NEBOSH National Diploma - Unit A
This is a unitised seven week long programme accredited by the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health
The NEBOSH National Diploma is accredited at Level 6 in the National Qualification Framework and is accepted by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health for admission at the membership grade of Grad IOSH.
Course entry requirements
There are no entry criteria but to excel on the course candidates should have good written and verbal communication skills supported by a good general education. If you are new to the profession we recommend, but don’t insist, that you attend the NEBOSH National General Certificate or equivalent as a foundation course before embarking on the Diploma.
The Key experience
Our Diploma is an integrated programme of professional development. We put you in the driving seat as a safety professional and challenge you to analyse problems and provide solutions to improve the culture of our model companies.
The programme is presented entirely by Key consultants and this guarantees that:
- They will be there to deliver their part of the programme
- They know what the whole programme involves
- They understand students expectations for professional tutorials
- They work together as a tutorial team
They will help you to put theory into practice and offer you a total learning experience from start to finish that you won’t get anywhere else. Prepare to be stimulated by lively group discussions and get “hands on” with practical experiences in our Mockshop.
Take a moment to think about where you want to be in five years time. If, like us, you strive to be the best at what you do, then commit to one of the most arduous but rewarding programmes of study you have ever encountered; add value to your CV and increase your asset worth to your employer.
The programme will run
For public programmes our commitment will match yours. We will never cancel a course once we have received your confirmed booking. We will deliver the programme even if you are the only person booked on it and make sure you get the training you need when you need it....so join the Key family and get that personal touch to your professional development.
You will learn about:
- The management of risk
- The influence of human and organisational factors on your company’s safety performance Health and safety law
- Safety of plant, materials, equipment, premises and processes
- The harmful effects of exposure to chemicals and other health hazards in the workplace
The unitised programme can be attended to suit your learning rate and work requirements and flexibility of attendance with short notice (min. six working days) allows free transfers* to future units if for any reason you can’t attend.
Assessment is by formal examinations which can be taken after each unit at the national dates or at one sitting after completing your training. You are also required to submit an eight thousand word assignment (Unit D) and submission dates are in March and September of each year. The examinations and assignment are set and marked by NEBOSH but we will prepare you to sit the exams with confidence by setting and marking phase tests during the course and we’ll be here to support you during the assignment phase.
Directed private study
Private study is the key to success. Some of this will be self-determined by your personal interests but our unique guided study work books will not only help consolidate what you have learned, but also help you learn more about your company and how the theory of the NEBOSH syllabus can be put into practice. When following the directed study, all students will have access on demand to the tutorial team.
Unit A Managing health and safety £2495 + VAT
Unit B Hazardous agents in the workplace £1695 + VAT
Unit C Workplace and work equipment £1695 + VAT
Revision (optional) £510 + VAT (or £170 + VAT per unit)
Examination and registration Included in course fee
No hidden extras
Course fees include NEBOSH registration, examination fees, expert tuition by Key’s full time diploma team, a comprehensive works of accompanying study notes, meals and refreshments, and formatted directed study.
*This is a once only transfer and must be used at the next nominated unit; transfers requested within six working days of the start of the Unit (or part of any Unit) will attract a transfer fee.