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Q: Do you offer bespoke courses?
A: Yes – we work with employers to design courses that meet their specific needs.
If you know your requirements, or if you need to work through your objectives give one of our advisors a call today +44 (0)20 3510 8355.
Q: Do you offer NEBOSH qualifications?
A: Yes – we offer the National Diploma, the National General Certificate, the Construction Certificate and the Fire Certificate.
Q: Do you offer IOSH courses?
A: Yes – we offer IOSH Working Safely and IOSH Managing Safely.
Q: Do you offer NVQs?
A: Yes – we offer NVQs at Levels 3 and 5.
Q: Where does face-to-face training take place?
A: Face-to-face training takes place at training centres in London, Birmingham and Manchester.
We also offer in-company courses.
Q: Do you offer distance learning?
A: Yes – our Level 6 Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health and International Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health are available as distance learning courses.
Q: Do you offer e-learning?
A: Yes – we offer a range of e-learning courses including health and safety awareness, DSE, fire safety, manual handling, IOSH Managing Safely and the NEBOSH National General Certificate.
Q: I am just starting out in health and safety. What would you recommend?
A: The NEBOSH National General Certificate is the starting point for a successful career in health and safety. 90% of job adverts specify a NEBOSH qualification.
Please contact us on +44 (0)20 8741 1231 and we will be happy to advise.
Q: How do I set about gaining chartered membership of IOSH?
A: You need to gain a Level 6 Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health (or NVQ equivalent). That could be our own Level 6 Diploma or the NEBOSH Diploma. Both meet the academic requirements for membership of IOSH at graduate level (Grad IOSH).
From there, you conduct two years’ continuous professional development (CPD) before applying for chartered status.
Q: I need a course for my directors. What would you recommend?
A: We offer a very popular Health and Safety for Directors and Senior Managers course. This course is available as a highly interactive e-learning course or through our face-to-face option at your premises or at a range of venues around the country.
Q: I need a course for my staff, but want it tailored to their specific needs. Can you help?
A: Yes – our Short-Tailored Courses will help you do this in a quick and cost effective way.
If you need a course that is specific to your working environment, or focuses on certain types of risks we can create a course that is right for your business. Call us today to discuss your requirements +44 (0)20 3510 8355.
Q: What’s the difference between a NEBOSH Diploma and an NVQ?
The NEBOSH National Diploma is the flagship of NEBOSH qualifications and is the qualification for aspiring health and safety professionals. The course is taught by a tutor either 6 weeks in a virtual classroom or via self-study on our distance learning programme and has a mixture an assignment and online case studies assessments. The diploma is a degree level 6, equivalent to a bachelor’s degree and can be used to continue academic studies, as a number of universities offer MSc programs will accept the NEBOSH Diplomas as a full or partial entry requirement.
The NVQ level 5 is a work-based learning programme, candidates demonstrate their knowledge through a portfolio of evidence. The NVQ can be a preferred route for those already working in health and safety and who wish to achieve their professional qualifications by demonstrating their existing knowledge and competencies through guided units. Portfolios are based on a candidate’s workplace, therefore an organisation can benefit directly from this approach, with candidates using their portfolio to identify gaps in the workplace.
Both qualifications are globally recognised. Holders of either qualification are eligible to meet the academic requirements to apply for membership of many professional bodies including the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM).