March 2021 was the launch of the new NEBOSH Construction Certificate syllabus. Take a look at the changes NEBOSH have made to the syllabus below.
The NEBOSH syllabus has been reviewed and updated to provide learners with the skills, knowledge and understanding which is required in the modern workplace.
NEBOSH made the changes from feedback provided by Learning Partners, employers, learners and subjects experts.
NEBOSH Health & Safety Management for Construction used to be split into three modules. These were NG1, NCC1 and NCC2 (the practical assessment). Whereas now it’s just NC1, which is the complete course.
Open Book Exam is now the only way to assess the NEBOSH Health & Safety Management for Construction. Previously, you had to attend a combination of face to face and practical assessments for your submission.
You access the Open Book Exam online, meaning you can complete it wherever you please. The learner will be provided with specific dates for the exam as part of their course, and they are open for 48 hours.
The learner will need to follow this process to attend the Open Book Exam:
Take a look at more information on OBE’s here.
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