NEBOSH ICC ( International Construction Certificate ) Training
Our Open courses are scheduled to run in 2 separate blocks of '1-week' and '2-weeks'; with a period of 2-5 weeks between the blocks:
International locations and/or client specific
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
This course provides people in the construction industry with a solid foundation to carry out their responsibilities & make day to day decisions in respect of health & safety construction activities. It is based on international standards and management systems providing people with the underpinning knowledge & skills to apply in a practical context anywhere in the world.
This course comprises of three units:
IGC1 - Management of health and safety (Unit 1 of the General Certificate)
ICC1 - Managing and controlling hazards in international construction activities
ICC2 - International construction health and safety practical application
Health and safety practical application
This course has been designed for Supervisors, Managers, Safety Representatives and personnel who have responsibility for day to day advice on health, safety & welfare in the construction industry based in any part of the world outside the UK.
Delegates who have successfully completed the NEBOSH General Certificate in the last 5 years are exempt from the first week of this course and the IGC1 exam.
Delegates who successfully complete two 2-hour written papers, plus a practical assessment carried out at their own workplace which involves safety monitoring of a construction site and the production of a formal report will receive a NEBOSH International Certificate in Construction Health & Safety.
Language: All of our courses (including all course materials) are delivered in English and the exams at the end of the course must also be written in English. Candidates should therefore have a good standard of written English. NEBOSH do not deduct marks for spelling or grammar but they must be able to read and understand candidates answers in order to be able to award the appropriate marks. Candidates for whom English is not their first language will be allowed extra time in their examinations, subject to approval from NEBOSH.