City and Guilds NVQ4 Health and Safety
Type of course in situ
Course provider Corporate Risk Systems Limited
Available dates for this course
Please contact Corporate Risk Systems Limited directly for a current list of course dates
How does an City and Guilds NVQ4 Health and Safety work?
Just as a photographer builds a portfolio of his/her work showing the best pictures from a variety of situations – e.g. portraits, groups, pets, action, 35mm, 2¼-square, colour, black & white – a health and safety candidate with our help and guidance builds a portfolio of their work towards the City and Guilds NVQ4 qualification. Precisely what is required is set out in our guidebook that we will provide to you when you have enrolled. If you are familiar with “Successful Health and Safety Management” (HSG65), or OHSAS18001, you should have no trouble at all in understanding it.
When does the City and Guilds NVQ4 Health and Safety programme start?
Your start dates is flexible - you can start at any point in the year. We have formal induction sessions throughout the year in a variety of Country-wide locations, where you will also meet our other new candidates. We also accept distance-learning candidates (e.g. international), where individual telephone induction arrangements can be made.
What support will I receive from CRS?
You will have your own personal adviser, who you will meet as necessary at agreed times. Between meetings, he/she will support you via e-mail correspondence. If necessary (e.g. international candidates), most of our support can be by e-mail and telephone. The main job of your adviser is to help you to build a great portfolio that meets the national standard. Later on, a CRS Assessor will assess your work, and all portfolios are internally verified by us to ensure quality. CRS is certified to ISO9001:2008 for health and safety training, and hold the Investors in People mark, so you can be assured of a high quality programme.
How long will my City and Guilds NVQ4 Health and Safety take?
To be quite honest, this depends mainly on you! You will need to be quite self-motivated to complete the programme (even though your personal tutor will always be there to support you!). We think that a reasonably motivated candidate may complete the programme in around a year. You set the pace, and whatever you decide, we’ll be there for you.
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