Studying for exams, working in teams, writing detailed yet succinct reports and importantly time management aren’t second nature to most, so this book provides clear guidance and will be an essential tool for anyone taking a health and safety course.
For many students the learning experience will be a return to studying after some considerable time so this book combines practical advice with helpful exam-related information.
- Case studies and activities based on key health and safety topics that are covered by most Awarding Bodies
- Guidance on how to take both multiple-choice and written exams; with details on how to answer the action verbs, used in exams questions; including identify and outline
- Key principles teach how to Receive the information; Remember the information; and Recall the information for your exam
Table of Contents
About the author Acknowledgments Foreword Clarification of terms used Acronyms used Introduction Receive Recall Multiple Choice Questions Written exams Final thoughts Biography Appendix 1 Useful books and websites
Jonathan Backhouse is an Occupational Safety and Health Practitioner, with over nine years experience of delivering courses in health and safety. Having passed a number of NEBOSH courses as well as other occupational health and safety courses (IEMA, CIEH) Jonathan has delivered both NEBOSH national and international courses and has been a NEBOSH examiner since 2009.