Below you will find some of the grants available for NEBOSH qualifications in the UK that we have been informed of. Please note that these are accurate at the time of publishing but may be withdrawn without notice.
CITB Construction Skills Grant
The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has funding available for the achievement of approved short-period qualifications in core construction skills, this includes the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Construction Health and Safety.
Enhanced Learning Credits Administration Service (ELCAS)
The Ministry of Defence’s Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC) promotes lifelong learning amongst members of the Armed Forces. The scheme provides financial support for service leavers wishing to undertake recognised qualifications at Level 3 (NEBOSH Certificate-level) or above. Full information is available on the Enhanced Learning Credits website.
ELC approved providers must meet a set of rigorous requirements. There are around 50 NEBOSH course providers (as of January 2021) approved to the ELC scheme. You can search for a course provider and course on the ELCAS website.
Charity Safety Group
NEBOSH and the Charities Safety Group are continuing to assist small charities, and voluntary sector organisations in providing scholarships for the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety.
The scheme has been running for a number of years and many charities have achieved the qualification through this route.
If you would like to apply for this scheme application forms are available to download from the Charity Safety Group website. All applications must be accepted by Charity Safety Group before NEBOSH is able to allocate a candidate.
If you are a Learning Partner and interested in getting involved, please contact our Customer Support Team via email email@example.com or telephone +44(0)116 263 4700.
The Redundancy Action Scheme (ReAct) is a programme of funding for training provided by the Welsh Government for people living in Wales who are facing redundancy. If you’ve been made redundant, or have become unemployed, on or since 1 January 2020 you could be entitled to ReAct funding to retrain or update your skills. If you’ve got a new employer lined up, they too could get funding towards your wages and further training.
Find out more on the Careers Wales website.
Other potential national and regional sources of funding throughout the UK can be found on our FAQs page here.
If you are interested in finding out more information please contact the Customer Experience Team on +44 (0)116 263 4700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org