NEBOSH IGC Course in Lahore with Bundle Offer (February 2019 Session)

NEBOSH IGC Course in Lahore Pakistan

Special Offer in just Rs. 95,000/- PKR

(FREE Hostel Facility for Outsiders)

Registration Deadline:  5th Feb 2019 | Package Fee:  Rs. 95,000/- PKR

Registration deadline and exam dates of NEBOSH IGC Course in Lahore are given in the table below.

Who should go for NEBOSH IGC?

The NEBOSH International General Certificate is designed for managers, supervisors, worker representatives and others who require an understanding of health and safety principles and practices. Candidates are likely to be employees of large organizations operating outside the UK, or of multinational companies already working on international standards but needing to adapt these to accord with local needs and practice.

Course Dates

Course Key Points
Course Name NEBOSH IGC
Course Fee Rs. 95,000/- PKR
Registration Deadline 05-Feb-2019
Course Duration 10 Days
Course Dates 06-Deb-2019
Course Timings 09am to 05pm
Exam Date Feb 2019
Course Location Lahore
Certification By NEBOSH UK
Tutor Imran Shahbaz



NEBOSH IGC Fee:  Rs. 95,000/- PKR


Syllabus of NEBOSH IGC Course:

Unit IGC 1

  • Element 1: Foundations in health and safety
  • Element 2: Health and safety management systems – Plan
  • Element 3: Health and safety management systems – Do
  • Element 4: Health and safety management systems – Check
  • Element 5: Health and safety management systems – Act

Unit GC 2

  • Element 1: Workplace Hazards & Risk Control
  • Element 2: Transport Hazards & Risk Control
  • Element 3: Musculoskeletal Hazards & Risk Control
  • Element 4: Work Equipment Hazards & Risk Control
  • Element 5: Electrical Safety
  • Element 6: Fire Safety
  • Element 7: Chemical and Biological Health Hazards & Risk Control
  • Element 8: Physical and Psychological Health Hazards & Risk Control

Unit GC 3

  • Practical Assessment Report


  • The examination comprises of 2 written papers 2-hours each and a practical assessment which is formally known as IGC 3.
  • Each written paper consists of one ‘long-answer’ question and ten ‘short-answer’ questions.
  • All the questions are compulsory.
  • The practical assessment consists of carrying out a risk assessment of a workplace and preparing a short report.