Choosing Staff Training – Which NEBOSH Course?
The course content of a NEBOSH course
will vary dependent on the type of course being undertaken. Many managers and supervisors will choose a NEBOSH course
, as they are universally recognised as a known mark and provide quality qualifications from the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health.
A NEBOSH course
can be suitable for staff at many levels, particularly those in management as well as supervisory roles. Many managers are keen to know that their staff have been trained and have qualifications from a well known board.
Choosing a NEBOSH course
can often be difficult as there is a wide range available to peruse and choose from, some of which may be more applicable to different positions or industry sectors. It is a good to look online, as there are large providers available that can offer a good variety of courses nationwide, and it should be relatively easy to find a course that is conducted locally.
The most popular courses within the NEBOSH portfolio include those listed below: NEBOSH Certificate Level
National General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health
National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety
International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety
National Certificate in Environmental Management
Fire Safety and Risk Management Certificate NEBOSH Diploma Level
National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety
International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety
Diploma in Environmental Management
Deciding which course will be the best for staff can often be confusing, and for those who are new to staff training such as managers of new companies, it may be a good idea to contact any provider directly for advice on which course would be most suitable.
Training providers may offer just a limited number of NEBOSH course
types or they might offer the whole portfolio. It should be easy to speak to someone who is familiar with the course content and outcomes, and who can advise on the most applicable course for any business. This is a great way to ensure that any courses chosen will be sufficient to deliver the training and ultimately the qualification that is needed, and any provider should also be able to discuss various training options. All good providers should be able to offer a wide range of courses in nationwide locations, and they will be able to give advice on the nearest venue and dates that are available for any chosen course. Some courses may be offered as day release options, and others as block courses, or units carried out in blocks. The wide variety of courses available should ensure that there is something to suit any business.