NEBOSH training courses have the potential to propel your career in occupational health and safety – especially as the NEBOSH National General Certificate is a highly sought after qualification by all those in safety professionals in safety and risk management. Obtaining this certificate in occupational health and wellbeing gives you a safety at work qualification that can be used across a multitude of industries – including the construction industry. Safety and risk are two key areas of concern for all organisations.
The vast majority of Health and Safety jobs now specify they require an applicant with a National Examination Board for Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) qualification – a highly regarded training course from a national examination board. Studying with us ensures you the best chance of obtaining this NEBOSH National general certificate qualification, as we will draw upon our over 28 years’ experience and pass our expert insights of occupational safety onto you - through our courses providing distance learning options available to those wanting to study their NEBOSH National Diploma and more.
Choosing your NEBOSH CourseOur range of NEBOSH training courses means you are able to study flexibly. Students have the option to follow the full course or take modules individually to complete their chosen NEBOSH course. We offer flexible NEBOSH training courses with a range of study options available to ensure you successfully complete your course, no matter your circumstance.
Industry Specific NEBOSH Training CoursesAt ACT Associates, we offer training courses tailored to specific industries – each with their own syllabus that is specific to niche workplace challenges. For instance, we offer a certificate in construction, this construction certificate is a qualification in both safety management and risk management tailored to the construction industry.
This qualification will act as your first step on your route to CMIOSH – a globally recognised chartered institute.
If you would like to read why you should consider a career in health and safety, read this post on our expert blog.