NEBOSH: Construction Conversion Courses
National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health Accredited
Tel: 0203 633 5505
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Intended for supervisors, building and project managers and those working in senior construction design and management positions.
This course covers the following areas:
The core legal requirements for health and safety in the UK construction industry
The identification of and control of workplace hazards
Managing and controlling hazards in construction activities
Practical application of health and safety in construction
There are three modules to this course: NGC1, NCC1 and NCC2.
Modules NCG1 and NCC1 are fully taught units and they are assessed through a two-hour written paper. Each examination paper has ten shorter questions and one longer one and all must be answered. All papers are marked by external examiners who are officially appointed by NEBOSH.
The third module, NCC2, is a practically-based unit. It is assessed through a two-hour practical exam which is carried out at the candidate’s workplace and is based on testing the application of the taught healthy and safety principles in a construction environment. This module is assessed by the course provider and marked by a qualified safety professional.
Course delegates can re-sit assessments at the next possible opportunity if you have failed or been absent from the assessment with good reason. You are not automatically re-entered, so you must notify the course administrator of your intention to re-sit by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. If it is agreed, you will receive confirmation of the decision once your request has been considered.
There will be a fixed administration fee of £50 for each module to be re-attempted.
Any re-sits authorised will be in accordance the accrediting body scheme rules
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Tel: 0203 633 5505
The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health offers globally recognised and vocationally-directed training courses and qualifications which are designed with the health, safety and risk management sectors in mind.
They can be relevant to many different areas of work and all NEBOSH qualifications are recognisable by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM). Our NEBOSH training courses include a Construction-focused course, a General course and Construction Conversion course and all courses are intended for project managers and supervisors in the construction industry.
National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) is a UK-based independent examination board delivering vocational qualifications in health, safety & environmental practice and management.
It was founded in 1979 and has charitable status. It offers a range of qualifications from introductory to professional level. Around 180,000 people worldwide hold a NEBOSH qualification.
It develops syllabuses for its qualifications and sets methods of assessment, such as examinations and practical coursework. Courses are delivered by NEBOSH Accredited Course Providers such as Goldcross.
Courses leading to NEBOSH qualifications attract over 50,000 candidates annually and are offered by over 600 Course Providers based in 40 countries around the world. In 2014/15 nearly 180,000 NEBOSH Assessments were taken in 132 countries. NEBOSH qualifications are recognised by relevant professional membership bodies including the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), the International Institute of Risk & Safety Management (IIRSM), the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) and Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH).
NEBOSH maintains Investors in People (IIP) status and is also ISO 9001 certified.
In 2014 NEBOSH achieved a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Outstanding Achievement in International Trade