click this link to download a Registration Form.

 

 

 

Levels of competence

 

Level 4 Leadworker

 

This is the most highly qualified level on the Register and anyone wanting to join this level must have a least one of the following:

 

• QCF Metal Roofing/Lead Level 3.

• Advanced City and Guilds 6055 Module 5.

• Heritage Experienced Leadwork Practical Assessment (HELPA).

• Additional leadwork qualification/s or equivalent that will be considered by the
Management Committee.

• This level includes many senior management functions such as substantial autonomy

and often significant responsibility for the work of others as well as accountability for
analysis and diagnosis, design planning, execution and evaluation.

 

Please click this link to download a Registration Form.

 

 

 

Level 3 Leadworker

 

This is a highly skilled leadworker who has the following qualifications:

 

QCF Metal Roofing/Lead Level 2.

Lead Contractors Association Gold Up-skilling Course.

Any other form of leadwork qualification/s or equivalent will be considered by the

Management Committee.

There is considerable responsibility and autonomy. Control or guidance of others is often required. This level includes many supervisory functions.

 

Please click this link to download a Registration Form.

 

 

 

Level 2 Leadworker

 

The Level 2 Leadworker will be skilled in a wide range of varied work activities in a variety of contexts and hold the following qualifications:

 

City and Guilds 6055 Leadworkers Certificate Modules 1 to Module 4.

Additional leadwork qualification/s or equivalent will be considered by the
Management Committee.

LCA Silver Up skilling Course.

Some of the activities are complex or non-routine, and there is some individual
responsibility or autonomy. Working with others, perhaps through membership of a work
group or team, may be a requirement.

 

Please click this link to download a Registration Form.

 

 

 

Level 1 Leadworker

 

The Level 1 Leadworker will have completed the following courses:

 

The Combined Basic Bossing and Welding.

Additional leadwork qualification/s or equivalent will be considered by the

Management Committee.

 

Please click this link to download a Registration Form.

 

 

 

If applicants do not have a formal qualification but have extensive practical and theoretical experience then the applicant will have to formally work towards the relevant level of qualification. This assessment can be carried out by the LSA, but additional assessment and registration fees will apply.

Please contact the LSA for further details.

 

 

 

 

Lead Sheet Association

 

Unit 10, Archers Park, Branbridges Road, East Peckham, Kent TN12 5HP

 

T: 01622872432    F: 01622 871649

 

E: register@leadsheet.co.uk

 

 

 

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