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NOCN Group launches Construction Plant Competence Scheme Digital Logbook

NOCN Group, which runs the Construction Plant Competence Scheme, has launched a new Digital Logbook as part of its drive to continuously improve and future-proof the CPCS application and renewal process.

The CPCS Digital Logbook is an essential tool designed to record plant operatives’ life-long learning & development, activities, testing, training and employment. It is used as evidence towards the renewal of the CPCS Blue Competent Operator Card and CPCS Tester Card. It can also be used by CPCS Red Trained Operator Card holders to record and showcase their skills and experience to employers.

The new, fully digital version of the former paper-based CPCS Logbook has a number of key benefits for operatives, employers, training providers, testers, and wider stakeholders, including:

  • More efficient, cost effective, accurate, comprehensive, and environmentally-friendly;
  • Convenience of being able to log activity on a mobile device while on-site or anywhere else;
  • Ease of access to everything in one place, organised and securely backed up;
  • Ability to export logged hours and activity to demonstrate previous experience and skills;
  • Option to use the logbook as a timesheet for completed jobs.

The NOCN CPCS team and employers will have easy access to check that operators have met the minimum 300 hour requirement for each category/ies held, making the renewal process quicker and easier for all involved.

Transitioning to the Digital Logbook is simple via operatives’ existing online login or by registering online. Find out more and access the CPCS Digital Logbook HERE.

NOCN Group is also launching a new CPCS Skilled Operative Card for those working in non-construction settings and a new CPD online course for CPCS renewals to replace the existing test.