- Next unit starts 13th May 2024
- Full Course Price £6532 inc vat and Nebosh fees
- Day Release
- The classroom course is 3 units with a total of 30 tutorial days, plus 11 days to work towards the three course assessments.
- Based in Peterborough
Highly sought after by many organisations, the NEBOSH National Diploma in Health and Safety trains delegates to competently apply key legislation and health and safety practices to the work environment.
Since its introduction in 1980, it has become the most popular qualification of its kind with over 18,000 students having successfully gained the Diploma and is the first UK vocational qualification to be developed specifically for health and safety professionals. A brand new syllabus and format for this qualification was launched in 2021, with new style updated assessments as from July 2023.
The course provides an in-depth understanding of occupational health and safety. It covers a the additional management skills along with in-depth reviews of risk management techniques, human factors along with workplace health issues and key safety risks. These skills can be applied to a range of sectors including healthcare, construction and facilities management.
Our DN3 2023 classroom course achieved a 80% pass rate, exceeding the national pass rate!
The updated 2023 version of the qualification consists of three units : DN1 Managing Health and Safety, DN2 Workplace Health Hazards, DN3 Workplace Safety.
Health and safety practitioners, advisers and officers who wish to develop their knowledge and skills. It is also suitable for those whose roles involve Health and Safety as an integral part of their job/profession and for those with overall responsibilities for Health and Safety within any multifaceted business e.g:
The Diploma is a level 6 course and requires delegates to have the underpinning formal knowledge of health and safety before commencing study, delegates must have either completed the Nebosh Certificate or a similar level three H&S qualification to be eligible for this programme. If you have not studied with Cambridge Safety previously you will be required to show evidence of your level 3 qualification.
Successful completion of this programme can enable delegates to progress to Chartered Membership of IOSH (CMIOSH) and full membership of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (MIIRSM). In addition, you can also choose to enrol with the Occupational Safety and Health Consultants Register (OSHCR).
Delegates are required to enrol with a training centre to study this accredited programme.
For further information please take a look at the Nebosh Learner Guide.
Our modern study centre is based in Peterborough at the following address: 10 Swan Court, Forder Way, Cygnet Park, Hampton, Peterborough PE7 8GX
Based in the city of Peterborough - within easy reach of surrounding cities like London - Cambridge Safety is a leading provider of NEBOSH and IOSH training courses.
Catering for teams and individuals of all levels of knowledge, our courses cover all aspects of health and safety, from fire to environmental responsibility. You can study your way, with flexible training arrangements to suit you. Whichever learning approach you choose, our well above-average pass rates mean you’re in safe hands.
We have been running this highly successful programme for more than 20 years with pass rates for all three units consistently exceeding the national average. We’ll not only help you pass with flying colours, we’ll also ensure you gain an in-depth understanding of your chosen subject and help you apply your knowledge and skills to the workplace.
A Gold Partner is recognised for providing delegates with an outstanding learning experience with teaching practices that inspire, engage and encourage a deeper level of study.
If you’re passionate about making a positive difference in the workplace and preventing health and safety issues, this course will place you with like-minded students and tutors who value high standards.
NEBOSH Environmental Management Certificate
As well as protecting the environment and demonstrating social responsibility, this course will also help your organisation avoid prosecution, litigation or loss of reputation from environmental mismanagement.
NEBOSH HSE Introduction to Incident Investigation
Refresh your knowledge on Incident Investigation with this one day course, the ability to conduct a thorough and effective incident investigation is an essential tool for all Health and Safety professionals.
NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Managing Stress at Work
This one day course helps delegates to identify and reduce workplace stressors to achieve a healthier and happier workforce.
You can read all of our FAQs for this course and more on our dedicated FAQs page.
NEBOSH recommends a minimum of 191 taught hours and approximately 144 hours of private study to successfully complete the study, with an additional 140 hours to complete the course assessments. You will need to complete the course within five years of your enrolment.
No, delegates must have already completed the Nebosh General Certificate or an equivalent NVQ level three course as you are expected to have the underpinning knowledge to study for the Diploma.
We currently do not offer this course online. However, we do offer distance learning options and classroom based sessions.
An informative and interesting course, I have learned a lot and enjoyed the classroom activities. All trainers were great, helpful, enthusiastic, informative and friendly.
Richard was very informative amazing tutor for us to learn from, he was very inspiring!
Good and relevant information, Gary is an experienced and knowledgeable instructor.
An excellent course as always, I’m going to do the Environmental Diploma next
A brilliant course, Jackie is a great tutor able to gain attention and share her knowledge
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