NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction (NCC)
The NEBOSH National Construction Certificate is established as the leading health and safety qualification for the construction industry within the United Kingdom with the qualification being held by in excess of 20,000 people.
The course is designed for individuals with Health and Safety responsibilities such as: managers, team leaders, supervisors, project coordinators and safety representatives, operating within the industry and those wishing to develop their careers within contruction.
The NEBOSH NCC syllabus covers the core health and safety related issues impacting the construction industry and develops the knowledge required to identify, assess and control a wide range of construction site hazards in a pragmatic manner.
The NCC course is therefore ideal for anybody who needs to develop a solid understanding of their health and safety responsibilities and wishes to implement sustainable health and safety improvements.
The qualifications are recognised as suitable for membership by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM) and the Association for Project Safety (APS).
There are no entry requirements to study for this qualification other than having a suitable and sufficient understanding of the English language to enable course delgates to both understand and articulate the concepts being studied.
The NEBOSH Construction Certificate consists of three modular units, the first being the NG1 unit from the NEBOSH National General Certificate.