What next after the NEBOSH General Certificate?

After successfully gaining the NEBOSH General Certificate qualification, many delegates go on to take the NEBOSH Construction Certificate or the NEBOSH Fire Certificate.

The NGC1 unit (the first week of the NEBOSH General Certificate course) is a required unit for all of the NEBOSH Certificate courses, so those who have already achieved the General Certificate within the last 5 years will not need to repeat this when going on to do the Construction and Fire Certificates.

Whilst some training providers may only offer the full NEBOSH Construction Certificate and NEBOSH Fire Certificate courses, forcing you to have to sit through a week of learning the NGC1 unit that you've already done (and charging you for the privilege!), at Associated Training & Consultancy Ltd we offer 'Conversion Courses' for those who have already done the NEBOSH General Certificate and obtained the NGC1 unit, and just need to do the extra units necessary to obtain the NEBOSH Construction or Fire Certificates. Not only does this save you a week in terms of time, but the conversion courses are also hundreds of pounds cheaper than the 'Full Courses'.

Another option is to go down the Health and Safety NVQ route, with the NVQ Level 3 and Level 5 Diploma (previously the Level 4) in Occupational Health and Safety Practice. At Associated Training & Consultancy Ltd we offer the City & Guilds accredited NVQs. These highly-respected health and safety qualifications are workplace project-based, avoiding the need to attend hours and hours of classroom teaching, and are a much more cost effective option than something like the NEBOSH Diploma which can cost around £7,000 from some training providers!

To find out more information including course outlines, scheduled dates and prices, simply use the links below:

Venue: Nottingham

Week 1: 04-08 June 2018
Week 2: 18-22 June 2018
Exams: 25 June 2018

Price: £995.00 + VAT

Places Still Available?: Yes

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