Training Force partners with NEBOSH

The NEBOSH International General Certificate (IGC) in Occupational Health and Safety, a leader in globally recognised health and safety courses, is now available through Training Force.

Training Force is known for providing high-quality solutions for businesses in all industries, and this latest offering is sure to provide a holistic solution to health and safety training needs.

The NEBOSH IGC allows one to be recognised for health and safety skills and knowledge anywhere in the world. Over 35 000 people have achieved the qualifications since its introduction in 2004.

It is also suitable for those embarking on a career in health and safety, providing a sound basis for progression on to the NEBOSH International Diploma. Furthermore, no previous health and safety knowledge is required.

The IGC syllabus 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 form part of the study programme where relevant and appropriate.

The course covers:
• Management of international health and safety (IGC1).
• Control of international workplace hazards (GC2).
• International health and safety practical application (GC3).
• IGC1 and GC2 are two-hour exams and GC3 is a two-hour practical assessment carried out in the workplace no later than two weeks after sitting for the final NEBOSH exam. This practical element will be assessed by Training Force and externally moderated by NEBOSH.

This course takes 11 days to complete, including exams.

The first registration period closes on February 14 for the NEBOSH IGC qualification. Training Force has an opening special of R19 990 including VAT for this registration period.

For more information or to register email visit or call Training Force on 011 974 6633.

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