Globally Recognised Safety Qualifications


NEBOSH and IOSH training

The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health which is generally referred to as the NEBOSH General Certificate or NGC is the foundation Level 3 qualification required in recruitment advertisements for safety professionals in the UK and Internationally.

Safety Excellence delivers the NGC in face to face classroom safety training in many locations.

It is a legal requirement under the Management Safety Regulations 1999 for Companies to appoint competent persons to aid safety provision. In the UK over 4 million Managers have many safety responsibilities which are best served by accredited safety training.

NEBOSH Training

The NEBOSH National General certificate in Occupational Health & Safety is a globally recognised health & safety qualification that is held by more than 100,000 people in the UK and world-wide.



IOSH Training

Highly successful and practical, IOSH courses are delivered to an average of 60,000 people every year.

The IOSH Managing Safely course is designed for those required to manage safely & effectively in compliance with both their organisation's policy and best practice in health & safety.

Training for Managers

The most informative qualification for the UK Manager is the 4 day IOSH Managing Safely Certificate developed by IOSH for Line Managers with safety responsibilities.

Another popular course for managers is the IPAF mewps for managers course. This course is essential if you are in charge of people that work at height and especially work on mobile elevating access platform.

Safety Training

As part of the successful long established safety training company established for 15 years, we have developed an excellence in delivery of face-to-face safety training to accredited standards. We have trained over 7500 delegates in safety qualifications on courses such as UKATA asbestos training and Nebosh courses on an open schedule in addition to a programme of in-house training at client premises across the UK.


Green Deal

The government is putting a lot of money into the green deal but the lack of qualified assessors is holding the scheme back. See our green deal page for more information about what the Green Deal means to you.