NEBOSH National Diploma
The NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety is a globally recognised qualification and is held by more than 18,000 people in the UK and worldwide. This is an ideal qualification for those seeking a successful career in health and safety.
It is normally recommended to have completed previously completed a NEBOSH general certificate prior to taking the diploma course.
Successful completion of the National Diploma means you can apply for the graduate membership of IOSH (Grad IOSH) and take the next step towards becoming a chartered member of IOSH (CMIOSH).
Upon completion of the diploma, you can also apply to be a member of the International Institute of Risk Management and use the initials MIIRSM after your name.
The NEBOSH National Diploma is a very highly regarded health and safety qualification, and is a requested qualification for many job descriptions in construction and health and safety. As such it is a great qualification for any person looking to develop their health and safety career.
NEBOSH strongly recommends that students must have attained a NEBOSH National General Certificate or National Construction Certificate or equivalent before studying the NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety.
The qualification is divided into four units, each of which is assessed separately. Assessment for the units is comprised of three written examinations (one for each of the units A, B and C) and a work-based written assignment (Unit DNI). All units must be completed within 5 years to achieve the full NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety.
Course 2 2019
Course 1 2020
The tutor was very funny, personable, knowledgable and made it a fun and interesting course.
The venue was handy and central, the course layout was good and the communication from ACT was excellent.
All in all, a great course