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Value of NEBOSH IGC:

NEBOSH IGC is the most wanted qualification in the field of HSE around the world which gives more in depth knowledge about key factors of health and safety issues. IGC is the first step in starting the career in health and safety.

Green World Group offers NEBOSH IGC in both regular class based and online mode of learning with affordable price and the training by our HSE experts with more interactive manner in order to make the candidates much strong in the HSE field.

Course overview:

NEBOSH IGC has3 units of UNIT 1-IGC1, UNIT 2-GC 2, UNIT -3 GC3.

  • IGC1 - Management of international health and safety
  • GC2 - Control of international workplace hazards
  • GC3 - International health and safety practical application

Whereas unit 1 and unit 2 are theoretical and unit 3 is practical assessment (report writing).Both the 1, 2 unit exam duration is 2 hours exam and the unit 3 report should be submitted to the course provider within the given time limit. The duration of course depends on the mode of learning. This course covers topics of 

  • the principles relating to health and safety
  • identification and control of workplace hazards
  • the practical application of this knowledge


Why NEBOSH Course in Kolkata - GWG?

Since 12 years, as leading health and safety course provider, Green World Group is celebrating the 800th batch NEBOSH, with high pass rate.

To get qualified in NEBOSH IGC and other safety courses, with exiting offers, visit green world group website. 

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