General Certificate Overview


NEBOSH Certificate level qualifications are available, training is generalized to cover a wide scope of specifically focused on particular areas of Health, Safety and Risk Management. To discover more information about the course and what topics are covered in your training, use the links below.

There are no prerequisite entry requirements for this NEBOSH International National General Certificate level qualification.

This Health & Safety NEBOSH International General Certificate is suitable for managers and supervisors or other employee representatives and covers the primary legal requirements as laid out in International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions and recommendations. Documented best international practices for managing health and safety in the workplace also plays a vital role.

A quick overview

Course Enrollment Fee: R 8500
Awarding Body: National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH)
Recommended: Managers, supervisors and employee representatives
Legislation: Managers, supervisors and employee representatives
Duration: 135 Hours (10 Days)
Study: Block week or Part time
Examination: Two written paper(s) (IGC1 & GC2)
Membership: TechIOSH
NQF Level: 4
Credits: 145

Standard of English

An adequate understanding of the English language is required by the students whom undertake study for the NEBOSH International General Certificate and must be to such an degree that they can both understand and articulate the key concepts contained within the course syllabus.

NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Safety & Health
The NEBOSH International General Certificate is a must for anyone that is serious about wanting to gain a strong knowledge about Health and Safety.
The course is broken down into two sections, the first section focusing on managerial issues such as ILO conventions and recommendations, safety management systems, risk assessments etc.
The second core Unit addresses common hazards and control measures such as manual handling, fire, electricity, hazardous substances and more. This wealth of information will provide the necessary tools for the candidate to become a great asset for their present company or potential employer, who will value these well sought after skills.