Qualifi Level 7 IDIP in OHSM consists of 4 units. The 4 units are given below. Each unit has 15 credits. There are 60 credits awarded for this qualification. Below is the course structure with unit code and unit titles.
Unit 701: Management-Driven, Risk-Based Safety Management Systems
Unit 702 : Globalization, Sustainability and Safety Culture Performance
Unit 703 : Digitalization and Incident Investigation
Unit 724 : Development as a Strategic Manager
Entry criteria for this RQF Level 7 course is framed such that it covers wide range of learners with different academic backgrounds and with different levels of experience.
A minimum of a RQF Level 6 qualification in an ESC course or in a related sector (or)
• Bachelors in Engineering (or)
• Masters in Engineering (or)
• A minimum of 3 years’ managerial work experience which demonstrates current and relevant industry knowledge (or)
• RQF Level 7 or 6 Diploma (or)
• European Safety Council’s Int Diploma in HSE endorsed by Qualifi(or)
• NEBOSH International Diploma
Learners who do not possess sufficient academic background or experience is considered based on their aptitude and ability to cope up with the qualification.
The learning outcomes of this international safety diploma is to evaluate the implementation of occupational health and safety management systems, analyze the various risk assessment techniques, measure the performance and check the effectiveness of safety culture. It also assesses the learner’s competence in the areas of sustainability, globalization and digitalization in occupational health and safety.
Qualifi Level 7 Int Dip in OHSM is delivered by European Safety Council (ESC) directly. Redhat Safety is one of the course advisors of this qualification. Learners can enroll directly with ESC or via Redhat safety. Level 7 Int Dip in OHSM is delivered online and provides valuable tutor feedback in completing the 4 units in this course.
Upon registration to the course, the learners will receive the unit documents from the assessor via email. Each unit has several questions. Learners can start with any unit. Learners can prepare the answers for the questions through online research, apply their work experience knowledge, refer to journals etc. Learners should send the updated unit document to the assessor for evaluation. Assessor will provide feedback to the learner and learner has to revise the answer and resubmit the unit documents. Upon meeting the assessment criteria, learner unit is approved. The interaction between assessor and learner via feedback is well documented and highly useful in improving the learning curve of the registered learner. It should be noted that Qualifi has a strict policy towards ensuring the integrity of the learner work. This is done by applying plagiarism checks to the learner submitted work and approving after meeting the uniqueness standard set by the quality team.
18 months duration is available to complete this qualification. Learners usually complete this course in a period of 6 months.