NEBOSH National Construction Certificate

In partnership with RRC International

Course Description

This qualification has been specially established for health and safety advisers, site managers, CDM co-ordinators, employee representatives and others who will gain a comprehensive basic knowledge and understanding of occupational safety and health as it relates to construction activities

Course Aims

The NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Safety and Health requires around 160 hours of study and is assessed by a combination of formal examination and a practical assessment.Possession of the Construction Certificate will demonstrate an adequate knowledge and understanding of both the broad range of health and safety hazards associated with construction activities. This knowledge, coupled with the relevant experience, will give you the competence to advise on minimising health and safety-related losses within the construction environment, so ensuring both legal compliance and reducing the costs of accidents and ill health at work.

Course Content

The course follows the syllabus as prescribed by the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH). Assessment is via a site inspection and report and two written examinations (NGC1 & NCC2 see below).Unit NGC 1 “The Management of Health and Safety

Course Details

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15 days

Available in company

Typical capacity:


Typical cost per candidate:


Typical cost per course:

£1990 without NGC exams