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NEBOSH International Fire Safety (via eLearning)
NEBOSH International Fire Safety Certificate
There are no prerequisite entry requirements for this NEBOSH International Fire Certificate 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. This construction qualification is aimed at those who are required to provide routine, day-to-day advice on fire related issues in the work environment.
A quick overview
Examination Registration fee:
Course Unit modules:
National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH)
For those responsible for Fire Safety
Globally, International best practices
120 Hours (10 Days)
2 x Written paper(s) (IGC1 & IFC1), plus 1 x Practical Inspection Report (FC2)
Available annually in the months of March / June / September / December
£110 + exam venue fee (if applicable)
NEBOSH International Diploma, Degree, Masters
Standard of English
An adequate understanding of the English language required by students whom undertake study for the NEBOSH International Fire Safety Certificate must be to such degree that they can both understand and articulate the key concepts contained within the course syllabus.
Key Fire Safety Topics Covered
- Legal requirements for health and safety at work
- Implementation of health and safety management systems and managing fire safety
- Identification of workplace fire hazards
- Methods of fire hazard control
- Practical application of knowledge and understanding via a fire risk assessment
Exams and how you’re assessed
There are three major course Units (IGC1, IFC1 & FC2) to successfully complete before you become fully certified with the NEBOSH International Fire Safety & Risk Management Certificate qualification.
The examinations are held four times each year and are to be taken on location at a registered NEBOSH examination centre. Additional sitting fees may be applicable based on the exam centre venue.
The examinations are scheduled on NEBOSH standard examination dates in the months of March, June, July and December.
Written Exam Papers
Examinations comprise of two 2-hour written papers for each of the core unit modules (namely IGC1 & IFC1), which means there are two, 2-hour examinations in total. Each written papers consists of one long answer question and ten short answer questions.
Practical Exam Papers
Students must also complete a practical inspection report assessment, which consists of carrying out a risk assessment of a workplace and preparing a short report – this is known as Unit FC2.
How your NEBOSH papers are marked
The core Unit exam papers will be marked by approved NEBOSH examiners that provide basic feedback and an overall grade. You need to gain a minimum passing grade of 45 out of 100 marks for each of the core Unit exam papers. The Unit FC2 inspection report is graded by your assigned SHEilds tutor where you are required to gain a mark of 60 out of 100 to successfully pass.
IMPORTANT! Only students who have enrolled with NEBOSH through an accredited NEBOSH approved training centre are eligible to register for the examination.
What you get …
Let’s see what resources, tools and technologies are included within this NEBOSH International Fire Safety eLearning course.
What is eLearning?
eLearning is an online classroom, which can be accessed any time/any where, fully supported by SHEilds team of accredited Tutors in the UK.
We have developed a multitude of interactions to nurture your learning style and stretch your abilities, giving you the best prospects for success.
- SHEilds courses have been developed for maximum compatibilities across all device types
- System hardware spec: Web browser with multimedia capabilities
- There are no programs to download
- Your course is completely online, you only download content you choose
SHEilds are a global leader in International Fire Safety and Risk Management training and course delivery, specialising internationally in health, safety and environmental qualifications and accredited by the awarding body of the UK’s National Examination Board of Occupational Safety & Health (NEBOSH) centre number 548
what you will learn from this International Fire Safety Certificate
Breaking down what you will learn in Unit IGC1:
- Foundations in health and safety
- Health and safety management systems: Plan
- Health and safety management systems: Do
- Health and safety management systems: Check
- Health and safety management systems: Act