Unit DNI is a compulsory module of the NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety consisting of an 8000-word health and safety report. Whether you’re a National or International learner, this post will help you complete your assignment.
As a NEBOSH examiner, I see a range of different styles and approaches taken to answering national and international exam papers. One thing that I have noticed over the years is that learners that plan their answers generally do better when it comes to the allocation of marks. With exam season just around the corner,… Continue reading Planning and Answering NEBOSH Diploma Exam Questions
This post is intended to benefit those currently studying the NEBOSH National or International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety, its’ purpose being to clarify the situation with the staged transition from the ‘old’ Unit D/ID assignment to the ‘new’ Unit DNI assignment, ‘Application of Health and Safety Management in the Workplace’. The Unit D… Continue reading Smooth Transitions – From NEBOSH Diploma Unit D/ID to DNI
In this, my last in a series of 4 blog posts covering the NEBOSH Diploma and International Diplomas’ Workplace Assignment, I will be looking at the report’s conclusion and how to neatly tie the loop in the final stages by addressing succinctly the various aspects introduced in the earlier stages – not forgetting your executive… Continue reading NEBOSH Unit D – (4) tying up your report with a sensible conclusion
Making up nearly half of your report (and worth up to 48 marks), the main body of the NEBOSH Diploma/International Diploma Workplace Assignment is where candidates will largely pass or fail and as such needs to be approached with due diligence. The main body of your report will lead on nicely to your advice or recommendations going… Continue reading NEBOSH Unit D Workplace Assignment – (3) how to approach the main body of your report
In my last blog post entitled ‘The Dreaded D – tackling your NEBOSH workplace assignment, I took an ‘overview’ look at the NEBOSH Diploma/International Diploma unit D practical element and offered advice on approaching it to achieve successful results. In my next series of posts, I would like to breakdown the various sections and offer… Continue reading Introducing Unit D – (2) addressing the first part of your NEBOSH Diploma workplace assignment
Unit D or ID of the NEBOSH Diploma course is an assignment where you, the learner, carry out a detailed review of the health and safety performance of a workplace or organisation and produce a justified action plan to improve performance. The assignment requires that the learner applies the knowledge and understanding gained from their… Continue reading The Dreaded ‘D’ – (1) tackling your NEBOSH workplace assignment