NEBOSH National General Certificate

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Course Details

The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety is ideal for managers in any industry or for those looking for or advancing within a career in health and safety.

NEBOSH logo for Project Skills Solutions, NEBOSH National General Certificate Milton Keynes and Basildon

Qualification Structure

Our courses are run over 10 days plus 1 day for your written exam (11 days to attend total):

NG1 - Management of Health and Safety
Understand why it's important to manage workplace health and safety, how to implement a H&S management system, how to manage risk and monitor performance.
This unit is assessed through the 2 hour exam.
NG2 - Risk Assessment
During the second element you'll cover typical risks you'll encounter in the workplace and how to assess and reduce the risk.
This unit is assessed through a workplace risk assessment project.

Recommended Learning Hours

  • 68 classroom hours*
  • 40 hours of self study

*Classroom hours will actually be higher studying with PSS, our lesson plan allows for time to discuss the project before you start and exam practice.
You have a break between weeks 1 and 2 and then between week 2 and the exam day. This is to give time for private study and personal revision.

Support During the Course - Google Classroom

One thing that sets a NEBOSH course with Project Skills Solutions apart from one with another provider is the support we provide.

Throughout your course you'll have access to our online support platform Google Classroom. You'll find resources on the platform to help you revise for your exam and complete your project. Resources include:

  • Slide presentation handouts
  • Mind maps
  • Past exam papers
  • Risk assessment project instructions and templates

You can post messages and questions to your tutor, classmates or the PSS admin team. So help is never far away.

Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety. However, the assessments are only offered and must be answered in English. Part of the qualification is a short written report based on the delegate's own workplace and must also be in English.

If you have any questions please contact the training team.

Level and UK Accreditation

The NEBOSH National General Certificate is accredited and credit rated by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA - www.sqa.org.uk) for delivery across the UK. It is rated within the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF - www.scqf.org.uk) at SCQF Level 6 with 15 SCQF credit points.
For users in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, this is comparable to a Vocationally Related Qualification (VRQ) at Level 3 within the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF), or A-Level standard.

Assessment Details

Each unit (NGC1 and GC2) is assessed by a 2-hour written examination to be taken after the 2 classroom weeks. You also have a practical assessment to be carried out on your workplace, if you are not working you can use hypothetical scenarios or situations from past experiences to complete your project.

NEBOSH Resources

Take a look at the NEBOSH resource page with their learner terms and conditions and policies.

NEBOSH Resources

Course Overview

Thinking of taking your NEBOSH National General Certificate? Project Skills Solutions offer th NEBOSH qualification at centres Nationwide or on your site. Get expert training, online support throughout and peace of mind with our pass promise.

Virtual NEBOSH Online Training Courses

Gain the same qualification and experience by taking our IOSH Courses Virtually using Zoom Classroom. You have a realtime trainer who will deliver the course in an engaging and interesting way. The course structure has been developed to this remote delivery method so you get the same training without leaving your home. There is plenty of interaction and the trainer assistance throughout the course you aren't left on your own and you will have to attend set hours. This is a very popular method of taking the IOSH courses you will be given full technical support to join and throughout the Virtual IOSH Course.

NEBOSH Courses

Courses leading to NEBOSH qualifications attract around 50,000 candidates annually, with exams taken in over 120 countries around the world.
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.

Benefits For Employers

The vast majority of occupational injuries, incidents and ill-health are avoidable by good health and safety management. By saving money, improving productivity and raising workforce morale, effective health and safety management should be recognised as an essential element of a successful management strategy.

Many larger organisations choose the NEBOSH National General Certificate as a key part of
their supervisors’ or management development programme. Smaller organisations often only require their manager taking the lead on health and safety issues to hold the qualification.

Benefits For Delegates

  • If health and safety is important to an employer your qualification can help to set you apart from competition for a job role.
  • The minimum standard for a role in health and safety (92% of positions ask for a NEBOSH qualification or IOSH Membership).
  • Internationally recognised qualification.
  • Career progression.
  • Gain IOSH membership.

Read a NEBOSH case study about Claire, who completed her NEBOSH National General Certificate to advance her career.
NEBOSH logo for Project Skills Solutions, NEBOSH National General Certificate Milton Keynes and Basildon

IOSH Membership

Once you have completed your NEBOSH National General Certificate course, you can gain IOSH membership, and letters after your name, first at Associate level, and then with experience Technical level.

  • Improve career prospects.
  • Keep up to date with with industry knowledge.
  • Network with other safety professionals and companies.
  • Get advice and expertise.

Find out more here.

Key Topics

By the end of your course you will be able to:

  • Assist in the planning, implementation and review of an organisations health & safety policy.
  • Understand the requirements of HSE legislation, codes of practice and the prosecution process.
  • Undertake risk assessments and recommend suitable action.
  • Investigate accidents and prepare reports in line with HSE legislation.
  • Identify common hazards in the workplace and recommend suitable corrective measures.

Course Content

NEBOSH logo for Project Skills Solutions, NEBOSH National General Certificate Milton Keynes and Basildon
See below the course syllabus for the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety.

Unit NG1 - Management of Health and Safety

Element 1: Why we should manage workplace health and safety
  • 1.1 Morals and money
  • 1.2 The force of law – punishment and compensation
  • 1.3 The most important legal duties for employers and workers
  • 1.4 Managing contractors effectively

Element 2: How health and safety management systems work and what they look like

  • 2.1 What they are and the benefits they bring
  • 2.2 What good health and safety management systems look like

Element 3: Managing risk – understanding people and processes

  • 3.1 Health and safety culture
  • 3.2 Improving health and safety culture
  • 3.3 How human factors influence behaviour positively or negatively
  • 3.4 Assessing risk
  • 3.5 Management of change
  • 3.6 Safe systems of work for general work activities
  • 3.7 Permit-to-work systems
  • 3.8 Emergency procedures

Element 4: Health and safety monitoring and measuring

  • 4.1 Active and reactive monitoring
  • 4.2 Investigating incidents
  • 4.3 Health and safety auditing
  • 4.4 Review of health and safety performance

Unit NG2 - Risk Assessment

Element 5: Physical and psychological health

  • 5.1 Noise
  • 5.2 Vibration
  • 5.3 Radiation
  • 5.4 Mental health
  • 5.5 Violence at work
  • 5.6 Substance abuse at work

Element 6: Musculoskeletal health

  • 6.1 Work-related upper limb disorder
  • 6.2 Manual handling
  • 6.3 Load-handling equipment

Element 7: Chemical and biological agents

  • 7.1 Hazardous substances
  • 7.2 Assessment of health risks
  • 7.3 Occupational exposure limits
  • 7.4 Control measures
  • 7.5 Specific agents

Element 8: General workplace issues

  • 8.1 Health, welfare and work environment
  • 8.2 Working at height
  • 8.3 Safe working in confined spaces
  • 8.4 Lone working
  • 8.5 Slips and trips
  • 8.6 Safe movement of people and vehicles in the workplace
  • 8.7 Work-related driving

Element 9: Work equipment

  • 9.1 General requirements
  • 9.2 Hand-held tools
  • 9.3 Machinery hazards
  • 9.4 Control measures for machinery

Element 10: Fire

  • 10.1 Fire principles
  • 10.2 Preventing fire and fire spread
  • 10.3 Fire alarms and fire-fighting
  • 10.4 Fire evacuation

Element 11: Electricity

  • 11.1 Hazards and risks
  • 11.2 Control measures

Assessment

NG1 2 hour exam
NG2 Practical – Risk assessment (around 3 hours)

Practical – Risk assessment

The aim of the practical assessment is to show you now have the skills to complete a risk assessment of your workplace. Perfect to show off your new skills and apply them right away in a real-world situation.

To help complete your assessment you’ll be provided with a thorough guidance document, a checklist you can use to make sure you include everything in your submission and an example submission. Before starting your risk assessment you should complete the NEBOSH syllabus, elements 1 to 11.

During your course, your tutor will spend time discussing the project with the group using homework and activities to get you thinking in practical terms.

So how long should the risk assessment take? NEBOSH advise it should take around 3 hours to complete, but this can vary. Keep in mind the practical is not about creating huge amounts of paperwork, much like in the real world it’s about identifying realistic and sensible measures to control risks in the workplace.

The practical is based on the HSE’s approach to risk assessment, and information on the HSE website can help you if you’d like to do some further reading.

Stages of the assessment:

  1. Description of the organisation and methodology used
  2. Risk assessment
  3. Prioritise 3 actions with justification
  4. Review, communicate and check

Information on the old syllabus

NEBOSH update their syllabus in line with current research and how workplaces adapt to modern challenges. Their latest update included some changes in how delegates are assessed.

Previously delegates were assessed by 2 written exams and 1 project. Now delegates will be assessed with 1 written exam and 1 workplace project.

The changes are designed to give delegates more hands-on skills to take back to the workplace.

Course FAQs for NEBOSH National General Certificate

Will I gain the same Nebosh qualification taking a Virtual course

Yes, you will gain the same Nebosh General Certificate qualification. Nebosh have changed the exam for this course to an open book exam which you will take at home. This makes the Virtual Nebosh course such a good option.

Can I take the Nebosh General Certificate Course Online Virtually

Yes, you can take the Nebosh General Certificate course virtually using Zoom classroom or MS Teams. The courses follow the same content as the classroom-based courses but adapted for virtual delivery.

How much is training in my area?

If you use the search bar on our homepage or click on the upcoming course page, then type in your location and the closest training centre will show with the prices, dates and availability. Or if you would prefer, call the training team on 0800 0213 263.

Does the course include lunch?

The majority of our courses include lunch, this is based on location however and some do not. Once you have booked your course, you will receive joining instructions with lunch information included. If you have any dietary requirements please let us know so we can accommodate, if you would like to know if your course includes lunch before booking contact us and our training team will answer any questions you have.

Can I cancel my booking?

We require 21 days’ notice before the course is due to start for all cancellations, if you cancel between 15 and 21 days’ before the course is due to start we can refund 60% of your course fee. Unfortunately if you do not give us at least 15 days’ notice we cannot guarantee any of your course fees will be refunded.
We will try everything we can to recover your course fee, including selling your course place to another delegate, in this instance we can recover your course fee. This however is on a case by case basis.

Is the course guaranteed to run?

The very nature of these workshops mean we need a minimum number of people for the course to run. This is both to make it financially viable as well as promoting a good environment for learning. Our minimum number of people is 2, which seems low, but we’d rather run the workshop if we can. If for any reason we need to cancel we’ll give you at least 14 days notice. If you would like to find out more about bookings so far, feel free to give us a call and we’ll be happy to help.

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Course Overview

NEBOSH has adapted along with the circumstances that we all find ourselves in due to the Pandemic. Your NEBOSH training course is now available entirely remotely through virtual training with Project Skills Solutions. Complete one of the most well-respected qualifications in health and safety from the comfort of your own home, with real tutor lead sessions and real classmates. Furthermore, you will get full technical support from start to finish while taking our virtual courses.

The Benefits of taking Nebosh Courses Virtually

Project Skills Solutions have been running the NEBOSH General Certificate Virtually for the past 9 months with excellent results. The method of presentation has been developed to improve the learner’s experience while following the NEBOSH course syllabus.

Candidates find that they have become so used to working remotely that learning online virtually is perfectly normal. Furthermore, the added benefits of fewer distractions, no travelling, reduced costs while still having a live trainer to communicate with for any assistance and support.

Finally with the recent changes to the NEBOSH General Certificate exam that has now been permanently changed to an open book examination (OBE). Unlike an invigilated paper-based examination, the OBE allows learners to sit their NEBOSH assessment in their own home or another safe and suitable location.

A NEBOSH open book examination will assess the same learning outcomes and assessment criteria as an invigilated paper-based examination. Unlike an invigilated paper-based examination, learners can have access to textbooks and the internet. However, the questions asked, and answers we expect will differ; we will test the learner’s ability to analyse, evaluate and apply their learning. The exams are on set dates nationally which will be advised on request.

So you can take the whole NEBOSH General Certificate course including the exam from your home.

NEBOSH Qualified Staff the benefits for Employers

The candidates will learn the vast majority of occupational injuries, incidents and ill-health are avoidable by good health and safety management. Furthermore, a successful and effective management strategy results in saving money, improving productivity and raising workforce morale.

Firstly, many larger organisations choose the NEBOSH National General Certificate as a key part of
their supervisors’ or management development programme. Secondly, smaller organisations often only require their manager to take the lead on health and safety issues to hold the qualification.

NEBOSH Qualified benefits for Delegates

  • If health and safety are important to an employer your qualification can help to set you apart from the competition for a job role.
  • The minimum standard for a role in health and safety (92% of positions ask for a NEBOSH qualification or IOSH Membership).
  • Internationally recognised qualification.
  • Career progression.
  • Gain IOSH membership.

Read a NEBOSH case study about Claire, who completed her NEBOSH National General Certificate to advance her career.NEBOSH Courses - NEBOSH logo

IOSH Membership

Once you have completed your NEBOSH National General Certificate course, you can gain IOSH membership, and letters after your name, first at Associate level, and then with experience Technical level.

  • Improve career prospects.
  • Keep up to date with industry knowledge.
  • Network with other safety professionals and companies.
  • Get advice and expertise.

Find out more here.

Key Topics

By the end of your NEBOSH course you will be able to:

  • Assist in the planning, implementation and review of an organisations health & safety policy.
  • Understand the requirements of HSE legislation, codes of practice and the prosecution process.
  • Undertake risk assessments and recommend suitable action.
  • Investigate accidents and prepare reports in line with HSE legislation.
  • Identify common hazards in the workplace and recommend suitable corrective measures.

Nebosh Course Details

The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety is ideal for managers in any industry or for those looking for or advancing within a career in health and safety. This NEBOSH course can now be taken Virtually in real-time with the support of a ‘Live’ trainer throughout the course.

NEBOSH Qualification Structure

Our Nebosh Virtual online courses & Classroom are run over 10 days plus 1 day for your open book exam: NEBOSH Courses - NEBOSH logo

NEBOSH NG1 – Management of Health and Safety
Understand why it’s important to manage workplace health and safety, how to implement a H&S management system, how to manage risk and monitor performance.
This unit is assessed through the open book exam.
NG2 – Risk Assessment
During the second element you’ll cover typical risks you’ll encounter in the workplace and how to assess and reduce the risk.
This unit is assessed through a workplace risk assessment project.

Recommended Learning Hours

  • 68 classroom hours*
  • 40 hours of self-study

*Zoom Classroom hours will actually be higher studying with PSS, our lesson plan allows for time to discuss the project before you start and exam practice.
You may have a break between weeks 1 and 2. This is to give time for private study and personal revision.

Support During the Nebosh Course – Google Classroom

One thing that sets a NEBOSH course with Project Skills Solutions apart from one with another provider is the support we provide.

Throughout your Nebosh General Certificate virtual course, you’ll have access to our online support platform Google Classroom. You’ll find resources on the platform to help you revise for your exam and complete your project. Resources include:

  • Slide presentation handouts
  • Mind maps
  • Past exam papers
  • Risk assessment project instructions and templates

You can raise questions to your tutor throughout the course as they will be delivering the course on Zoom.

NEBOSH General Entry Requirements

There are no formal entry requirements for the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety. However, the assessments are only offered and must be answered in English. Part of the qualification is a written report based on the delegate’s own workplace and must also be in English.

If you have any questions please contact the training team.

What qualification Level is this Nebosh Virtual course

The NEBOSH National General Certificate is accredited and credit rated by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA – www.sqa.org.uk) for delivery across the UK. It is rated within the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF – www.scqf.org.uk) at SCQF Level 6 with 15 SCQF credit points.
For users in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, this is comparable to a Vocationally Related Qualification (VRQ) at Level 3 within the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF), or A-Level standard.

NEBOSH Resources

Take a look at the NEBOSH resource page with their learner terms and conditions and policies.

NEBOSH Resources

Course Content

NEBOSH logo for Project Skills Solutions, NEBOSH National General Certificate Milton Keynes and Basildon
See below the course syllabus for the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety.

Unit NG1 – Management of Health and Safety

Element 1: Why we should manage workplace health and safety
  • 1.1 Morals and money
  • 1.2 The force of law – punishment and compensation
  • 1.3 The most important legal duties for employers and workers
  • 1.4 Managing contractors effectively

Element 2: How health and safety management systems work and what they look like

  • 2.1 What they are and the benefits they bring
  • 2.2 What good health and safety management systems look like

Element 3: Managing risk – understanding people and processes

  • 3.1 Health and safety culture
  • 3.2 Improving health and safety culture
  • 3.3 How human factors influence behaviour positively or negatively
  • 3.4 Assessing risk
  • 3.5 Management of change
  • 3.6 Safe systems of work for general work activities
  • 3.7 Permit-to-work systems
  • 3.8 Emergency procedures

Element 4: Health and safety monitoring and measuring

  • 4.1 Active and reactive monitoring
  • 4.2 Investigating incidents
  • 4.3 Health and safety auditing
  • 4.4 Review of health and safety performance

Unit NG2 – Risk Assessment

Element 5: Physical and psychological health

  • 5.1 Noise
  • 5.2 Vibration
  • 5.3 Radiation
  • 5.4 Mental health
  • 5.5 Violence at work
  • 5.6 Substance abuse at work

Element 6: Musculoskeletal health

  • 6.1 Work-related upper limb disorder
  • 6.2 Manual handling
  • 6.3 Load-handling equipment

Element 7: Chemical and biological agents

  • 7.1 Hazardous substances
  • 7.2 Assessment of health risks
  • 7.3 Occupational exposure limits
  • 7.4 Control measures
  • 7.5 Specific agents

Element 8: General workplace issues

  • 8.1 Health, welfare and work environment
  • 8.2 Working at height
  • 8.3 Safe working in confined spaces
  • 8.4 Lone working
  • 8.5 Slips and trips
  • 8.6 Safe movement of people and vehicles in the workplace
  • 8.7 Work-related driving

Element 9: Work equipment

  • 9.1 General requirements
  • 9.2 Hand-held tools
  • 9.3 Machinery hazards
  • 9.4 Control measures for machinery

Element 10: Fire

  • 10.1 Fire principles
  • 10.2 Preventing fire and fire spread
  • 10.3 Fire alarms and fire-fighting
  • 10.4 Fire evacuation

Element 11: Electricity

  • 11.1 Hazards and risks
  • 11.2 Control measures

Nebosh General Certificate Assessment

The Nebosh General Certificate assessment is made up of two parts that have to be completed by all candidates in order to complete the course.

NG1 OBE – Nebosh Open Book Exam
NG2 Practical – Risk assessment (around 3 hours)

NEBOSH Closing Interviews

Closing interviews must be attended by every Nebosh Candidate with their Learning Partner Project Skills Solutions via Zoom, within 2-3 weeks of completing your exam.
The interviews are not assessed but if you do not attend your scheduled closing interview NEBOSH will not publish your results.
NEBOSH use the Closing Interview is a key part of their malpractice procedures and have set up multiple steps:

NEBOSH Closing Interview Requirements

During the interview you will be required to:

– Show your identification to check you are who you say you are. This is the same as an invigilated examination.
– Show the room you are in to make sure you are alone.
– Answer questions about your examination.

NEBOSH provide Project Skills Solutions with a list of interview questions which are bespoke to the examination paper and designed to check you have the underpinning knowledge and understanding behind your answers.
Project Skills Solutions will ask the questions in a random sequence so not every learner will be asked the same combination of questions.
Project Skills Solutions will complete a Closing Interview Record Sheet for every learner.

What do I need?

All you need to attend a virtual Nebosh course is access to a computer, laptop or tablet for the duration of the course and a microphone and webcam, most laptops have a webcam and microphone built-in. If you’re unsure if your laptop, internet, microphone or anything else is suitable we can arrange a short test meeting before you book or attend your course to check.

You’ll join the course using a link in your joining instructions, the course is run on Zoom. Zoom is free to use, you can download it here but if you’d rather not download it you can open the meeting in your browser.

Visit our blog to find out more.

Information on the old syllabus

NEBOSH update their syllabus in line with current research and how workplaces adapt to modern challenges. Their latest update included some changes in how delegates are assessed.
Previously delegates were assessed by 2 written exams and 1 project. Now delegates will be assessed with 1 written exam and 1 workplace project.

The changes are designed to give delegates more hands-on skills to take back to the workplace.

Course FAQs for NEBOSH National General Certificate

Will I gain the same Nebosh qualification taking a Virtual course

Yes, you will gain the same Nebosh General Certificate qualification. Nebosh have changed the exam for this course to an open book exam which you will take at home. This makes the Virtual Nebosh course such a good option.

Can I take the Nebosh General Certificate Course Online Virtually

Yes, you can take the Nebosh General Certificate course virtually using Zoom classroom or MS Teams. The courses follow the same content as the classroom-based courses but adapted for virtual delivery.

How much is training in my area?

If you use the search bar on our homepage or click on the upcoming course page, then type in your location and the closest training centre will show with the prices, dates and availability. Or if you would prefer, call the training team on 0800 0213 263.

Does the course include lunch?

The majority of our courses include lunch, this is based on location however and some do not. Once you have booked your course, you will receive joining instructions with lunch information included. If you have any dietary requirements please let us know so we can accommodate, if you would like to know if your course includes lunch before booking contact us and our training team will answer any questions you have.

Can I cancel my booking?

We require 21 days’ notice before the course is due to start for all cancellations, if you cancel between 15 and 21 days’ before the course is due to start we can refund 60% of your course fee. Unfortunately if you do not give us at least 15 days’ notice we cannot guarantee any of your course fees will be refunded.
We will try everything we can to recover your course fee, including selling your course place to another delegate, in this instance we can recover your course fee. This however is on a case by case basis.

Is the course guaranteed to run?

The very nature of these workshops mean we need a minimum number of people for the course to run. This is both to make it financially viable as well as promoting a good environment for learning. Our minimum number of people is 2, which seems low, but we’d rather run the workshop if we can. If for any reason we need to cancel we’ll give you at least 14 days notice. If you would like to find out more about bookings so far, feel free to give us a call and we’ll be happy to help.

E-Learning FAQs for NEBOSH National General Certificate

Does the course include lunch?

The majority of our courses include lunch, this is based on location however and some do not. Once you have booked your course, you will receive joining instructions with lunch information included. If you have any dietary requirements please let us know so we can accommodate, if you would like to know if your course includes lunch before booking contact us and our training team will answer any questions you have.

In-House Training for NEBOSH National General Certificate

Save money and train your team together, tailor content towards your organisation and choose training days to suit your schedule. Contact us about a group onsite NEBOSH course now.

Same great course

Your course is exactly the same NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety you would attend at 1 of our 15 Nationwide training centres but can include specific health and safety content relevant to your organisation.

Save money

Training your staff together as a group can save you money and make your NEBOSH course more cost effective. Call or chat with the team now to find out how much you can save.

Virtual NEBOSH Online Training Courses

Group Virtual training can be offered using Zoom Classroom or MS Teams a great option for remote working staff.
They will gain the same qualification and experience by taking our NEBOSH Courses Virtually using Zoom Classroom. You have a realtime trainer who will deliver the course in an engaging and interesting way. The course structure has been developed to this remote delivery method so you get the same training without leaving your home. There is plenty of interaction and the trainer assistance throughout the course you aren't left on your own and you will have to attend set hours. This is a very popular method of taking the IOSH courses you will be given full technical support to join and throughout the Virtual NEBOSH Course.

In-House FAQs for NEBOSH National General Certificate

Can I cancel my booking?

We require 21 days’ notice before the course is due to start for all cancellations, if you cancel between 15 and 21 days’ before the course is due to start we can refund 60% of your course fee. Unfortunately if you do not give us at least 15 days’ notice we cannot guarantee any of your course fees will be refunded.
We will try everything we can to recover your course fee, including selling your course place to another delegate, in this instance we can recover your course fee. This however is on a case by case basis.