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NEBOSH Examiners Reports

NEBOSH Examiners Reports 2019 – The Secret to Exam Success

NEBOSH Examiners reports on Certificate & Diploma Level Qualifications are published twice a year by NEBOSH.

They offer valuable feedback on the following key areas; examination technique, command words and learning outcomes.

The Examiners Report is intended to give examples of what Examiners were expecting from you.

Also, it provides insight into areas of under-performance that you can target in your revision.

We’ve picked out one of our podcasts where we talked to NEBOSH tutor Victoria Hughes about her experiences with the online and classroom routes. Have a listen if you’d like to hear more….

Make sure to join us for the Safeti Podcast for valuable HSE insights!

We have some decent resources on some basic aspects of health and safety that might help you in your preparations for NEBOSH exams. We’ve picked a few out for you below…..

Now, let’s get down to what you came here for. The NEBOSH Examiner’s reports!

NEBOSH Examiners Reports 2017

Would you like to brush up on some health and safety concepts the easy way? If so, have a gander at our newest podcast Safeti School!

NEBOSH Examiners Reports 2018

NEBOSH Examiners Reports 2019

For more information on NEBOSH courses check out our ‘NEBOSH – What you need to know‘ post.

NEBOSH not for you?

Have you heard about the NEBOSH alternative that is disrupting the HSE learning market?

NCRQ (National Compliance & Risk Qualifications) is the new, distance learning powerhouse that is now the most popular Health and Safety Diploma in the UK.

Find out what we thought about the NCRQ Diploma and listen to what the Chief Executive, Iain Evans, had to say about the course in our ‘NCRQ or NEBOSH’ review.

Thanks for visiting Safeti, good luck with your exams and hopefully we will catch up with you again in the near future.

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