The International Diploma in Occupational Health & Safety is a structured programme that provides the core knowledge required by today’s health and safety practitioner.
All occupational health and safety practitioners need to have a common core of knowledge in order to practice effectively. This common core of knowledge must be transferable between the different occupational sectors in which they may work, ranging across all parts of industry, commerce and the public sector.
The International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety provides the knowledge and understanding that underpins competent performance as an occupational health and safety practitioner.
The learning approach for this course is full-time face-to-face learning.
This learning is ideal for those who require a high degree of face-to-face interaction.
The course consists of four Units as follows:
- Unit IA International management of health and safety
- Unit IB International management of hazardous agents in the workplace
- Unit IC International workplace and work safety equipment
- Unit ID Application of international health and safety theory and practice.
Assessment of this course consist of three written papers (Unit IA, Unit IB and Unit IC) and a written assignment (Unit ID).
The International Diploma course syllabus covers International legal frameworks and codes of practice but our course offers Irish based legislation. Other centres run the National Diploma which is based on UK legislation.