Mascari are specialists within the kitchen industry offering services in:
- Kitchen Fitting NVQ On Site Assessments
- Kitchen and Bathroom design courses
- A listing of qualified kitchen fitters
As experienced designers, retailers and training providers, we aim to promote good practice and the value of structured learning.
INDEPENDENT KITCHEN INSTALLATION NVQ ASSESSORS
There is a wealth of experienced and skilled kitchen and bedroom fitters within the KBB industry, often going unnoticed without an official qualification. If you fall into the category of being a skilled, but unqualified bedroom or kitchen installer, you can gain official recognition without the need to take time out from your work.
To gain access to sites you will need a CSCS card, this qualification will enable you to do so.
An on-site assessment will offer you the chance to qualify for the NVQ by demonstrating your skills to the assessor, in your working environment.
Rob Mascari is a qualified independent assessor of the Cskills NVQ Level 2 in Fitted Interiors. Rob has been involved in the kitchen industry for fifteen years, starting as an installer and progressing to designing, opening and running his own high end kitchen studio.
KITCHEN & BATHROOM DESIGN COURSE PROVIDERS
A career as a kitchen designer or bathroom designer can be very rewarding for those of a creative nature. Not knowing where to start can be off-putting for some.
We have written, and deliver courses in bathroom and kitchen design that will give you the perfect start. The courses are designed for both individuals new to the industry, and those already experienced looking to upskill themselves.
I just wanted to thank you for the inspiration you gave to me over the last two weeks in Nottingham, introducing me to the world of design and explaining how important design and organisation is to my role as kitchen and bathroom designer.
Donna, from Bohen.
Looking for a fully qualified kitchen fitter in the UK?
You’ve come to the right place!
Each year, around £40 million worth of complaints are made to Trading Standards for poor quality workmanship within the kitchen industry. This is completely unacceptable, and the general public should not suffer from these poor levels of craftsmanship.
As an ongoing concern, we are developing a directory of NVQ qualified kitchen installers in an effort to raise the standards of our industry. Each installer for whom we present a portfolio will have had to demonstrate competence in their abilities mapped against the National Occupational Standards.
This is the only such listing in the UK.