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E-learning: NEBOSH International Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety

Overview

Course overview
The NEBOSH International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety gives learners the skills and knowledge to competently manage and control all aspects of health and safety, enabling them to reduce risk, raise standards and improve efficency in their company.

As globalisation increases, governments and employers are recognising the need for a common and consistent standard for achieving and maintaining the health and safety of workers in all parts of the world. Based on international standards, the NEBOSH International Diploma provides a recognised level of practice that helps to improve safety standards and advance the profession on a global scale. 

How is it different to the NEBOSH National Diploma?
The NEBOSH International Diploma is modelled on the NEBOSH National Diploma. The key difference is the application of legal requirements. Rather than being guided by UK legislation, the NEBOSH International Diploma takes a risk management approach based on best practice and international standards, such as the International Labour Organisation (ILO) codes of practice. Local laws and cultural factors are also included when appropriate.

It’s this global best practice approach which helps make sure people all around the world are working to the same high standards.

Who is the NEBOSH International Diploma for?
The NEBOSH International Diploma is for health and safety professionals working outside of the UK looking to develop their knowledge and skills to an advanced level. 

Learners should already have a foundation-level qualification, such as the NEBOSH International Certificate, and/or have at least 5 years’ experience in the field.

How is the NEBOSH International Diploma assessed?
There are three x 3-hour written exams, 1 each for Units IA, IB and IC. Unit DNI is an 8000 word project. Exams are held twice a year in January and July in recognised exam centres - find your nearest exam venue here.

Where is the NEBOSH International Diploma recognised?

  • The NEBOSH International Diploma is recognised by employers in all industries, all around the world. It meets the academic requirements to become a certified health and safety professional by international boards including:
    • The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
    • The International Institute of Risk Management (IIRM)
    • The Australian OHS Education Accreditation Board
    • Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP)
    • The Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP)
    • New Zealand Institute of Safety Management (NZISM)
    • South African Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (SAIOSH)

Why take the NEBOSH International Diploma?

    • Success with pass rates well above the national averages
    • Expert tutor support from CMIOSH trainers including NEBOSH Diploma examiners
    • Effective learning experience using case studies, problem solving and practical application to the workplace
    • Exam preparation with revision webinars and exam question practice
    • Reassurance with continued support on all aspects of your learning
    • Comprehensive online/offline course materials
    • Share your learning with online forums with tutors and individuals

For more information about your NEBOSH International Diploma course

Location & Date

Fees

  • 2020
    • Per participant
    • USD 1,386
Fees + VAT as applicable
Tax Registration Number : 100139824100506

Course Outline

What's covered in the NEBOSH International Diploma?
The NEBOSH International Diploma is split into 4 units and covers:

Unit IA: Managing health and safety
Unit IB: Hazardous agents in the workplace
Unit IC: Workplace and work equipment safety
Unit DNI: Application of health and safety theory and practice