RoSPA has been granted top-level Gold Status as part of the new NEBOSH Learning Partner Programme – one of the first organisations in the world to achieve this level.
Gold Status means that RoSPA greatly exceeds NEBOSH’s six Learning Excellence Principles, which outline global best practice for delivering learner experience on NEBOSH courses.
RoSPA delivers a host of NEBOSH qualifications and courses, including the National Diploma and National General Certificate, to learners from around the world.
Errol Taylor, RoSPA chief executive, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be given Gold Status by NEBOSH, as this demonstrates our commitment to ensure everyone who undertakes a course through us has the best possible experience, and is given every opportunity to achieve as highly as possible.
“This is also another example of the ongoing and burgeoning relationship between our two organisations, the aim of which is to keep people safe and healthy at work, wherever they are in the world.”
NEBOSH’s new Learning Partner Programme is a quality assurance programme that recognises partners which prove they meet the six Learning Excellence Principles, demonstrating best practice in the provision of course tuition and support.
Ian Taylor, NEBOSH chief executive, said: “Great learning experiences make great professionals. That’s why NEBOSH’s new Learning Partner Programme is based on the principles of best practice and excellence. We’re delighted that partners such as RoSPA are demonstrating excellent standards of learning. It ensures our qualification holders gain the skills they need to be able to know and do effective health and safety when they return to the workplace.”
To find out more about RoSPA’s range of NEBOSH courses, see www.rospa.com/Safety-Training/Work/NEBOSH.
Many NEBOSH courses can now be booked via RoSPA's online shop.