Myth busting As I’ve said before I have been around for a while and I have lost count of the number of times I have heard things like “NEBOSH ask weird questions” and “you have to say the right buzzwords” and my personal favourite “they need to fail so many people so sometimes … [Read more...] about Decoding the Diploma Scenario Based Assessment – the OBE – Part 2
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I wondered what I could cover for this blog post and decided on a pet topic of mine over the years – mind mapping! This is a technique that can be used in multiple circumstances such as when trying to organise thoughts when answering an exam question or assignment question or … [Read more...] about Study Technique – Try Mind Mapping!
For sectors that experience predictable, seasonal peaks in trade – retail, hospitality and transport, for example – recruiting temporary staff is often the most efficient way to handle the extra workload. But with such a short tenure, how much training and onboarding is … [Read more...] about 5 Health and Safety Tips for Onboarding Temporary Workers
The Grenfell Tower inquiry rumbles on and has yet to be concluded, but the government is taking action to address some key safety issues which have arisen as a result. I would love to say that these are simple, they are unfortunately rather complicated and are being implemented … [Read more...] about Building Safety Act UK Only
As I write this for our new (and continuing) students I’m also thinking of my daughter who is starting her first year of her degree at University. And it made me think – what can I do to advise someone studying for a higher level (level 6 and above) qualification. I’m also … [Read more...] about Welcome to University! Embarking on your NEBOSH Diploma Journey – Part 1