NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health & Safety - Full Course

Who The Course Is For

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The NEBOSH Construction Certificate is designed for people who have an involvement in construction work and need to provide advice on welfare and health and safety in construction work. It provides them with a good foundation in health and safety management issues to ensure the health and safety implications of their decisions are properly taken into account.

This course is for delegates who have not taken or completed the NEBOSH General Certificate or the Management of Safety & Health (week 1) of the NEBOSH General Certificate in the last 5 years. If you have, please click here.


The benefits of the NEBOSH Construction Certificate

  • Develop an underpinning knowledge of construction health and safety legislation and its impact on your site / project

  • Assist your company's safety management programme

  • Assess construction site workplace hazards and develop control measures

  • Develop a basis for a future career in health and safety


  • Course Tutors

    Our health and safety consultants are friendly and knowledgable health and safety professionals, with many years of experience in the industry and delivering health and safety training courses, including the NEBOSH Consruction Certificate, IOSH Managing Safely, SMSTS and SSSTS certificates.


    The academic benefits

    You will have the academic qualifications for Technician status of IOSH (TechIOSH). The certificate also satisfies the eligibility requirements for Associate Membership of the International Institute of Risk & Safety Management (AIIRSM).

    You can use the NEBOSH Construction Certificate which is referenced within the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) for CDM Regulations 2015 as a key knowledge indicator when assessing stage 1 competence for CDM Co-ordinators.


    Learning Outcomes of the NEBOSH Construction Certificate

  • Understand the main requirements and application of the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015.

  • Understand the factors to consider when carrying out a site assessment; identify construction activity hazards, assess the risks and recommend control measures.

  • Identify the hazards and outline appropriate control measures in the following areas: movement of people and vehicles, mechanical and manual handling (See: Manual Handling Training), work equipment, electrical, chemical and biological (See: CoSHH Training), physical and psychological, working at height, excavation work & working in confined spaces, and demolition.

  • Successfully carry out a safety inspection of a construction workplace identifying hazards, recommending control measures and preparing a management report.


  • Examinations and Certification

    Delegates are awarded the Certificate on successful completion of one 2-hour written paper and a workplace based practical inspection project. The exam is conducted in our training centres at the end of your course, and the project is completed in your own workplace. The project should take no longer than 3 hours to complete and you will have 7 days from the end of the course to return it to us by post. Certificates are forwarded by NEBOSH approximately 12 weeks after the completion of the course.


    Exam Re-sits

    We can also accommodate delegates who have done the NEBOSH Construction Certificate course with another training provider and need to re-sit one or more units. Please click here to see the list of scheduled NEBOSH resit exam dates, locations and prices.


    Use ELCAS credits towards a NEBOSH Construction Certificate

    The NEBOSH Construction Certificate qualifies for the use of ELCAS credits towards the course cost

    For those who have left or are about to leave the services and have Enhanced Learning Credits to use towards health and safety training, the NEBOSH Construction Certificate course qualifies for the use of ELCAS funding.

    For more information, please call one of the sales team on 0115 984 9940 or contact us online and we can advise you on the procedure for applying and using your credits towards the cost of the NEBOSH Construction Certificate qualification.


    Scheduled NEBOSH Construction Certificate (Full) Courses:

    Unlike some health and safety training providers, all of our open course prices include exam fees, certification costs, on-site car parking and study book(s), as well as a buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day.

    Useful Link: The Online Booking Process Explained (opens in a new window).

    Prices
    Nottingham: £1,495.00 + vat
    Central London: £1,695.00 + vat

    Date Location Book
    Wk 1 (NGC1): 12-16 Sep 2016
    NGC1 Exam: 03 Oct 2016
    Wk 2: 10-14 Oct 2016
    Wk 3: 24-28 Oct 2016
    Central London Book Online
    Wk 1 (NGC1): 03-07 Oct 2016
    NGC1 Exam: 10 Oct 2016
    Wk 2: 31 Oct-04 Nov 2016
    Wk 3: 14-18 Nov 2016
    Nottingham Book Online
    Wk 1 (NGC1): 16-20 Jan 2017
    NGC1 Exam: 06 Feb 2017
    Wk 2: 13-17 Feb 2017
    Wk 3: 27 Feb-03 Mar 2017
    Central London Book Online
    Wk 1 (NGC1): 13-17 Feb 2017
    NGC1 Exam: 20 Feb 2017
    Wk 2: 06-10 Mar 2017
    Wk 3: 20-24 Mar 2017
    Nottingham Book Online
    Wk 1 (NGC1): 15-19 May 2017
    NGC1 Exam: 30 May 2017
    Wk 2: 05-09 Jun 2017
    Wk 3: 19-23 Jun 2017
    Central London Book Online
    Wk 1 (NGC1): 12-16 Jun 2017
    NGC1 Exam: 19 Jun 2017
    Wk 2: 03-07 Jul 2017
    Wk 3: 17-21 Jul 2017
    Nottingham Book Online


    Relevant Links:
  • NEBOSH National Diploma
  • NEBOSH Information and Search
  • http://www.constructionsitehealthandsafety.co.uk
  • http://www.generalcertificate.co.uk

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