The NEBOSH International General Certificate (IGC) in Occupational Health and Safety is an internationally recognized qualification that will provide you with a broad understanding of key health and safety issues.
The IGC syllabus takes a risk management approach based on best practice and international standards, such as the International Labour Organization (ILO) codes of practice. Local laws and cultural factors form part of the study programme where relevant and appropriate.
With in-depth focus on the things that matter, the NEBOSH International General Certificate covers the core skills you need, wherever in the world you work.
This modern qualification combines activities, learning and interactive materials to provide you with an interesting and engaging experience. It focuses on key skills that means you can instantly apply the knowledge you gain and add value to your organization.
IG1 – An open book examination to assess what you know. This is scenario based and will include a closing interview, you will be asked questions about your submission.
IG2 – A practical risk assessment to assess what you can do (3 hours). Learners will complete a risk assessment and develop an action plan for their workplace – this is immediately useful and valuable.
Assessments are marked by external examiners appointed by NEBOSH. These examiners are chosen for their experience and expertise to ensure that learners are assessed by the very best from our industry.
IOSH Managing Safely has both strong positive outcomes for the delegate and their businesses:
Memorable and thought-provoking facts and case studies, modules backed by clear examples and recognizable scenarios.
The course covers eight interactive modules:
There are two mock assessments which will be conducted at the end of modules 1-5 an Modules 5-7. Every delegate who attended all seven modules would take the end of course assessments. These assessments test the course learning objectives and consist of an invigilated closed-book, end – of course multi-format question paper completed on the last day of the course.
A risk assessment project-usually completed in the workplace and returned to the training provider within two weeks of the last day of the course. The project can be completed using either the IOSH project template or a copy of a blank company risk assessment form from a delegate’s own organization, providing it meets the criteria outlined on the project marking scheme guidance.
It is for all employees working in any size of organization in all industry sectors. Course Assessment and IOSH Certificate
The varied training style presents the relevant concepts and delegates can apply their learning using enjoyable and practical workplace examples and scenarios.