The NEBOSH Construction Certificate is designed to provide a sound breadth of underpinning knowledge that enables you to discharge more effectively your duties, with respect to health and safety within construction activities.
The course is run over a total of 15 days, which is broken down into two-days a week for seven weeks. This culminates in two written exams (NGC1 & NCC1) and one construction health and safety practical application (NNC2).
Dates for 2020 tbc
There are no specific barriers, in terms of academic qualifications, skills or experience for entry onto the NEBOSH National Construction Certificate. However, your standard of English must be sufficient enough to allow you to understand and articulate the concepts within the syllabus. All assessments must also be completed in English and the qualification includes a requirement to write an assessment report based on your own workplace.
The NEBOSH National Construction Certificate covers three different Units over the 15 day period, which include the following areas:
Unit NGC1 – Management of Health & Safety
- Element 1 – Foundations in health and safety
- Element 2 – Health and safety management systems – Plan
- Element 3 – Health and safety management systems – Do
- Element 4 – Health and safety management systems – Check
- Element 5 – Health and safety management systems – Act
Unit NCC1 – Managing and Controlling Hazards in Construction Activities
- Element 1 – Construction law and management
- Element 2 – Construction site hazards and risk control
- Element 3 – Vehicle and plant movement hazards and risk control
- Element 4 – Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control
- Element 5 – Work equipment hazards and risk control
- Element 6 – Electrical Safety
- Element 7 – Fire Safety
- Element 8 – Chemical and biological health hazards and risk control
- Element 9 – Physical and psychological health hazards and risk control
- Element 10 – Working at height hazards and risk control
- Element 11 – Excavation work and confined spaces hazards and risk control
- Element 12 – Demolition and deconstruction hazards and risk control
Unit NCC2 – Construction Health and Safety Practical Application
- Purpose and aim
- Assessment location
- Assessment requirements
- Submission of completed work
- Further information
All training is conducted at our John Ryder Training Centre in Chertsey. Center opening hours are 8am to 5.30pm, the course commences at 9am and finish at approx 5pm , unless otherwise stated in the joining instructions. Refreshments are included on all courses (lunch is included on full day courses only).
If you are travelling by road, Chertsey is served by both the M3 and M25. No parking is permitted on the grounds of the Centre, but there is sufficient parking in and around Chertsey, all within walking distance of the John Ryder Training Centre.
For those that use public transport, Chertsey if served by a good service from Waterloo, changing at Staines, Weybridge or Virginia Water for the Chertsey line. The station is approximately ten minutes walk from the Centre.
If you are attending a two day course and require overnight accommodation, a local hotel list is available upon request.