Optional Tutorials, Revision and Exam Preparation Sessions
Additional tutorial days on specific topics, for a maximum of 4 days, are available, places permitting. Please ask for our current course agenda for dates and topics.
Revision tutorials are run prior to some examinations, these aim to cover a range of issues from the relevant syllabus, focus on examination techniques and give candidates an opportunity to do a variety of practice examination type questions.
It also enables delegates to clarify any points from the syllabus which they are unsure about. Time permitting a mock assessment or examination is also used to prepare candidates for their formal examinations.
We also provide a service to external delegates who would like feedback on practice exam type questions.
Sitting the Examinations
Study may commence at any time and you have the flexibility of choosing when to sit your examinations. However please note that to enter for any Nebosh exam or assessment, exam registration must be made approximately 10 weeks before the examination date, for example if the exam date is the 10th of June, candidates must register with their examination centre by the 15th of April. Details of the exam dates and registration dates are provided once you have booked on, or if you have a specific exam date in mind please contact us to confirm when you will need to be registered.
Exams for certificate level qualifications are available at least four times a year and diploma level qualifications are available two times a year. We shall contact you if you have not made contact with us regarding your study for a period of 6 months.
If you wish to sit your exam with Cambridge Safety, email email@example.com with the exam date you wish to sit, and we will confirm availability and send you an exam registration form.
Note for the General Certificate:
A brand new syllabus will be run from January 2020, if you have studied the 2014 syllabus and have not yet taken any assessments you must be registered for the NGC1, GC2 or GC3 by 1st March 2020 to be able to take the old style exams and workplace inspection. If you do not register before March or have not taken the NGC1, GC2 or GC3 you will need to take the new style NG1 & NG2 assessments when you are ready to do so. Do not worry the content of the old and new syllabus's are closely aligned so you will not have wasted your study.
NG1 - two hour examination
Workplace Assessment :
NG2 - work based practical risk assessment assessment
Candidates are required to find a suitable venue for their NG2 assessment. The NG2 practical application submission must be registered with Nebosh as per the NG1. The workplace risk assessment must be completed and submitted to your exam centre by the submission date provided. This can be submitted electronically, and will be uploaded to Nebosh. Late submissions cannot be accepted and if you miss the deadline you will need to be registered for the next submission date.
AM : EC1 - two hour examination
PM : EC2 - work based practical assessment
EC2– Candidates are required to find a suitable venue for their EC2 assessment. The EC2 practical application submission must be registered with Nebosh as per the EC1 exam. The inspection and report must be completed and submitted within 7 days of the examination, either 7 days before or after the date of their examinations.
AM : NGC1 - two hour examination
PM : FC1 - two hour examination
FC2 - work based practical assessment
AM : NGC1 - two hour examination
PM : NCC1 - two hour examination
NCC2 - work based practical assessment
NCC2 – Candidates are required to find a suitable venue for their NCC2 assessment. The NCC2 practical application submission must be registered with Nebosh as per the NGC1 and NCC1 exams. The inspection and report must be completed and submitted within 7 days of the examination, either 7 days before or after the date of their examinations.
Units A, B, C - Each unit has a three hour written exam, held twice a year every January and July. Delegates must be enrolled with a Nebosh Course provider.
Unit DNI - Four submission dates are held every year in February, May, August and November and you need to be registered for the submission. We shall email you with the registration forms for one year after you have sat Units A, B and C, if you have not submitted by then you will need to contact us when you are ready to submit and we can advise you of the next registration date.
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