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The results of the March NEBOSH International Certificate exams have just been released by NEBOSH and once again we’re delighted to congratulate our students on another great set of results. The exams for this award consist of two written papers (IG1 and IG2) and one work-place assignment (IG3).
NEBOSH exams are challlenging. The overall NEBOSH pass rates for the three exams at all centres were 58%, 58% and 89% respectively.
The pass rates for our students were 93%, 94% and 100%, well in excess of NEBOSH averages. Well done to all students.
If you or any of your colleagues have a NEBOSH qualification, I can definitely say you have earned it.
We run the International Certificate course which covers International legislation but we also cover Irish legislation. Other centres run the National Certificate which is based on UK legislation. If you are considering embarking on this course, make sure you check out what legislation is covered. It is also worth enquiring about the centre’s previous results.
Health and Safety Review by accident got the details of our course incorrect in their latest publication. The International Certificate equates to Irish National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ), Level 5.
A NEBOSH qualification is very worthwhile for anyone considering embarking on a career in Health and Safety. We run both the NEBOSH Certificate and the Diploma courses. The next intake of people for both courses will be in September.
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