Where and When?
Dates in Warminster for individuals below.
Location: Aid Training & Operations Ltd, Crusader House, Centurion Way, Crusader Park, Warminster, Wiltshire BA12 8BT
Course Dates Monday 4th November 2019 to Friday 8th November 2019 - Unit 1 - Waiting list available for these dates Contact us for more info Monday 18th November 2019 to Friday 22nd November 2019 - Unit 2 - Waiting list available for these dates Contact us for more info Monday 13th January 2020 to Friday 17th January 2020 - Unit 1 Contact us for more info Monday 27th January 2020 to Friday 31st January 2020 - Unit 2 Contact us for more info Monday 2nd March 2020 to Friday 6th March 2020 - Unit 1 Contact us for more info Monday 16th March 2020 to Friday 20th March 2020 - Unit 2 Contact us for more info Monday 18th May 2020 to Friday 22nd May 2020 - Unit 1 Contact us for more info Monday 1st June 2020 to Friday 5th June 2020 - Unit 2 Contact us for more info
Who should attend
Most widely held health and safety qualification in the UK for managers, supervisors and staff from all types of organisations who need a broad understanding of health and safety issues.
- Unit – NGC1 – Management of Health & Safety
Element 1 – Foundation in Health & Safety
Element 2 – Health & Safety Management Systems 1 – Plan
Element 3 - Health & Safety Management Systems 2 – Do
Element 4 - Health & Safety Management Systems 3 – Check
Element 5 - Health & Safety Management Systems 4 – Act
- Unit GC2 – Controlling Workplace Hazards
Element 1 – Workplace hazards and risk control
Element 2 – Transport hazards and risk control
Element 3 – Musculoskeletal hazards and risk control
Element 4 – Work equipment hazards and risk control
Element 5 – Electrical safety
Element 6 – Fire safety
Element 7 – Chemical and biological health hazards and risk control
Element 8 – Physical and Psychological health hazards and risk control
- Unit GC3 – Health and safety practical application
Please note that from January 2020 we will be running the NEW National General Certificate (NG) – it promises to be more practically focused and less academic:
The new revised National General Certificate changes are:
- The syllabus wording is easier to understand, more direct and less formal
- There will be one exam only instead of two and will support the use of plain English
- There will be a 2-part practical. This gives more weight to the skills of risk profiling and risk assessment and draws upon common workplace hazards as well as the process of risk assessment
Assessment & certification
Each of the above units is assessed by a two-hour written examination. A unit certificate is issued denoting achievement of each unit. A certificate parchment is issued on successful completion of the two units and the practical assessment.
Unit 1 - five days, Unit 2 - five days + practical assessment.