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Re: NCRQ Diploma

Post by maquirky » Sun Mar 25, 2018 5:20 pm

I feel your pain Thunderchild. I too have just had another refer for Unit C and have yet to pass B.
After 2 years of not having passed an exam since passing Unit A 2nd time and D 1st time I’ve decided to put the diploma on hold and go down the NCRQ route. From what I’ve heard and read about this diploma, and having spoken to NCRQ directly, I feel it is a much more achievable and realistic course and is not at all about HOW you answer something.
I’m hoping with feedback from supportive tutors people can further progress their careers rather than get constantly get knocked down, despite putting in hours upon hours of study and commitment.
Good luck with the NCRQ and I’ll be closely watching and hopefully engaging in other NCRQ forum threads.

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Re: NCRQ Diploma

Post by Thunderchild » Mon Mar 26, 2018 6:55 am

I got another refer at 44 for unit A. I've simply had enough of throwing my money at it. I've been at this for 5 years now and can't pass it so it's clearly not for me. I can do the job and I know I can do the job but I can't answer questions in the right way for 3 hours once every 6 months. Sorry NEBOSH but we're done.

Good luck Maquirky, we'll get there, one way or another!

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Re: NCRQ Diploma

Post by Alexis » Mon Mar 26, 2018 10:50 am

All the best McQuirky and Thunderchild. .salut .salut
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Re: NCRQ Diploma

Post by MrsPeacockinthestudy » Wed May 16, 2018 11:33 am

Really sorry to hear this Thunderchild, you've worked so hard the last few years!

Hope the NCRQ route works for you once you feel in the right place to do it :)

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Re: NCRQ Diploma

Post by maquirky » Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:35 am

Thunderchild wrote:
Mon Mar 26, 2018 6:55 am
I got another refer at 44 for unit A. I've simply had enough of throwing my money at it. I've been at this for 5 years now and can't pass it so it's clearly not for me. I can do the job and I know I can do the job but I can't answer questions in the right way for 3 hours once every 6 months. Sorry NEBOSH but we're done.

Good luck Maquirky, we'll get there, one way or another!
Hi Thunderchild - I just wondered if you'd signed up for the NCRQ and how you were getting on with the course?
I'm currently doing my 2nd assignment and am finding the course a breath of fresh air in comparison to NEBOSH. The communication between students and tutors is very different to what I've been used to and have found the tutors to be very approachable and helpful.

Hope you're enjoying the course if you've signed up! ../.


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Re: NCRQ Diploma

Post by safety_owen » Sat Jul 28, 2018 6:39 am

Hello Gents,

is NCRQ good for international students?
have nebosh igc but cant decide which route to take i.e idipnebosh, nvq,bsc international diploma,
thanks for reply.

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Re: NCRQ Diploma

Post by Alexis » Sat Jul 28, 2018 12:30 pm

Good Morning and Welcome aboard from one of the lady species of HSfB safety_owen. :lol: :wave:

I do not know about the International courses from NCRQ, however, I do know that someone will come in with their knowledge for you. ./thumbsup..

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