NEBOSH National General Certificate
The NEBOSH General Certificate is a basic qualification in occupational safety and health which is intended for managers, supervisors, safety representatives and a wide range of other people whose jobs include part-time responsibility for, or involvement in, the safety and health of others. It is also an appropriate first qualification for those who are new to health and safety and intend to specialise in the field (including people appointed as safety officers with no previous formal training in the subject). The NEBOSH National General Certificate is presented after successful completion of one practical risk assessment and one open book exam.
The course combines practical hands-on risk assessing in your workplace environment with classroom-based underpinning knowledge. The main areas covered are Health and Safety Management, and Control of Workplace Hazards and Practical Risk Assessment.
The Cost for this course is inclusive of VAT, learning materials, registration and exam fees. Please note that this course can be funded through the Flexible Workforce Development Fund. You can contact our FWDF team by emailing email@example.com.
There are no entry requirements for this qualification, but it is recommended that learners should already have an underpinning knowledge of health and safety issues, and many will have gained another NEBOSH qualification.
NEBOSH recommends that learners undertaking this qualification should reach a minimum standard of English equivalent to an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.0 or higher in IELTS tests.
The course combines practical hands-on risk assessing in a workshop environment with classroom-based underpinning knowledge.
The main areas covered are:
- Health and Safety Management
- Control of Workplace Hazards
- Practical Risk Assessment
To find out more about NEBOSH, please visit their website here.
Please note that courses running from 1.30pm - 8.30pm will have a 1-hour break from 4.30pm - 5.30pm.