Nebosh National Diploma Unit aThe Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
Frequent Asked Questions
Delegates will need to have successfully completed one of the following: NEBOSH National General Certificate (after December 2003)* NEBOSH Construction Certificate (after December 2004)* TUC Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health (min. of 16 credits at level 3) Level 3 N/SVQ in Health and Safety in the Workplace *Students must demonstrate CPD for dates before these.
This nationally-recognised higher level qualification boasts successful pass rates with RoSPA, and focuses on practical learning from the delegates as well as expert support form RoSPA's trainers.
Who should attend?
Health and safety professionals seeking full IOSH membership (CMIOSH). Delegates will preferably hold a NEBOSH National General Certificate, or Level 3 equivalent, achieved within the last three years. Exceptions will be decided on a case-by-case basis, subject to experience, submission of a CV, and an employer's testimonial.
Why choose to study with RoSPA?
RoSPA is second to none in the delivery of this course, by offering course delegates even more support, at no extra cost. RoSPA will support delegates whilst they study for this high-level qualification by offering an inclusive Mentoring Package. As part of RoSPA's flexible 'case study' approach to the diploma, RoSPA tutors can offer advice to delegates on safety issues affecting their workplace, in the context of the National Diploma, helping to keep them up-to-date with the ever-changing safety world. Supporting delegates in their study is a key priority for RoSPA. For the duration of their study with RoSPA, delegates can benefit from:
Want to know more? RoSPA's expert tutors are on hand to discuss the finer detail of course content and outcomes.
All delegates who successfully attend the course and successfully complete both the course assignments and examinations will be awarded the National NEBOSH (Level 6) Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health.
Qualification and certification:
One written assignment and one exam per unit. Delegates who successfully complete these assessments will be awarded a Level 6 Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health. Holders of the Diploma will be entitled to use the designatory letters Dip.OSH after their names. Sucessful delegates will be eligible to apply to join the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) at a graduate level depending on experience.
Comments: Unit A Week 1 - 07.09.09 - 11.09.09 / 04.01.10 - 08.01.10 Week 2 - 21.09.09 - 25.09.09 / 18.01.10 - 22.01.10 Week 3 - 05.10.09 - 09.10.09 / 01.02.10 - 05.02.10