NEBOSH distance or classroom?

NEBOSH distance or classroom?
Posted 01st August 2017

Libben put it out there recently and a few comments came back to us that suprised us!

Although NEBOSH General & NEBOSH Construction Certificate Distance Training Courses are generally more cost effective and could fit around your lifestyle. They did in fact work out to be more costly in time and money!

Comments we recieved:

'I find it takes double the effort to teach yourself and you have to be very disciplined to go home after a long day at work and start more work. I have done it and forced myself to do it, but it's not easy and I enjoy the classes far more :-)'

'I tried, still trying, distance learning and it isn't working so got to look for a course now.'

'Distance Learning suits those who can learn on their own and have good study skills, most learners would benefit from Classroom training, where they can get an opportunity to network with peers and have their questions answered by the Trainer quickly.'

'I personally believe that classroom NEBOSH training is far better in terms of interaction, consultaion, differences of opinion and also commitment. The challenges most of us have as Health & Safety professionals deal with these things on a daily basis!'

We currently deliver classroom NEBOSH courses as we feel that this is the best way to be taught how to become a Health & Safety professional. 

For more information please click here or call us at any of our numbers to find out more details.

 


What Our Customers Are Saying

  • Excellent course. Delivered with confidence and understanding of different learning abilities - SMSTS

    Ian Bowker, A L Coombs
  • Great knowledge, good teaching skills, kept a great deal of interest. Excellent. Good Explanations and great class participation - SMSTS Refresher

    Graham Wooton, BAM Construction
  • Extremely informative, had a great time - First Aid at Work

    Nicola Lang
  • Excellent, very informative and delivered by an excellent lecturer - IOSH Managing Safely

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