The course fees charged by our Learning Partners may vary depending on a number of factors.

Smaller group sizes, additional one-to-one support and marking and feedback on mock examinations all tend to make course fees higher. However a more expensive course in not necessarily better; colleges are often able to access public funding, which may enable them to subsidise fees for their learners. 

When choosing a Learning Partner and comparing prices, you should ensure that you know what is included in their fees and whether there are any other costs or fees to consider. For example; some Learning Partners quote a cost inclusive of the enrolment and registration fees payable to NEBOSH; others require these fees to be paid in addition to the course cost. Some Learning Partners include lunch and refreshments or text books in the cost of their course.  

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