1. 13 January 2014
The National Examination
Board in Occupational
Safety and Health
Meridian Business Park
Leicester LE19 1QW
Mr N C Onwueme
22/24 Savave Crescent
UNIT RESULT NOTIFICATION AND STATUS REPORT
Student number: 00207383
First name/s (given name): Nicholas Chidum
Surname (family name): Onwueme
Full name: # Nicholas Chidum Onwueme
Course provider: 697 - SMTS Ltd
NEBOSH International General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety
697Pass53 53Pass01/11/2013IGC1 Management of international health and safety
697Pass53 53Pass01/11/2013Control of international workplace hazardsIGC2
697Pass74 74Pass01/11/2013IGC3 International health and safety practical application
If you have achieved a Pass in any of the above units (≥45% for examinations and ≥60% for the practical), your unit
certificate will be sent shortly, on which your name will appear as above (see overleaf).
If you have achieved a Pass or hold a valid exemption in all three units, then congratulations on your success and your
qualification parchment will follow in due course, on which your name will appear as above (see overleaf).
You may, however, opt to re-sit a successful unit for the purpose of improving your overall qualification grade (see
EXAMINATIONS ADMINISTRATION SECTION 00207383
# Please ensure that your name is shown correctly (see overleaf).
The latest result for each unit is shown overleaf. If a higher mark was achieved at an earlier sitting, this result is also shown and indicated in the
‘High mark’ column. A Pass must be obtained in all three units within a five -year period in order to qualify for the NEBOSH International General
Certificate. There are exemptions available for Unit IGC1. A list of available qualifications / units which can be used as exemptions can be found
in the FAQ section of the NEBOSH website. If you have claimed an exemption and achieved a pass in the other units, you will also qualify for the
International General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health.
Referrals will be granted in individual units where candidates have failed to reach a satisfactory standard. If you have been referred in an
individual unit (<45% for Units IGC1 and IGC2 and <60% for Unit IGC3) you may re-sit just the unit/s in which you have been referred providing
that you re-sit within five years of the result declaration date of the first successful unit. You may wish to re -sit at a standard examination sitting
(March, June, September or December). However, many of our course providers offer local examinations on a date chosen by them and these
may be available to external re-sit candidates. If you are interested in this service please contact customer services on 0116 263 4700 ,
firstname.lastname@example.org or www.nebosh.org.uk/Studying/Find_an_Exam
Awarding and grading criteria
Grading criteria shall not apply to individual units but candidates will be informed of the unit mark achieved. Candidates who are successful in an
individual unit will be issued with a unit certificate, normally within 40 working days of the issue of the result notification.
The aggregate mark of the three unit marks is used to determine a grade for the qualification according to the following criteria:
Distinction 210 marks or more
Credit 180 - 209 marks
Pass 150 - 179 marks
Qualification parchments will normally be issued within 40 working days of the issue of the result notification. Candidates may, however, wish to
re-sit a successful unit for the purpose of improving a grade at any time within the five -year period but must inform NEBOSH in writing of their
intention to do so. However, the latest date NEBOSH must be informed is no later than 20 working days of the date of issue of the result
notification for the third successfully completed unit. Candidates who fail to do this will be issued with a parchment and will be deemed as
having completed the qualification.
If you have submitted a request for special consideration and this has been acknowledged by NEBOSH, then this will have been considered prior
to your result being confirmed.
Enquiries about results
If you have received a result that is at variance with your reasonable expectations, you should discuss this first with your tutor. The NEBOSH
‘Enquiries About Results (EARs) and Appeals policy and procedures’ is available in the ‘About NEBOSH’ section of the NEBOSH website
If, following discussion with your tutor, you wish to make an 'enquiry about result' (EAR), this must be submitted on the ‘Enquiry About Result
(EAR) request form’, which is available with the Enquiries policy, within 20 working days of the result /s notification date (as shown on your
examination entry confirmation) of the result to which it relates (see overleaf). The form should be posted to the address shown, together with
payment of the appropriate fee. The EAR process cannot be started until the fee is received and the form will, therefore, be returned to you if
payment is not included. NEBOSH does not issue invoices for EAR fees. A Type 1 enquiry (£12 per unit) is for a clerical check on the correct
addition and processing of marks; a Type 2 enquiry (£50 per unit) includes a clerical check (as Type 1), a re-mark of the script and a summary
report relating to overall performance. NEBOSH will normally provide written notification of the EAR outcome within forty working days of the
closing date for receipt of enquiries. Requests for special consideration that have not been submitted previously cannot be accepted as
part of the enquiry procedures. Please note that NEBOSH employs detailed and thorough assessment procedures before results are declared
such that few enquiries are likely to justify a change of result.
Important note - submission of a Type 1 or Type 2 EAR does not guarantee that a mark (or grade) will be adjusted upwards after review. It is
also important to note that a mark (or grade) may also be adjusted downwards following an EAR review.
Your name (as shown overleaf) will appear on your unit certificates and final qualification parchment, (names exceeding 60 characters may
appear over two or more lines). If your name is shown incorrectly you must advise us in writing within 10 working days of the result /s
notification date (as shown on your examination entry confirmation), enclosing a copy of supporting photographic identification eg current
passport, driving licence or national identity card. Requests received after 10 working days will incur a charge for the re -issue of certification.
NEBOSH will make every effort to accommodate your request but please note that due to regulatory requirements this may not always be