NEBOSH INTERNATIONAL GENERAL CERTIFICATE IN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 

 

 

COURSE OVERVIEW:

This course is suitable for anyone looking to strengthen their knowledge and understanding of health and safety — it is the must have qualification for site health and safety advisers.

This course provides an excellent grounding in the principles and practice of health and safety management for those responsible for providing specialist advice to their organisation. It is relevant to practitioners from all sectors and blends international best practice standards with a detailed understanding of the New Zealand context.

 

 

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    NEBOSH IGC COURSE SCHEDULE 2019

 

LOCATION

WEEK ONE

WEEK TWO

EXAM DAY

PRACTICAL DUE

Māngere, Auckland

21-25 January

11-15 February

4 March

18 March

Hamilton

18-22 March

8-12 April

29 April

13 May

Christchurch

6-10 May

27-31 May

10 June

24 June

Māngere, Auckland

20-24 May

10-14 June

1 July

15 July

Māngere, Auckland

29 July-2 August

19-23 August

9 September

23 September

Wellington

12-16 August

2-6 September

23 September

7 October

Christchurch

14-18 October

4-8 November

25 November

9 December

Māngere, Auckland

21-25 October

11-15 November

2 December

16 December

 

 

 


Here's how the course is structured:
 

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PEOPLE WHO COMPLETE THIS COURSE WILL HAVE KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICAL SKILLS TO:

  • Understand and apply best practice international health and safety standards
  • Explain the moral and economic advantages of good standards in health and safety in an organisation
  • Develop, promote, and communicate an effective health and safety culture in an organisation
  • Identify the key features of a health and safety policy and prepare and take on a health and safety audit
  • Understand the importance of proactive and reactive health and safety monitoring measures
  • Identify hazards in the workplace and carry out risk assessments, record findings, and review procedures
  • Strategies for controlling hazards, reducing risks, and applying safe systems of work
  • Identify fire hazards and consequential risks, advise on measures to minimise fire risks, and develop fire procedures
  • Identify ill health effects of physical processes of work and the work environment and recommend suitable measures to combat risks
  • Develop processes and procedures for investigating and reporting accidents at work

 

WHY CHOOSE IMPAC?

  • Our New Zealand-based tutors blend international best practice with a New Zealand context
  • Our students love the interactive, discussion-based environment where they learn from others' experiences - something you cannot achieve from online individual learning
  • Since our accreditation in 2008, we have had over 500 students successfully complete the qualification
  • Our pass rate is much higher than the international average, which can help our students be more competitive in the safety industry in New Zealand and worldwide

*Exam and practical pass rate above are for exams conducted between November 26 2018 and March 4 2019. 

 

Investment: $4500 + GST (a discounted price may be available with a NZTE voucher)

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