The NEBOSH International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety is a level-6 qualification for those looking to advance their skills and knowledge in health and safety outside of the UK.
The course is split into 4 units and builds on the knowledge gained from the NEBOSH General Certificate.
The NEBOSH International Diploma will provide you with the ability to:
Each element in each Unit also has it's own learning outcomes.
This unit provides an in-depth understanding of the key areas for managing health and safety on an international scale, covering moral, economic and societal drivers, health and safety management systems and regulating health and safety standards in a global economy.
Unit IB covers all major aspects of managing chemical, biological, physical and physiological hazards in the workplace.
Unit IC provides a thorough understanding of how to create and manage safe working environments, covering welfare, fire, dangerous substances, work equipment, electricity, construction and transport.
Unit DNI is an 8000 word assignment where you'll demonstrate the application of the knowledge you've gained throughout the course. Submission dates for Unit DNI assignments are in February, May, August and November each year.
All four units are mandatory and there are no optional units. You can choose to take all units at the same time, or study single units at different times.
Units IA, IB andI C are each assessed by a 3-hour written exam. The exam consists of 2 sections; Section A includes 6 short-answer questions, while Section B includes 3 short-answer questions. Each exam paper covers the whole unit syllabus - with at least one question per unit element. Unit DNI is a assessed through a work-based project.
Choosing to study for your qualification with Astutis means you can undertake the NEBOSH International Diploma course in either of the following ways:
Armed Forces' members can get financial support for higher level learning. As Astutis is an approved and registered partner of Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Service (ELCAS) courses you can get funding to study with us. Find out more.