If you’re looking to earn health and safety qualifications but are unsure whether you should choose to study IOSH or NEBOSH certificates, this article will help you decide which course is right for you.
Both IOSH and NEBOSH offer excellent training courses, but which one you choose depends on what you career goals are for the future, as there are a few key differences between the two.
Below, we explore the differences between IOSH and NEBOSH.
Read more: Detailed overview of IOSH
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is a not-for-profit institution, health and safety membership organisation, and an awarding body.
Typically, IOSH training is completed within a few days, so would suit those with limited time.
IOSH qualifications are typically designed for non-health and safety individuals looking to increase their efficiency in the workplace and manage risks.
We offer two IOSH training courses:
NEBOSH is a health and safety awarding body.
The NEBOSH General Certificate is a highly recognised qualification in the industry, and it demonstrates that you have understood essential health and safety principles.
NEBOSH training courses are comprehensive in duration, and depth of knowledge and understanding, which makes them a great choice for anyone wanting to embark on a career in health and safety.
NEBOSH qualifications were developed for health and safety professionals or those wanting to further their career in the industry and achieve professional certifications.
We offer two NEBOSH training courses:
Contact our Health and Safety Course Consultants on +44 (0) 20 3198 7700, to find out which courses are best for your career development, and they’ll be happy to help you out.