NEBOSH Courses and Qualifications
Formed in 1979, The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health, or NEBOSH for short, offers a comprehensive range of vocationally-related health and safety qualifications which are recognised throughout the world, and are designed to meet the health and safety needs - including the environmental health and safety and risk management needs - of different places of work in both the public and private sectors. NEBOSH qualifications are so well-known and respected across the globe that over 25,000 candidates a year in 65 countries undertake NEBOSH training in order to achieve a NEBOSH certificate or NEBOSH Diploma.
NEBOSH became the first health and safety awarding body to be accredited by the UK regulatory authorities in October 2000.
Only those health and safety training providers such as ourselves that have been accredited by NEBOSH are able to run their health and safety training courses.
NEBOSH Diploma Courses
A NEBOSH Diploma is one of the most comprehensive and well-respected health and safety qualifications available in the world. The sheer amount of work and amount of required hours means that a NEBOSH Diploma course will not be suitable for everyone.
The NEBOSH National Diploma builds upon the foundation of knowledge provided by the NEBOSH General Certificate course, and is designed to provide students with the expertise needed for a career as a health and safety practitioner. It also provides a sound basis for progression to postgraduate study, as the qualification is equivalent to Level 6 (degree level).
NEBOSH Certificate Courses
NEBOSH's Certificate-level qualifications provide an excellent foundation in health and safety for managers, supervisors and other staff and employees with health and safety responsibilities.
NEBOSH Certificate qualifications are widely taken as a first step towards a career in health and safety, and are accepted by IOSH - the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health - in meeting the academic requirements for Technician Membership of IOSH (Tech IOSH).
Our expert health and safety consultants are experienced health and safety training professionals with many years in the industry.
The NEBOSH General Certificate is intended for anyone who wishes to obtain a broad base of health and safety knowledge, upon which a basic level of competence can be developed. The syllabus covers some of the most likely dangers to health that may be encountered in most places of work. The NEBOSH General Certificate is often taken as the first step on the road to a career in health and safety, or going on to do further qualifications such as a NEBOSH National Diploma.
Aimed at those who have an involvement in construction work and need to provide advice on health, safety & welfare in construction work, the Conversion Course is for delegates who have successfully completed the NEBOSH General Certificate course or the Management of Safety & Health (week 1) of the NEBOSH Certificate in the last 5 years.
Aimed at those who have an involvement in construction work and need to provide advice on health, safety & welfare in construction work, the Full Course for anyone who has not taken or completed the NEBOSH General Certificate or the Management of Safety & Health (week 1) of the NEBOSH Certificate in the last 5 years.
The NEBOSH Fire Certificate is aimed at those responsible for fire safety in the workplace. This conversion course is intended for delegates who have successfully completed the NEBOSH General Certificate qualification or the Management of Safety & Health (week 1) of the NEBOSH Certificate in the last 5 years.
The NEBOSH Fire Certificate is aimed at those responsible for fire safety in the workplace. Delegates who have not taken or completed the NEBOSH General Certificate or the Management of Safety & Health (week 1) of the NEBOSH Certificate in the last 5 years will need to do this full NEBOSH fire course.
Intended for managers, supervisors and employees based in the UK, who have responsibility for environmental health and safety and managing environmental issues, as part of their day to day health and safety duties. The NEBOSH Environmental Certificate course focuses on UK law and environmental management systems. It also provides a sound basis for progression on to the NEBOSH National Diploma in Environmental Management.
The NEBOSH Health and Wellbeing qualification is aimed at managers and supervisors who need to be able to identify the risks to health, both physical and mental, that their employees face, as well as being able to deal with staff absenteeism and when they return to work. It is suitable for those in wide range of occupations including HR managers, safety professionals and indeed anyone with with day-to-day responsibility for the health and wellbeing of employees.
NEBOSH Award Courses
NEBOSH Awards provide a perfect introduction to the main principles and practice of health and safety. The aim of the Awards is to provide a basic level of health and safety training for those who do not require a more in-depth or comprehensive qualification such as the General Certificate or the Diploma.
The NEBOSH Award in Health and Safety at Work is aimed at those who are required to understand the principles of health and safety as part of their job. It touches upon a variety of different issues including risk control, workplace hazards and responsibility. For those considering taking the NEBOSH General Certificate, whilst it is not a pre-requisite this Award does provide a useful foundation for progression to the General Certificate.
The NEBOSH Award in Environmental Awareness at Work is aimed all employees who will be engaged in activities with an impact upon the environment, as well as being useful for supervisors and managers as an introduction to environmental management. It teaches delegates to be able to recognise the company's potential to affect the environment by understanding various environmental concepts and the importance of sustainability.
For anyone who has done a NEBOSH course with another health and safety training provider and just needs to do or re-take the exams.
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Food Safety Courses
New Online Food Safety Courses
Level 1 and Level 2 online food safety courses available, with individual courses aimed specifically at those in the catering, retail and manufacturing industries.
Click on the green "Online Courses" button above for more information regarding our online food safety courses and the other online health and safety training courses that we offer.
NEBOSH General Pages
More Info on our Most Popular Course
The NEBOSH General Certificate health and safety course provides a wealth of information, with the syllabus covering a variety of different health and safety topics which are relevant to the vast majority of workplaces. The scope and respect which this NEBOSH qualification commands makes it one of the most popular and sought after of courses.
For useful pages and articles about the NEBOSH General Certificate click here.
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