Students may choose to sit their examinations at venues and dates listed here.
Costs for this eLearning NEBOSH Diploma
- NEBOSH Course Fee£1,450
Payments for eLearning courses made within the UK (only) are subject to UK VAT at the prevailing rate.
NEBOSH International Diploma (via eLearning)
NEBOSH International Diploma
There are no prerequisite entry requirements for this NEBOSH International Diploma level qualification. Although students will find it helpful to have already achieved certification of the NEBOSH International General Certificate first as this greatly improves a students’ potential end-result. Students should be mindful this is a Degree level qualification and as such SHEilds classify NEBOSH Diplomas as demanding qualifications and therefore you may find it very difficult to gain a pass mark if you do not already have this crucial background knowledge as a health & safety practitioner and/or the ability and application to study at this level.
A quick overview
Examination Registration fee:
Course Unit modules:
National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH)
Supervisors & Managers, OSHA & SHE Practitioners
250 – 500 Hours (35 Days)
3 x Written paper(s), 1 x assignment
Available annually in the months of January / July
£392+ exam venue fee (if applicable)
Available at hundreds of locations globally
Standard of English
An adequate understanding of the English language required by students whom undertake study for the NEBOSH International Diploma must be to such degree that they can both understand and articulate the key concepts contained within the course syllabus.
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what you will learn from this International Diploma
Breaking down what you will learn in Unit A:
- Principles of Health and Safety Management.
- Loss Causation and Incident Investigation
- Measuring and Reviewing Health & Safety Performance
- Identifying Hazards, Assessing & Evaluating Risk
- Risk Control
- Organisational Factors
- Human Factors
- Regulating Health & Safety
Unit D Assignment
Your tutors will guide you through the Unit D Assignment and a log of discussions between yourself and tutor is kept as evidence, which is collated over your study period.