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NEBOSH GENERAL CERTIFICATE COURSE INTRODUCTION

The NEBOSH National General Certificate provides a sound introduction to the basics of occupational health and safety. It looks at the management of health and safety and a wide variety of workplace hazards. The NEBOSH Certificate has been designed for managers, supervisors and employee representatives and is ideal for anyone who wants to establish a career in health and safety.

Anyone can enrol on the NEBOSH Certificate programme.

Click here for an overview of the NEBOSH Certificate syllabus.

Ways to Study the NEBOSH Certificate

Professional Body Memberships

Successful completion of the NEBOSH Certificate satisfies the academic requirements of IOSH (at Tech IOSH level) and the IIRSM (at Associate Membership level).

Progression

The NEBOSH Certificate entitles you to exemptions from the NGC1 units of the NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management and the NEBOSH Certificate in Construction Safety and Health as well as providing the perfect basis for you to progress onto the NEBOSH National Diploma or NEBOSH Specialist Diploma in Environmental Management.

Ease your way into your NEBOSH Certificate…

If you’re not sure if you’re ready for a full NEBOSH Certificate, why not just enrol for a single unit? You will receive a certificate from NEBOSH and you can go on to to complete the second unit (and achieve the full NEBOSH Certificate qualification) at any time in the following 5 years.

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