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Philip Nightingale  
#1 Posted : 07 June 2017 10:05:44(UTC)
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Philip Nightingale

Hi,

I was wondering whether anybody had any thoughts on the NCRQ Qualifications? i'm looking at maybe taking the Diploma in applied H&S and didnt know if anyone had any thoughts as to whether this would be a good avenue to go down instead of the NEBOSH Diploma

jodieclark1510  
#2 Posted : 07 June 2017 11:20:54(UTC)
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jodieclark1510

It all depends on your learning style and your personal circumstances- I can only speak from the NEBOSH route, but there are others who have gone the NVQ/ NCRQ route and have done well out of it.

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Philip Nightingale on 07/06/2017(UTC)
WatsonD  
#3 Posted : 07 June 2017 11:29:58(UTC)
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WatsonD

There has been a lot of debate on here about NCRQ. From what I can see those who have undertaken this tend to be very positive about it.

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Philip Nightingale on 07/06/2017(UTC), gerrysharpe on 10/06/2017(UTC)
Philip Nightingale  
#4 Posted : 07 June 2017 11:40:31(UTC)
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Philip Nightingale

thanks for the input, NCRQ do tend to enjoy mentioning Soft Skills and having worked within H&S for the last 10 years I acknowledge that my skill set demonstrates this. I've been very lucky to learn of excellent colleagues who havent felt the need to smack people with a H&S ruler so I was pleasantly suprised to find a qual which lends to learning this way also.

George_Young  
#5 Posted : 08 June 2017 07:42:47(UTC)
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George_Young

I have completed the NCRQ diploma, I found it a much enjoyable and modern day appoach to learning.

I would recommend the NCRQ route day after day, I will be studying more courses in the future once developed and released.

But at the end of the day it is about your leaning style, and otther factors

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