The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (NG) is a widely recognised health and safety qualification. The NG offers an excellent grounding in the essentials of health and safety.
This qualification meets the academic requirements for Technician membership (Tech IOSH) of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and Associate membership (AIIRSM) of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM).
Location and Dates:
week 1 14 - 18 September week 2 12- 16 October Exam 20 October
Week 1 11-15 January 2021. Week 2 25-29 January. Exam 3 February
Week 1 10-14 May 2021. Week 2 31 May- 4 June. Exam 9 June
Week 1 April 26-30 April. Week 2 24-28 May Exam 9 June (online)
Week 1 April 26-30 April. Week 2 24-28 May. Exam 9 June
Week 1 March 8-12 March. Week 2 March 29 - 2 April
Week 1 January 11- 15 January. Week 2 January 25-29 January
Week 1 April 26- 30 April. Week 2 May 24-28 May
NEBOSH Examination Re-sit Fees
Should an exam re-sit be required the following costs would apply: -
· NG1 - £46 (no VAT) Registration fee plus £50+VAT admin charge
· GC2 - £23 (no VAT) Registration fee plus £50+VAT admin charge
Exam dates are subject to change or cancellation depending on confirmed numbers.
Registration for exams closes 3-weeks prior to exam date.
Exam fees and admin charges are non-refundable or transferrable within 3 weeks of the exam date.
Who is this course for?
The NG is the first step for those looking for a career in health and safety and it can be built upon with other NEBOSH qualifications. It’s ideal for people who need a comprehensive knowledge of health and safety and is suitable for managers, supervisors and staff with some level of health and safety responsibility.
This qualification is a commonly requested health and safety qualification by potential employers.
The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (NG) is based on UK legislation so, if you don’t intend to work in the UK, the NEBOSH International
General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety (IG) might be more suitable.