In collaboration with Emaan OSH Connect Pte Ltd (NEBOSH Accredited Centre no. 795), HSP Academy is offering NEBOSH International General Certificate (IGC) – Blended Course.
Blended learning is becoming popular as the preferred approach for organizations that wish to optimize the use of their limited resources that are available for training while making no compromises with learning effectiveness. Blended learning takes advantage of the potential offered by the myriad of new, online learning technologies, using these alongside the wide range of conventional classroom and self-study methods to generate new combinations that outperform traditional approaches.
Objective NEBOSH IGC – BLENDED COURSE
The objective of this approach is to develop Occupational Health and Safety competencies inline with NEBOSH International general certificate.
Methodologies NEBOSH IGC – BLENDED COURSE
This method of facilitating NEBOSH IGC is designed for professionals with an existing background in OH&S. This is not a condensed course or short cut to the IGC. Students are required to undertake a minimum participation in the following:
- Formal Classroom: 36 hrs (Minimum) – 4 full days with at least 5 days break in between. E.g. 2 days of classes, 5 days break, 2 days of classes.
- Tutorials and student exercises: 44 hrs includes weekly Q&A sessions via email
- Self/Group study: 53 hrs
- Examinations: 8hrs (Minimum) comprising of 2 question papers and 1 practical assessment.
COURSE OUTLINE NEBOSH IGC – BLENDED COURSE
Unit IGC1 Management of International Health and Safety
- Foundations in health and safety
- Health and safety management systems – Policy
- Health and safety management systems – Organising
- Health and safety management systems – Planning
- Health and safety management systems – Measuring, audit and review
Unit IGC2 Control of International workplace Hazards
- Workplace hazards and risk control
- Transport hazards and risk control
- Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control
- Work equipment hazards and risk control
- Electrical safety
- Fire safety
- Chemical and biological health hazards and risk control
- Physical and psychological health hazards and risk control
Unit IGC3 International health and safety practical application
|TYPICAL COURSE SCHEDULE – 3 MONTHS|
|Week 1||Classroom learning||4 days|
|Week 2-9||Tutorials and student exercises (via Email)||8 weeks|
|Week 10||Written Examination (IGC 1 & 2)||1 day|
- IGC paper 1 & 2 Papers will be marked by NEBOSH UK
- IGC paper 3 will be marked by local assessor
- Results will be made known within 3 months followed by delivery of certificates for successful participants
ACCOUNTABILITY NEBOSH IGC – BLENDED COURSE
All tuition will be provided by an approved NEBOSH facilitator in accordance with the guidance of the course provider’s handbook.
Tutors will adhere to the IGC curriculum and maintain the highest possible standard through the training.
CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES NEBOSH IGC – BLENDED COURSE
Each module is introduced and the key elements presented via a combination of media including videos, power point presentations and instructor guided workshops. A site inspection will be undertaken to develop practical hazard identification and reporting skills. The average time per module is approximately 2-3 hrs, with an additional time afforded the site inspection and development of report writing strategies, (Total time 36 hrs).
TUTORIALS PRESENTED OVER 8 WEEKS NEBOSH IGC – BLENDED COURSE
Selected questions a presented by the tutor designed to develop researching capabilities and summarize the underpinning knowledge presented in the classroom. Students will be required to complete Q & A and topic summaries. A series of randomly selected questions from previous exams will be presented in the weekly Q &A session. Additional weighting is allocated to those elements which require more detail in accordance with IGC course outline. The average tutorial time equates to around 8-12 hours per week of student contact time, (minimum total time 44 hrs).
- Assessment will be undertaken in accordance with NEBOSH guidelines for IGC.
- Assessment comprises of two written exams (IGC1 and IGC2) plus one practical report (IGC3).
NEBOSH IGC – BLENDED COURSE BENEFITS FOR EMPLOYERS
Despite the increasing global recognition of the importance of health and safety at work, accidents and work-related ill-health continue to affect all types of workplaces and occupations. The ILO estimates that 6,300 people daily as a result of occupational accidents or work-related diseases – more than 2.3 million deaths worldwide per year. At least 10% of these deaths are due to the 337 million accidents at work that occur annually. There are an estimated 500 – 2000 non-fatal injuries for every fatal injury (including 160 million cases of work-related disease), many of which result in lost earnings, lost jobs and permanent disability and poverty.
In addition to the direct costs of sick pay and absence, employers can find themselves dealing with criminal prosecution, claims for compensation, adverse publicity and harm to both business reputation and profitability. In the UK alone, the estimated annual cost of occupational injury and illness in 2005/6 is £3 billion to UK employers and £13 billion to the British economy. In 2003, the ILO estimated the cost to the global economy at an estimated $1.25 trillion ($1,250,000 million).
The vast majority of workplace injuries, accidents and ill-health are avoidable by good health and safety management. By saving money, improving productivity and raising workforce morale, effective health and safety management should be recognised as an essential element of a successful management strategy.
Many larger organisations choose the NEBOSH qualifications as a key part of their supervisors’ or management development programme. By ensuring that line managers have a sound understanding of the principles of risk management they build an effective safety culture in the organisation. Smaller organisations, operating in lower risk environments, often choose the NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety as the appropriate qualification for the manager taking the lead on health and safety issues.
NEBOSH IGC COURSE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
There are no specific barriers, in terms of academic qualifications, skills or experience to entry to the NEBOSH International General Certificate programme. However, it should be noted that where the assessments are set in English they must be answered in English only. This includes the requirement to write a short report based on the candidate’s own workplace.
The standard of English required by candidates studying for the NEBOSH International General Certificate must be such that they can both understand and articulate the concepts contained in the syllabus.
NEBOSH recommends that candidates undertaking this qualification should reach a minimum standard of English equivalent to an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.0 or higher.
NEBOSH IGC BLENDED COURSE FEE and PAYMENT METHOD
Course fee : US$2200,- (Two thousand two hundred US Dollar)
- Booking fee US$500,- (Five hundred US$) – 2 weeks before the class begin.
- Second Payment US$600,- (Six hundred US$) – 1st day of the class room learning week 1
- Third Payment US$1100,- (Six hundred US$) – week 6 (1 month before examination)
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