NATIONAL GENERAL CERTIFICATE
IN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire & Somerset
Having the NGC is good for career prospects as it boosts an individuals standing in their current role and can help them progress.
What will successful learners know?
With an in-depth focus on the things that matter, the NGC covers:
- How to effectively manage health and safety
- The UK’s key legal requirements
- How to identify and control common workplace hazards
- How to measure success
What will successful learners be able to do?
Risk assessment is central to the NGC qualification. Through study and workplace application, successful learners will be able to:
- Ensure their teams undertake their day to day activities more safely thanks to the awareness and knowledge gained.
- Manage and minimise workplace risks
- Support and develop the company’s health and safety culture
- Confidently carry out risk assessments
Only £1,375 plus VAT
The qualification is:
- Relevant to every workplace
- Ideal for managers, supervisors, or anybody with health and safety management responsibilities
- Perfect for those embarking on a health and safety career.
The NEBOSH General Certificate course syllabus is made up of the following units:
Unit NG1: Management of Health and Safety:
Element 1: Why we should manage workplace health and safety
Element 2: How health and safety management systems work and what they look like
Element 3: Managing risk – understanding people and processes
Element 4: Health and safety monitoring and measuring
Unit NG2: Risk Assessment:
Element 5: Physical and psychological health
Element 6: Musculoskeletal health
Element 7: Chemical and biological agents
Element 8: General workplace issues
Element 9: Work equipment
Element 10: Fire
Element 11: Electricity
ASSESSMENT & CERTIFICATION
Assessment is a two-step process:
Assessment is a two-step process:
The NG1 assessment is in the new open book format that is taken at home or other suitable place, this is replaces the previous invigilated paper-based examination.
After the NG1 Open Book Exam, learners will be required to undertake a closing interview with the trainer or head of course provider, the purpose of the closing interview is to give assurance that the paperwork submitted is their own original work.
The NG2 practical risk assessment is also conducted in the workplace/home and is to be submitted within 10 days of the last date of the NG2 element.
Both assessments are marked by examiners appointed by NEBOSH.
Examiners are chosen by NEBOSH for their experience and expertise to ensure that learners are assessed by the very best from the industry.
Those who successfully complete the course and pass the assessments are awarded the official NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health.
Certificates are forwarded to the candidate by us approximately 16 weeks after completion of the course although results are usually issued within 12 weeks.
HOW ARE COURSES RUN?
Full-time Block Courses
Unlike other course providers, with Dorset Health and Safety their are NO hidden extras to pay on top of our course price.
All of our NEBOSH General Certificate courses have the following included in the course cost:
The course study and revision books
How are Courses Run?
Our NEBOSH courses are run as full-time block courses, usually, Monday to Friday 9:00am until approximately 17:00pm
Whilst other health and safety training providers may attempt to offer the NEBOSH courses in other formats, such as e-learning, distance learning, one day a week/month etc, in our experience we have consistently found that full-time block courses with exams scheduled one week afterwards make for a significantly improved likelihood of delegates passing the first time around.
The syllabus guide and other useful documentation and information can be found HERE