NEBOSH Fast Track Learners – part 2

NEBOSH Fast Track Learners – part 2


As soon as you start building a powerful recall of the NEBOSH syllabus, a new found confidence will build within you. If you are reading this blog for the first time, you need to go back to the first in this series called Upgrade your NEBOSH to a distinction.

You are about to take a quantum leap in your learning by committing a critical part of the syllabus to memory.  This will give you a great exam tool. I will help you create a filing cabinet in your brain that you can open and close at will. In part one of this blog post, you learned section 2 of HASAWA 1974. This has been a 20 mark question in the past and you can use it to answer questions in both weeks one and two of NEBOSH.

This blog post will teach you sections 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 19, 20, 21 and 22 of HASAWA. You will be able to trot the sections out at will in any conversation to astound your colleagues and friends. Better still, you will master a huge chunk of the week 1 learning outcome. Guess what? In the next blog post we will nail another one.

First up – download your revision sheet on these sections – in the Resources tab on our Nebosh page.

You will find five clear revision steps to follow and a handy cheat sheet, which I will be happy to take feedback on via Linkedin.

Watch out for part 3 of this blog series on NEBOSH Fast Track that will build your knowledge on a full learning outcome in week one of NEBOSH. You will be able to answer any question given during an exam and it narrows the subjects down to a manageable level that you need to study.


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