Where to go next after completing the NEBOSH General Certificate


Are you a health and safety enthusiast looking to advance your career in the field? If so, you’ve likely heard of the NEBOSH General Certificate. It’s a globally-recognized qualification that demonstrates your commitment to safety standards, as well as your knowledge of health and safety principles. But what’s next after completing the NEBOSH General Certificate? In this blog post, we’ll explore the options available to help you take the next step on your journey to becoming a health and safety professional.


The NEBOSH National Diploma
For those interested in a more comprehensive qualification, the NEBOSH National Diploma is the next step after completing the NEBOSH General Certificate. The NEBOSH National Diploma provides the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to become a safety and health practitioner and offers a globally recognized professional safety qualification.


The NEBOSH International Diploma
If you’re looking to gain an international qualification to boost your safety credentials, then the NEBOSH International Diploma is the perfect choice. This advanced level qualification will give you the skills and knowledge to tackle safety management issues on a global scale, while providing you with the opportunity to broaden your experience in the field of occupational health and safety. It covers all areas of risk assessment, hazard identification and control, as well as management systems, auditing and legal requirements. With a rigorous syllabus and assessment, it’s a great way to demonstrate your commitment to safety and increase your career opportunities.


The NEBOSH Occupational Safety and Health Certificate
On successful completion of the course, you will be able to identify common workplace hazards, explain how to conduct risk assessments, understand the principles of good health and safety management and how to control hazards in the workplace. The NEBOSH Occupational Safety and Health Certificate is recognised by employers throughout the world as evidence of your commitment to health and safety.