The NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety is the qualification for aspiring health & safety professionals and is requested more and more by employers worldwide. Completing your NEBOSH Diploma will boost your career and set you apart as a competent professional.
The NEBOSH Diploma is for aspiring health and safety professionals
who want to develop their career further in health and safety. It is strongly recommended that you have completed the NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety before starting the NEBOSH Diploma.
Successful completion of the National Diploma means you can apply for graduate membership of IOSH (Grad IOSH) and take the next step towards chartered membership of IOSH.
We want you to pass. We will help you achieve success in your Diploma.
If you have any questions, get in contact and we will be happy to discuss the best learning option for you.
Astutis offer excellent discounts available for more than one delegate on a training course at our training centres. For more information on prices and discounts please contact Astutis on the NEBOSH Diploma.
Our NEBOSH Diploma Courses are run in:
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“The NEBOSH National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety remains the most sought after professional level health and safety qualification in the UK.”
CEO’s Review from
“A hard week made very enjoyable by tutor. I have already been improved as a H&S professional as a result of learning outcomes. Thank you”
Head of Safety, Transpennine Express
All course materials are designed,developed and updated in-house by our Technical Director Brenig Moore and are now available in digital format for your convenience.
Feedback from clients has been excellent and we would like to share this with you.
We would be delighted to show you our materials and also offer references and introductions to current Astutis delegates