Apr
19
2010

NEBOSH Diploma exam results

Congratulations to all on the excellent results in the January exams for the NEBOSH International Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety.

This is a supported distance learning course. Generally two courses commence each year in September and January. Each student takes three examinations, (Units A, B and C), and then completes an assignment (Unit D). Exams are held twice per year (January and July), at centres throughout the world. Successful completion of all four Units leads to being awarded a NEBOSH Diploma. The award is at Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications.

The NEBOSH Diploma exams are challenging exams. The overall NEBOSH pass rates for January for all exam centres were as follows:
Unit A 39%
Unit B 51%
Unit C 45%

I’m delighted that the pass rates for SQT candidates for each Unit exceeded the NEBOSH average:
Unit A 53%
Unit B 71%
Unit C 54%

In fact, the latest cohort of students who commenced in September 2009 and sat the Unit A exam in January, achieved an overall pass rate of 64%. When one compares this to the NEBOSH average pass rate of 39%, one sees what a good result they achieved.

Well done to everyone, all the hard work paid off. Well done also to the tutor for this course, Finbarr Stapleton.

3 Comments »

  • I am presently in Kingwood Texas U.S and would like a site that I can re-sit unit A.I have already completed unit B and C in Trinidad @ Tobago.can I do Unit D in the mean time though. Thanks for an answer

  • Lily says:

    Jeanine, Yes you can sit Unit A with us. I will email you with more information on Unit D, Lily

  • Macdonald says:

    Hi!

    I have done well in my NEBOSH IGC 3 with a 63 percent pass rate last year on the 24 May 2010 and manage to obtain 63 percent on my NEBOSH IGC1 on the 18th November 2011.

    Can anybody help me i need to change a sevice provider in South Africa if you know a good service provider that i can make arrangement with so that i can complete my last NEBOSH IGC 2 i have been through a lot of stress as a results of been uneployed Please i need you help

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