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Full Time BTEC National Diploma in Business Level 3

Joseph Priestley College

Diploma , Business

Course Description

The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) is an independent awarding body attracting 15,000 candidates each year and was founded in 1979. NEBOSH qualifications are recognised and respected by employers in all sectors of the economy and provide the benchmark standard against which others are compared. NEBOSH was the first health and safety awarding body to have been given accreditation by the government's Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA). You can therefore be assured that a NEBOSH qualification provides evidence of real achievement. The NEBOSH syllabus has changed and can now be divided into units. These changes allow delegates to gain units to achieve new qualifications without having to study or be assessed on topics that have already been covered in a previous NEBOSH qualification. Delegates will be awarded a certificate to denote achievements of each unit and an overall qualification parchment when you successfully pass all of the three units of the qualification. For further information our NEBOSH services, please contact us. NEBOSH Certificate Programmes Our Certificate programs are open to everyone and provide the perfect grounding for those wanting to take their first steps in a career in health and safety. NEBOSH National General Certificate NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety & Risk Management NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Safety & Health 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? Upon successful completion you will receive a unit certificate from NEBOSH and you can go on to complete the second unit which will gain you the full NEBOSH Certificate qualification at any time in the following 5 years. Course Structure The course consists of 2 taught units NGC1: The Management of Health and Safety and NCC1 Managing and controlling hazards in construction activities. The first unit of the Construction Certificate is drawn from the management of health and safety aspects of the NEBOSH National General Certificate and is examined by the management paper from the National General Certificate. Exemptions* Those who have achieved the: NGC1, National General Certificate Paper A1, NEBOSH National Diploma Unit A, NEBOSH Diploma Part 1 or NEBOSH Diploma Part 2 within the last 5 years will only have to take and pass the second Unit of the Construction Certificate to achieve the new qualification and the Construction Practical Assessment to achieve the new qualification. Assessment of the Course Course members complete two written examination papers each of 2 hours duration and a practical test (NCC2) involving a safety inspection of a workplace (? hour duration) and the preparation of a report following the inspection (1 ? hours duration). Successful candidates will be awarded the NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Safety and Health. *Unless Exemptions Apply, see above. Course Length The course consists of 13 lecture days, 2 half days of written examinations and the practical test. This course can be delivered in company. Funding Available CITB Levy Payers may be eligible to claim ?CITB Attendance and Achievement Grants? for the course.

The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) is an independent awarding body attracting 15,000 candidates each year and was founded in 1979. NEBOSH qualifications are recognised and respected by employers in all sectors of the economy and provide the benchmark standard against which others are compared. NEBOSH was the first health and safety awarding body to have been...

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