Unit A 19th Oct 2018 – Exam 15th Jan 2019
(10 wks – 1 day per week)
Unit B – 14th March 2019 – Exam July 2019
(9 wks – 1 day per week)
Unit C 17th May 2019 – Exam July 2019
(9 wks – 1 day per week)
Unit D Free tuition when you do entire diploma with HASS.
Who is this course for?
It is ideal for people who are seeking a successful long-term career and who wish to be recognised as a professional in their field.
Health and safety practitioners work in a diverse and challenging global workplace. To be the best, they need the best qualifications.
Thousands of health and safety professionals throughout the world have worked to achieve NEBOSH’s National Diploma in Occupational
Health and Safety.
Benefits for Employers
- A safer workplace – NEBOSH Diplomates assist employers in protecting against injury and loss of life. This helps to maintain a healthy workforce,
avoiding prosecution, litigation, absence costs and
loss of reputation
- Assurance – Employing NEBOSH-qualified staff demonstrates a strong commitment to health and
safety, as well as professional-level competence. This can help employers to achieve recognised standards and win new business.
- Return on investment – An employee with a
NEBOSH National Diploma has a proven set of
high-level skills and knowledge that bring real
value to the modern workplace.
Is the NEBOSH National Diploma course recognised?
NEBOSH’s National Diploma is highly sought-after by employers. It is recognised and respected throughout the world as a mark of professionalism for health and safety practitioners. It is recognised by IOSH – the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health – as fulfilling the academic requirements for Chartered Membership (CMIOSH). It also meets requirements for full membership of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (MIIRSM). The NEBOSH National Diploma has been accredited and credit rated by the Scottish
Qualifications Authority (SQA).
How is the course assessed?
It emphasises practical management, encouraging a proportionate response to risk while providing a clear understanding of the role of the practitioner. Students are empowered to positively influence
health and safety standards and practice at every organisational level.
The syllabus comprises four units:
Unit A: Managing health and safety
Unit B: Hazardous substances/agents
Unit C: Workplace and work equipment safety
Unit DNI: Application of health and safety
management in the workplace
Units A, B and C are each assessed by a written examination.
Unit DNI is a workplace-based assignment, requiring
students to conduct a beneficial review of health
and safety arrangements in their own organisation.
It is a common practical unit that can contribute
to achievement of the NEBOSH International
Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety.
You do not need to do the Units in any particular order and you have 5 years to complete this course. However, most students complete it within 1 year.CITB approved for levy payers up to 75%