NEBOSH Health and Wellbeing Certificate
Having a healthy and happy workforce can be a huge benefit to an organisation, as it can lead to greater productivity and a lower level of absenteeism and staff turnover, which all contributes to a profit levels.
The NEBOSH National Certificate in the Management of Health and Wellbeing at Work allows managers to identify the health risks that their employees face, and to prevent conditions such as stress and mental health issues.
NEBOSH Health and Wellbeing Syllabus
The syllabus for the NEBOSH National Certificate in the Management of Health and Wellbeing at Work covers the following elements:
Who Should Attend?
Managers, supervisors, HR professionals, safety professionals and anyone with day-to-day responsibility for the health and wellbeing of employees.
There are no pre-requisites for this NEBOSH course although candidates should note that the assessment includes a written exam and the requirement to write a short report.
Each delegate will be issued with The Management of Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace workbook (RRP £39.95) to assist them both during and after the course, as unlike some health and safety training providers who take the books back at the end of the course, delegates on our courses get to keep the study book for future reference.
Our health, wellbeing and environmental course tutors are qualified and experienced health and safety consultants with a background in health and safety training and delivering engaging health and safety courses. All consultants hold membership of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA).
The course will be delivered over 1 week (five consecutive days).
This accredited NEBOSH qualification is assessed by an exam (lasting 2 hours) and a workplace-based practical environmental 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.
On successful completion of the examinations, delegates are awarded the official NEBOSH National Certificate in the Management of Health and Wellbeing at Work. Certificates are issued by NEBOSH approximately 12 weeks after the completion of the course, although results are usually issued within eight weeks.
The NEBOSH Health and Wellbeing course is not currently scheduled as an open course, but is available as an in-house course if you have a number of employees requiring training. For a personalised quote please call us on 0115 984 9940 or send us an online contact form by clicking on the "Contact" tab at the top right of the page.
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