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NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety Exam (In-Company Delivery)

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The NEBOSH Oil & Gas Certificate is assessed with a 2-hour exam for IOG1.

This consists of ten 'short-answer' questions and one 'long answer' question, each worth 8 marks. This is an invigilated written exam, taken at an exam centre.

While working through the course, at the end of each study unit there are exam type questions designed for learners to use as revision aids when preparing for their written exam.  

NEBOSH Oil & Gas Certificate Exam Process

The NEBOSH Oil & Gas Certificate is assessed with one written exam paper for the IOG1.

This will be a 2-hour paper taken under invigilation. When you are registered for this exam, you will receive joining instructions from Astutis 2 weeks prior to your exam date, this will include all details such as confirmation of venue, timings and everything you need. 


Exam Day

Written exams are usually held from 09:30-11:30am. This will be an invigilated exam, and your exam papers will be collected and submitted for marking at the end of the exam session.


Your NEBOSH Oil & Gas Certificate Exam Results

Results for your exam paper should be emailed to you within 50 working days of your exam date. Once successful, you will receive a full qualification certificate from NEBOSH. This is sent in the post and can take up to 6-10 weeks after results.


If you have had a referral on a NEBOSH Oil & Gas Certificate exam, don't worry!  

Please just contact your Astutis account manager who can help to arrange a re-sit for your exam and offer useful resources from our team to help you prepare.

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