Where students are able to study on their own but feel they may benefit from some direct tutor led support the distance learning provides this option.
The package for each course contains comprehensive handouts covering the full range of the syllabus and includes practical examples and exercises to support the theoretical study required.
In addition to the main handouts an additional key point summary of the entire syllabus is included highlighting the essential learning points for each element to support students’ study and revision. Guidance on the completion of the work based assessment, which must be completed as part of the qualification, is also provided.
It is supplemented by the provision of tutor marked assessments per course unit, plus tutor support by telephone and email.
This package includes:
- Comprehensive handouts based on each Nebosh syllabus unit and element
- Key points summary (This gives an overview of the essential learning for each element in an overview format)
- Important definitions and abbreviations
- Example useful forms
- Example examination questions, tutor marked and self marked assessments
- Guidance on examination techniques
- Guidance on the work based assessment of the qualification
- Provision and marking of sample exam questions
- Online resources including downloadable podcasts on all key topics within the syllabus
- Provision of a comprehensive private study guide. Once completed this can be submitted for marking to provide details on any areas where additional study or clarification is required
- Support by email and telephone for a period of 12 months from booking
The following learning hours are only an approximate guide, some delegates will take a shorter/longer amount of time and additional revision time prior to the exams should be allocated.
NGC1 The Management of Health and Safety (59 hours)
Element One - Health and Safety Foundations including legal overview
Element Two - "Planning", including safety policies
Element Three – "Do" Organising and risk assessment
Element Four – "Checking" including workplace inspections and accident reporting
Element Five - "Act" including audits and reviews
NCC1 Managing and Controlling Hazards in Construction Activities (97 hours)
Element 1 – Construction law and management
Element 2 – Construction site - hazards and risk control
Element 3 – Vehicle and plant movement - hazards and risk control
Element 4 - Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control
Element 5 - Work equipment - hazards and risk control
Element 6 – Electrical safety
Element 7 - Fire safety
Element 8 - Chemical and biological health - hazards and risk control
Element 9 - Physical and psychological health - hazards and risk control
Element 10 - Working at height - hazards and risk control
Element 11 - Excavation work and confined spaces - hazards and risk control
Element 12 - Demolition and deconstruction - hazards and risk control
|Distance Learning||Exam Fees||Optional Revision Session|
|Full Course (NGC1, NCC1 & NCC2)||£425.00 + vat|
|£115.00* + £150.00 + vat|
|1 day £100.00 + vat|
|NCC1 only||£375.00 + vat|
|£46.00* + £45 + vat|
|1/2 day £60.00 + vat|
|NCC2||n/a||£23.00* + £60 + vat|
Once payment has been received, the study package will be sent by recorded delivery.
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.
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. We shall contact you if you have not made contact with us regarding your study for a period of 6 months.
NCC2 – 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.
If you wish to sit your exams with Cambridge Safety, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the exam date you wish to sit, and we will confirm availability and send you an exam
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