ACT Moving To The New NEBOSH Construction Certificate

Construction By Matthew Coombes

New NEBOSH Construction Certificate

NEBOSH have released the Health and Safety Management for Construction qualification (2019 specification). This is a brand new version of the NEBOSH Construction Certificate that is replacing the NEBOSH National Certificate In Construction Health and Safety (2014 specification).
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If you currently hold a NEBOSH General Certificate, where it’s unit NG1 or unit NGC1, you are able to add onto this with construction units. From the 2014 specification, NCC1 and NCC2 can be added to complete your NEBOSH Construction Certificate.

However, this will not apply to the new (2019) specification released on the 15th of March 2021. The new specification will stand alone from the General Certificate qualification.

If you are looking to complete your NEBOSH Construction Certificate by adding onto already held units, and would be looking to achieve this through classroom/tutor-led training, our last course for the 2014 specification is:

17th of May – Classroom – Midlands

You can still purchase our 2014 specification e-learning course and study book to complete your certificate if you are unable to attend this date, and other centres may continue to deliver the prior specification for longer than this date.


  • Units achieved for the 2014 specification are not transferable to the new 2019 specification (NGC1, NG1, NCC1, NCC2).
  • If you are already registered for the 2014 specification you are able to continue and complete your qualification until the 22nd of June 2023.
  • If you are already registered for a construction certificate unit assessment you will be unable to transfer onto the new specification.
  • Final registration for the 2014 specification is the 31st of December 2021.
  • Last assessment date for the November 2014 construction certificate specification is the 21st of July 2023.

New specification for NEBOSH Construction Certificate

If you are looking to take the new Construction Certificate course, ACT will be offering the new specification from September as a 10 day training programme delivered in the classroom.

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