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Microsoft Certification Career Guide

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Microsoft has a large array of products  including Windows operating systems, Office software, Bing, MSN, gaming (Xbox 360), hardware (tablets, PCs, keyboards and mice) and many more. The company also has a robust certification program that churns out qualified administrators and technicians to support its system and application products.

Microsoft  certifications covers server, desktop, application, database and developer platforms. We will use this   certification guide to introduce all of certification  programmes such as Microsoft's MTA, MCSA, MCSE, MCSD, Specialist credentials as well as MCT and MCE certs.
Achieving IT certifications through the Microsoft Certification Program shows a person's competence in a specific Microsoft technology, and it can result in all kinds of work-related and personal benefits. For example, studies show that IT certifications increase the chances of landing a job (or getting a promotion), and more than 80 percent of hiring managers report that IT certs are a medium or high priority in making hiring decisions.

Microsoft Certification Program Overview

Currently, the Microsoft Certification Program is divided into five main categories:
  • Server: Windows Server, Exchange Server, Lync (now focused on Office 365 and Skype), SharePoint and Microsoft Azure certifications
  • Desktop: Windows, devices certifications
  • Applications: Office, Office 365 and Microsoft Dynamics certifications
  • Database: SQL Server certifications
  • Developer: Visual Studio, SharePoint, Applications and Microsoft Azure certifications
Certifications within the Microsoft Certification Program include the following credentials:
  • Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA)
  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA)
  • Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE)
  • Microsoft Solutions Developer (MCSD)
  • Microsoft Specialist
  • Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
After you pass your first qualifying Microsoft certification exam, you are deemed a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP). MCP status provides access to a benefits and exams dashboard, with certificates and transcripts, downloadable certification logos, promotional offers and lots more. You also get the MCP designation on your Microsoft transcript. It's important to understand that only the MCSA, MCSE, MCSE and Specialist certifications qualify as MCP certs. Neither MTA nor MOS certifications qualify for MCP status, and none of the exams are prerequisites for MCSA, MCSE, MCSD or Specialist certifications. In addition to the certifications outlined above, Microsoft offers its MCT: Microsoft Certified Trainer and MCE: Microsoft Certified Educator credentials to those interested in teaching others about Microsoft technologies and products.

Microsoft Server Certifications

The Microsoft Server certification track includes MTA, MCSA and MCSE credentials. Within the MTA Server track there is one certification — namely, IT Infrastructure. To obtain it, a candidate needs to pass one of five exams, which cover topics that include fundamentals for server administration, networking, security, mobility and devices, and cloud. The MCSA Server track includes Windows Server 2016, 2012 and 2008 and Linux on Azure certs. All the Windows Server tracks require three exams each. But only two exams are required for the Linux on Azure certification and the MCSA: Cloud Platform, each of which also serves as a prerequisite for the next item. Until March 31, 2017, the MCSE Server track included Cloud Platform and Infrastructure, Server Infrastructure, Private Cloud, Messaging, Communication and SharePoint. The Cloud Platform and Infrastructure prerequisites appear in the preceding paragraph. Server Infrastructure, Desktop Infrastructure and Private Cloud solution tracks take the MCSA: Windows Server 2012 as a prerequisite, while the Messaging, Communication and SharePoint solution tracks require the MCSA: Office 365 credential. Candidates must also pass one or two additional exams to earn an MCSE Server credential. Starting April 1, 2017, the only remaining item in this track will be the MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure.

Microsoft Desktop Certifications

The Microsoft Desktop certification path includes Microsoft Specialist, MTA and MCSA certifications. The Microsoft Specialist in Windows 10 requires passing one exam. The MTA Desktop certification path has one certification — IT Infrastructure — just like the MTA Server track mentioned previously. The MTA IT Infrastructure track is earned by passing one of five exams on Windows Server administration, networking, security, mobility and device fundamentals, or cloud. MCSA Desktop certification includes a single credential for Windows 10 as of Jan. 1, 2017. Earning the MCSA: Windows 10 requires passing two exams. Until March 31, 2017, there are two MCSE Desktop certifications. The MCSE: Enterprise Devices and Apps retires at that date. The other credential is the MCSE: Mobility, and it continues forward as the only desktop-related credentials thereafter. This requires earning the MCSA: Windows 10 plus one more exam.

Microsoft Database Certifications

Microsoft's Database certification path includes the MTA, MCSA and MCSE. The MTA Database track requires one exam. There are two certs in the MCSA Database track at the moment – namely, the MCSA: SQL Server 2012/2014 and the MCSA: SQL 2016, both of which require three exams. The newer credential is recommended for those just starting down the database trail, because the older is likely to retire in the next year or two. The MCSE Database track offers three certifications as of early 2017: one newer credential is the MCSE: Data Management and Analytics, while two older ones are the MCSE: Data Platform and MCSE: Business Intelligence. The newer requires four exams (MCSA plus one additional), while the older ones require five exams (MCSA plus two additional). The two older credentials will retire on March 31, 2017, after which only the MCSE: Data Management and Analytics will remain available. My earlier recommendation for the 2016 MCSA applies equally to this situation, especially for those just starting after Microsoft's database certifications.

Microsoft Developer Certifications

The Microsoft Developer certification path includes MTA and MCSD certifications. The MTA Developer certification recognizes individuals who are entry-level software developers. The certification requires candidates to pass one of three exams. Possible topics include software development fundamentals, HTML5 app development fundamentals, and software testing fundamentals. The MCSD Developer track has six certifications to choose from: App Builder, Web Applications, SharePoint Applications, Azure Solutions Architect, Application Lifecycle Management and Universal Windows Platform (UWP). All of those credentials except for App Builder are scheduled to retire on March 31, 2017. Thus, unless you're already working on one of the others and have time to finish beforehand, you'll want to focus on App Builder. It requires earning either the MSCA: Web Applications or MCSA: UWP as its prerequisite, followed by your choice of one exam from a list of nine possible options. (The SharePoint exams retire on March 31 as well.)

Microsoft Applications Certifications

Certifications in the Microsoft Applications track vary widely, from proving competency in using a single Office product to managing Office 365 services and user login credentials. This track is also fairly large; it includes an MCSA certification as well as the entire Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS), MOS Expert and MOS Master offerings. The MCSA Applications track includes a single cert – the MCSA: Office 365. Two exams are required to obtain the credential. Microsoft offers a MOS Office 2016 certification for each Office application (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access, SharePoint and OneNote). Office 2010 and 2013 credentials are still available, but unless you have a specific reason for achieving them, focus on Office 2016. The MOS 2016 Expert certification identifies individuals with advanced Office skills and requires candidates to pass four exams. The MOS 2016 Master certification is the pinnacle of the MOS Certification Program and requires successful completion of six exams.

Microsoft Trainer And Educator Certifications

MCT: Microsoft Certified Trainer Folks who teach others about Microsoft technologies and products should consider (and are often required to have) the Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) certification. The MCT can be obtained by submitting an application to Microsoft that proves that you hold a current Microsoft certification, one year of instruction experience (supporting reference required), plus verifiable instructional skills in the form of an acceptable instructor certification (such as CompTIA CTT+, Microsoft Certified Trainer Instructional Skills Certification (MCT-ISC) or IAMCT Approved Technical Trainer). To renew, credential holders must possess at least one current Microsoft credential, meet the minimum instruction requirements of teaching at least one class, and maintain a Metrics that Matter quality score of at least seven. (Check the MCT website for a list of qualifying certifications and instructor certifications.) As an MCT, you have access to the MCP benefits and exams dashboard, prep kits, the MCT community, Microsoft Online Labs and much more. MCE: Microsoft Certified Educator The Microsoft Certified Educator (MCE) credential is aimed at educators in academia, such as colleges, universities and training facilities. To become an MCE, you must demonstrate technology literacy through one exam. The literacy competency is mapped to the UNESCO ITC Competency Framework for Teachers, Technology Literacy and includes education policy, curriculum and assessment, pedagogy, ICT/technology tools, organization and administration, and professional development. Related Jobs And Careers IT professionals who earn Microsoft certification often receive extra recognition from hiring and supervising managers, and enjoy improved on the job success and promotion opportunities. Companies that negotiate large volume purchase or subscription agreements with Microsoft (or its partner resellers) often include funding for official curriculum training and Microsoft certification exam vouchers as part of what's covered therein. Here are how the various Microsoft certification areas shake out, job- and career-wise:
  • A Microsoft Server certification is ideal for the IT professional who designs, deploys, configures and/or manages a Windows Server environment, which may include various desktops and devices. Folks who achieve this type of certification work as systems administrators, systems analysts, technical specialists (often with a platform focus such as SQL Server, Skype for Business or Exchange Server), and the like.
  • A Microsoft Desktop certification is designed for those who deploy, configure and/or manage a Windows desktop environment and related devices, whether on-premises or in the cloud. IT professionals with this type of certification usually fill positions such as help desk technicians, support personnel and systems administrators, to name a few.
  • Of late, Microsoft Applications credentials have been gathering interest, coverage and momentum. People who pursue these certifications work with key windows platforms such as Office, Office 365 and Microsoft Dynamics 365, which covers CRM, ERP and more. They are usually responsible for making sure that rank-and-file employees are able to work effectively and productively, and that technology provides a boost to the bottom line.
  • Microsoft Database certifications cover a lot of ground. Database design, creation and maintenance are particularly important to organizations today, considering that data storage is key to most business computing, and nearly every website is supported by one or more databases running in the background. A database administrator is in charge of all kinds of database-related functions, from development, to storage and retrieval, troubleshooting and security. Now, Microsoft’s database coverage also integrates business intelligence (BI) and Big Data/Data Analytics components, too, so IT professionals interested in these subject matters will find a lot to chase down and learn here, too.
  • Microsoft Developer certifications aim at application and mobile app developers who use programming languages and source code to create software. A developer may work independently or, more often, with a team, to develop, prototype, deploy, test and modify applications for computers and many types of electronic devices. This certification portfolio also includes development for Microsoft's cloud-based Azure environment, and for software lifecycle management as well.
  • Trainers (MCTs) and educators (MCEs) also play a vital role in the Microsoft ecosystem as well. MCTs populate the front lines of key training for IT professionals across all of its platforms, tools and technologies with an emphasis on cultivating workplace readiness and imparting skills and knowledge suitable for on-the-job deployment. Arguably, MCEs are even more important, by helping students at all levels of education – primary, secondary and beyond – to understand and make the most of Microsoft tools, technologies, platforms and development environments.
Training and Certification Preparation Materials Microsoft offers training to candidates directly, both in the classroom and online. The company's Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) is a great place to start poking around: it offers a huge range of free training courses, many of them at least relevant to various certification topics if not directly focused on such topics. There's also a huge aftermarket for Microsoft training, self-study and certification preparation. Pearson operates Microsoft Press on Microsoft's behalf, where you can find self-study guides for all of the popular Microsoft cert exams (and many of the not-so-popular exams as well). Pearson's IT Certification imprint (online at also offers study guides, exam crams (a series I invented), practice tests, video training materials and much more for Microsoft certification candidates. Wiley/Sybex and Osborne/McGraw-Hill also offer certification focused imprints, book series, and generally provide good coverage of major cert topics as well, also including most popular Microsoft certifications and related exams. Pearson's mindhub online store also offers "official" practice tests approved by Microsoft. There's a wealth of excellent material available to help candidates prepare. Look to online and peer reviews, study groups and ratings sites to separate the wheat from the chaff. Adapted From:

Cisco Certification Career Guide – Part 1

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Cisco certification validates your computer networking skills in deploying, maintaining, securing and operating a medium-sized network using Cisco technologies. As a Cisco certified professional can install, configure, and operate LAN, WAN, and dial access services for small networks (100 nodes or fewer), including but not limited to use of these protocols: IP, IGRP, Serial, Frame Relay, IP RIP, VLANs, RIP, Ethernet, Access Lists. Cisco Systems is an American multinational technology company headquartered in San Jose, California, that designs, manufactures and sells networking equipment worldwide. It is the largest networking company in the world. The Cisco training and certification follows a hierarchical structure which include:
  • Entry Level
  • Associate level
  • Professional Level
  • Expert Level
  • Architect Level 

Cisco Certification- Cisco Entry Level

At the entry level, the following certifications are required in fields of interest. 1.    Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) comprises of Design, Routing and Switching, Security and Wireless.  Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician This is an entry-level Cisco training and certification which validates the skills required for entry level network support positions. After the completion of the Cisco CCENT training and certification, students would have the knowledge and skills to install, operate, and troubleshoot a small enterprise branch network, including basic network security. Required exam(s) and training: The Cisco (Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1) 100-105 ICND1.  

Cisco Certification-  Associate level

At the Associate level, the following certifications are required in fields of interest. Cisco CCNA The available areas of training and certifications are CCNA Cloud, CCNA Collaboration, CCNA Cyber Ops, CCNA Data Center, CCDA, CCNA Industrial, CCNA Routing and Switching, CCNA Security, CCNA Service Provider, CCNA Wireless. 1.    Cisco Certified Network Associate (Cloud Certification): This is a job role focused certification and training program that helps Cloud engineers, Cloud Administrators, and Network Engineers to develop, advance, and validate their cloud skill set. With a CCNA Cloud certification, you will obtain the skills to perform entry-level provisioning and support of Cisco cloud solutions. Required exam(s) and training: 210-451 CLDFND              Understanding Cisco Cloud Fundamentals (CLDFND) 210-455 CLDADM            Introducing Cisco Cloud Administration (CLDADM) 2.    Cisco Certified Network Associate (Collaboration Certification): This Cisco training and certification is designed for network video engineers, collaboration engineers, IP telephony and IP network engineers who want to develop and advance their collaboration and video skills in line with the convergence of voice, video, data and mobile applications. Required exam(s) and training:  210-060 CICD                  Implementing Cisco Collaboration Devices (CICD) 210-065 CIVND                 Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices, Part 1 (CIVND1) Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices, Part 2 (CIVND2) 3.    Cisco Certified Network Associate (Cyber Ops certification): This Cisco training and certification prepares candidates to begin a career working with associate-level cybersecurity analysts within security operations centers. Required exam(s) and training: 210-250 SECFND              Understanding Cisco Cybersecurity Fundamentals (SECFND) 210-255 SECOPS               Implementing Cisco Cybersecurity Operations (SECOPS) 4.    Cisco Certified Network Associate (Data Center): This Cisco training and Certification is a job-role-focused training and certification program that allows you to maximize your investment in your education and increase the value of your data center network. Required exam(s) and training: 640-911 DCICN                                 Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking (DCICN) 640-916 DCICT                                  Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies (DCICT) 5.    Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCDA):  This Cisco training and Certification program focuses on design methodologies and objectives, addressing and routing protocols, and network expansion considerations within basic campus, data center, security, voice, and wireless networks. Required exam(s) and training: 200-310 DESGN                 Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN) v3.0 6.    Cisco Certified Network Associate (Industrial): This Cisco training and Certification is for plant administrators, control system engineers and traditional network engineers in the manufacturing, process control, and oil and gas industries, who will be involved with the convergence of IT and Industrial networks. This certification provides candidates the necessary skills to successfully implement and troubleshoot the most common industry standard protocols while leveraging best practices needed for today’s connected networks. Required exam(s) and training: 200-601 IMINS2                                              Managing Industrial Networking for Manufacturing with Cisco Technologies (IMINS2) 7.    Cisco Certified Network Associate (Routing and Switching certification):  This Cisco training and Certification will not only prepare you with the knowledge of foundational technologies, but ensure you stay relevant with skill sets needed for the adoption of next generation technologies. Required exam(s) and training: 200-125 CCNA                   Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX) OR 100-105 ICND1                  Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) AND 200-101 ICND2 v2.0 Last day to test: September 24, 2016        Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2) OR 200-105 ICND2 v3.0         Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2) 8.    Cisco Certified Network Associate (Security):  This Cisco training and Certification validates associate-level knowledge and skills required to secure Cisco networks. With a CCNA Security certification, a network professional demonstrates the skills required to develop a security infrastructure, recognize threats and vulnerabilities to networks, and mitigate security threats. Required exam(s) and training: 210-260 IINS                      Implementing Cisco Network Security (IINS) 9.    Cisco Certified Network Associate (Service Provider) certification is for service provider network engineers, technicians and designers who focus on the latest in Service Provider industry core networking technologies and trends. CCNA SP certified individuals deploy, maintain and improve carrier-grade network infrastructures. Required exam(s) and training: 640-875 SPNGN1             Building Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Networks, Part 1 (SPNGN1) 640-878 SPNGN2             Building Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Networks, Part 2 (SPNGN2) 10.    Cisco Certified Network Associate (Wireless certification):  This Cisco training and Certification and amplify your basic Cisco Wireless LAN’s configuration, monitoring, troubleshooting and support skills for optimal performance of Cisco Wireless networks. Required exam(s) and training: 200-355 WIFUND             Implementing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals (WIFUND)   In subsequent guides about Cisco Certification Series, look out for:
  • Cisco Professional Level Certification
  • Cisco Expert Level Certification
  • Cisco Architect Level Certification

Which NEBOSH Certificate should I take?

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You can choose to take the examined NEBOSH units in any order, and will receive a certificate denoting your achievement for each unit that they pass. When all units making up the qualification have been successfully passed, you will receive the award parchment. NEBOSH unit-based structure allows you to:
  • sit all examinations and the practical for the qualification at one sitting;
  • spread your studies over a longer period;
  • simply choose to study a single unit, for example for CPD purposes;
  • use your previous achievements to attain additional certificate level NEBOSH qualifications
Are you already one step towards your next NEBOSH Certificate? Holding a range of qualifications in health and safety can be an advantage in today's jobs market, wherever you might wish to work in the world. NEBOSH Certificate qualifications are structured to contain certain common units, allowing you to use your previous achievements to attain additional Certificate-level NEBOSH qualifications. If you have successfully achieved the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety you can achieve the following Certificates without re-sitting the common units: International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety* National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety* National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management* If you have successfully achieved the NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety you can achieve the following Certificates without re-sitting the common units: National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety* International Certificate in Construction Health and Safety* International Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management*

Everyting You Wished To Know About Nebosh

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NEBOSH is an awarding body approved by Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) Accreditation, which has a UK-wide regulatory remit. NEBOSH stands for National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health. It was was formed in 1979 as an awarding body with charitable status that offers a comprehensive range of globally-recognised,  qualifications designed to meet the health, safety and environmental management needs of all places of work.

Courses leading to NEBOSH qualifications attract around 50,000 candidates annually and are offered by over 600 course providers, with exams taken in over 120 countries around the world.

Quick Facts About NEBOSH

  • NEBOSH qualifications are recognised by the relevant professional membership bodies including the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) and IEMA.
  • NEBOSH examinations and assessments are set by its professionally qualified staff assisted by external examiners; most of whom are Chartered Safety and Health Practitioners or Chartered Environmentalists operating within industry, the public sector or in enforcement.
  • NEBOSH technical standards are overseen by a Qualification Governance Council with representatives drawn from national institutions.
  • NEBOSH is an ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 certified organisation.

What is NEBOSH IGC certification course?

NEBOSH IGC certification course is currently listed amongst the 3 most significant certification training in the field of health and safety; engineering, science and technology, oil and gas, art and medicine. Successful candidates of this program stand a 95% chance of being selected for employment or promotion. IGC is globally recognised as a safety level 6 certification course equivalent to having an National Master Certificate (OND) well known to given you the robust skills and know-how, to perform health and safety obligations in industries such as formulating HSE policies, managing, advising and evaluating health and safety practices in companies anywhere in the world. This course consists of 3 units (IGC1, GC2 and GC3) and requires 73 training-hours to complete. Afterwards, the candidates are required to write the International exams.

Why do you need the NEBOSH course?

Certification and personal upgrade is to a worker what a gold medal is to an athlete. Ever thought about how some people stay relevant and on high demand at a time when getting a job or keeping one is far fetched? The answer is not difficult. For decades, highly successful individuals have understood that the step to significance lies in the continuous upgrading of one’s intellectual capacity. Professional training has been proven over the years to be the most effective tool for career success and personal development. Talk about experience and exposure you talk about qualitative professional training. NEBOSH IGC certification course provides individuals and organisations with knowledge of the best standards and practice in health and safety management.

What does the NEBOSH IGC course cover?

Unit IGC1: The Management of International Health and Safety
  • Foundations in Health and Safety
  • Health and Safety Management Systems 1 Plan
  • Health and Safety Management Systems 2 Do
  • Health and Safety Management Systems 3 Check
  • Health and Safety Management Systems 4 Act
Unit IGC2: Controlling Workplace Hazards
  • Workplace Hazards and Risk Control
  • Transport Hazards and Risk Control
  • Musculoskeletal Hazards and Risk Control
  • Work Equipment Hazards and Risk Control
  • Electrical and Fire Safety
  • Chemical & Biological Health Hazards and Risk Control
  • Physical and Psychological Health Hazards and Risk Control
Unit IGC3: Health and Safety Practical Application
  • Health and Safety Practical Application

Where do NEBOSH certificates come from?

NEBOSH IGC Certificates are released directly from the UK and sent directly to accredited centres.

How recognised is NEBOSH IGC?

NEBOSH IGC is safety level 6 and currently stands as the highest recognised certificate-level qualification in the field of safety.

Who is qualified to take this course?

NEBOSH IGC is suitable for everyone from young graduates of any profession, to field supervisors, executive and management staffs, both internal auditors and lead auditors, project leaders and basically anyone who is career driven. You don’t require any previous exposure in safety to excel in this certification course as NEBOSH IGC provides with the foundational knowledge in health and safety.

What is the duration of this course?

NEBOSH IGC course requires 73 contact hours to complete the training. Therefore classes are designed to run for 10days from Mondays to Fridays (no weekends) for two weeks by 9am to 4pm daily.
  • The IGC1 is covered within the first 4days
  • The GC2 runs from the 5th day to the 10th
  • The GC3 runs from for 3hours on the 10th day

After training is there an examination to write?

On completion of the training the candidates will be required to seat for an exam. The papers to write are IGC1 (contains 11 compulsory theory questions and lasts for 2 hours); and GC2 (which also contains 11 compulsory theory questions and lasts for 2 hours); while the GC3 is a project you are required to carry out and submit by latest 10days after writing the IGC1 and GC2 exams. Candidates who pass this exam will be issued a result transcript (COERS) in 40 working days time after exam, and certificates will be sent from UK in another 40 working days for each units passed. The exams are held in our training centres and coordinated by the British Council.

How is the examination marked?

After the exams, the British Council returns all scripts to NEBOSH in UK. Candidate scripts are marked by examiners at NEBOSH. To pass IGC1 & GC2 you need to score at least 45% in each of the units. While to pass GC3 you must make 60%. Candidates who pass all 3 units will receive 4 certificates: IGC1 certificate; GC2 certificate; GC3 certificate and a big-sized General certificate. However, candidates who fail to meet any of the required marks will not receive the certificates for that unit, but will receive certificates for the units passed.

What is the difference between NEBOSH and HSE level 1,2,3?

Safety certification consists of 6 levels namely: level 1; level 2; level 3; level 5; level 6 and level 8. HSE starts at level 1 to level 3, while NEBOSH starts at level 5 to level 8. NEBOSH safety for process industry is safety level 5, NEBOSH IGC is currently a safety level 6 course. After completing IGC you become eligible to seat for safety level 8 (NEBOSH diploma)
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