Intended for supervisors, building and project managers and those working in senior construction design and management positions.
NEBOSH: NCC1 – National Construction Certificate (Conversion – 2.5 Weekends), 10th August 2019 (Dartford) I (Delegates Must have completed the Full General Certificate)
Dates of Course: Conversion: (10th - 18th Aug 2019) - Sat/Sun 10/11 Aug, Sat/Sun 17/18 Aug. Exam: 04th Sep 2019.
12 Places Available!
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:
- £100 for each module to be re-attempted.
- £75 for each ‘Practical assessment’ provided for.
Any re-sits authorised will be in accordance the accrediting body scheme rules