The NEBOSH Diploma Unit D Assignment Personally, I feel that this is one of the most important parts of the diploma assessment. Whereas the exams test knowledge of the theory, Unit D checks that you can put that theory into practice. Unit D is intended as a formative assignment, so […]

The Unit D Assignment

The Diploma Exams ‘Three hours of mental torture’ – this is how one of my students once described the diploma exams. She was wrong – its actually NINE hours! This post gives some advice to help you avoid feeling the same way and dispels some common myths. Those who may […]

The Diploma Exams

The Certificate PA The final element of the certificate assessment requires the candidate to carry out a workplace inspection and write a short report to management. This is to test that the knowledge gained during the course can be applied in practice. Candidates don’t normally fail this part through want […]

The Certificate PA

The Certificate exams In the previous post, I focused on general revision techniques and gave tips on revision. This post is about how to tackle the exams themselves. The first thing to realise about the certificate exams is that they test a breath of knowledge across the syllabus without going […]

The Certificate exams

NEBOSH Exam – Revision techniques Whichever course you are doing, it is vital that you revise properly; revision is essential if you are to give yourself the best possible chance in the exam. This blog post will give some pointers to help you get the most from your revision… The […]

NEBOSH Exam – Revision techniques

Taking NEBOSH exams, whether at certificate or diploma level, can be a daunting task. It is true that NEBOSH have clear, often high, standards but the anxiety felt by many candidates is often increased by a wealth of misinformation (e.g. the ridiculous claim that NEBOSH operate a quota system that only allows […]

NEBOSH exams – how they work