The NEBOSH Certificate in Construction Health and Safety endows you with the skills and knowledge required to:• Identify, evaluate and assess risks• Understand legal requirements for managing health & safety • Learn the duties under the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015• Advocate effective health & safety improvements
The The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) Construction Certificate is a foundation qualification. It is for professionals responsible for health and safety in the construction industry, such as:
• Health and safety officers• Managers• Supervisors• Principal designers• Principal contractors
There are no mandatory entry requirements. However, having awareness of general health and safety issues is essential. It is recommended you complete the NEBOSH General Certificate program before taking this course and have a suitable standard of English language (score of 6.0 or higher in IELTS tests).
The NEBOSH Construction Certificate has three units:NGC1: Management of Health and Safety NCC1: Managing and Controlling Hazards in ConstructionNCC2: Construction Health and Safety Application• Units Numismatic Guaranty Corporation 1 (NGC1) and National Construction Certificate 1 (NCC1) are taught units with 5-12 elements, assessed with a two-hour written exam• NCC2 is an assessed assignment, testing your skills
Certificate of Completion