The Diploma provides 60 credit points for 4 units through assessments.
This qualification is divided into four units:
Unit 701: Management-Driven, Risk-Based Safety Management Systems
Unit 702 : Globalization, Sustainability and Safety Culture Performance
Unit 703 : Digitalization and Incident Investigation
Unit 724 : Development as a Strategic Manager
The overall learning outcomes of the Diploma are to:
- Apply and make critiques of different implementation standards of occupational health and safety management.
- Evaluate the role of strategic leadership in risk management
- Review the impact of globalization in an organisation’s safety culture
- Understand and apply the principles of sustainability in safety sector
- Analyse problem-solving techniques that are specific to risk assessment
- Manage strategic risks in organisation health and safety domain
- Analyse the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in occupational health and safety risk management
- Evaluate risk control measures from a wide range of hazards
The Level 7 International Diploma requires the candidates to have a demonstrable experience in safety and health in a workplace. To qualify for this, candidate should meet any of the minimum qualifications listed below:
- A minimum of a Level 6 qualification in a ESC course or in a related sector (or)
- Bachelors in Engineering (or)
- Masters in Engineering (or)
- A minimum of 3 years’ managerial work experience which demonstrates current and relevant industry knowledge (or)
- NVQ Diploma Level 6 (or)
- European Safety Council's Int Diploma in HSE endorsed by Qualifi(or)
- NEBOSH International Diploma
In certain circumstances, individuals with considerable experience but no formal qualifications may be considered, subject to interview and being able to demonstrate their ability to cope with the demands of the programme.
- Learners can attempt the 4 modules at comfort of their workstation like laptop.
- The 4 modules submission are accepted electronically via email.
- Learners can choose any module to work.
- Learners must submit only one module at a time.
- Learner can research , apply their thinking and answer
- Learners must not copy paste answers as is from the internet or other sources, this will be considered as plagiarism. You can synthesize information from various sources, but please ensure you frame your answers based on your understanding and avoid copy pasting answers. Always mention the references at the end of each answer.
- Learners are advised to check their content(answer) uniqueness in any online site like Turnitin etc. 85% is the expected content uniqueness and attach the report along with each module.
- Learners will submit the completed modules to the assessor. Assessor will provide feedback to the learners to fill the gaps. This will be a cyclic process and that's how a learner will progress in this qualification.
The course validity is for 18 months. You can opt to submit the modules within this time period. As and when you complete a module, you can submit it for assessor review.