Managing Health and Safety Certificate & Diploma in Managing Health and Safety Institute of Commercial Management (ICM) The Institute is the leading professional body for Commercial and Business Development Managers. Supporting career and personal development as well as mobility, the Institute’s educational programmes and qualifying examinations provide recognised qualifications for persons to work in the commercial management business and industrial sectors. Membership is open to those who complete the relevant degree level qualifying examinations. The Institute is also a recognised international examining and awarding body for students undertaking general business and management studies and examines and certifies candidates to an internationally consistent standard. Continuing economic activity and growth in developed, transitional and emerging economies has created excellent career opportunities, in both the public and private sectors, for those with demonstrable Health & Safety skills.
Academic Level QCF Level 4 & 5
Entry Requirements Students holding relevant recognised qualifications from other institutions or professional examining bodies may apply for exemptions on a subject-forsubject basis. The Institute operates an ‘Open Access’ policy in respect of many of its vocational programmes but prospective students should note that the following entrance qualifications are recommended for those
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wishing to undertake the ICM Certificate programme: One GCE A-level plus Three GCSEs (or equivalents)
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A suitable BTEC National qualification
Any qualification equivalent to one or more of the above.
The minimum age for registration for this programme is 18. Those applicants wishing to undertake the ICM Diploma programme should have already completed the ICM Certificate as described in this document. Applicants over the age of 20 who do not hold the recommended entrance qualifications may also register for the complete programme providing they have been in relevant full-time employment for a minimum of two years. Full information on the minimum entry criteria, syllabus, equivalent entry qualifications, exemptions, examination and registration for each country are found on the ICM website at: www.icm.ac.uk/icmqualifications/professional-courses/managing-healthand-safety-certificate-and-diploma/
Course Structure The Certificate in Health and Safety Essentials of Health & Safety Management Working Practices, Hazards and Controls Working Environment and Occupational Health Accident and Emergency Procedures The Diploma in Health and Safety Framework for Successful Health and Safety Management
Promoting a Positive Health and Safety Culture Principals of Control Effective Leadership of Health and Safety
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January, May and September
Assessment: 3 hours written examinations
Programme Objectives To provide participants with a body of knowledge that will enable them to: understand and apply health and safety methodologies in the working environment
to make a positive contribution to health and safety at work
to make appropriate use of practice and principles to produce solutions to health and safety issues
to increase and enhance employment opportunities within the health and safety industry
Progression Route The Health and Safety programme will serve as an excellent route for students who ultimately seek full professional status and will provide first class underpinning knowledge for the mainstream UK degrees in Health and safety and related business areas. Holders of an ICM Diploma may enter the ICM Advanced Diploma programme and completion of this may enable entry to the final year of appropriate Honours Degree programmes. Please note costs of ICM registration and examination entry are NOT included in MABM tuition fees.
Assessment: The Certificate in Health and Safety Essentials of Health & Safety Management Working Practices, Hazards and Controls Wor...