Is this course right for me?

This qualification is designed for people working in construction, civil engineering, utilities, facilities, broadcasting, property management and more. It is particularly suitable for managers, supervisors, principal designers and principal contractors who require the right level of skills to fulfil their health and safety responsibilities.

It can be a crucial first step towards establishing a lifelong professional career in the field of occupational health and safety within your chosen industry.

The National Construction Certificate covers the main legal requirements relating to health and safety in UK construction work, including an understanding of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015. It includes identification and control of construction workplace hazards, and the practical application of this knowledge. 

The qualification is divided into three units, each of which is assessed separately:

  • NGC1: Management of Health and Safety
  • NCC1: Managing and controlling hazards in construction activities
  • NCC2: Construction health and safety practical application

This course will be remotely delivered by a tutor in a virtual online classroom and delegates must have access to a suitable PC, laptop or tablet with a robust  internet connection sufficient to cope with online delivery. 

Course dates:

Dysgu O Bell / Remote Learning

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17 Sep 202009:00Thursday7.513£750D00086518
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Entry requirements:

There are no entry requirements for this qualification, however it is important that learners have a suitable standard of English language in order to understand and articulate the concepts contained in the syllabus.

This course will be remotely delivered by a tutor in a virtual online classroom and delegates must have access to a suitable PC, laptop or tablet with a robust  internet connection sufficient to cope with online delivery. 

Delivery:

This course is delivered by taught sessions and group work.

Assessment:

Students are assessed with a written examination for each of the two taught units, NGC1 and NCC1 (2 hours). 

There is also a practical assessment for unit NCC2, designed to help you apply your learning at work and add value for your employer.

Progression:

NEBOSH Diploma