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NIST Institute trains people in Health and Safety function to help them succeed and excel in their job by effectively performing their HSE duties. With a dozen Offices operating in India and the Middle East, NIST Institute conducts training programmes on par with the International Standards, throughout the year. Hence, NIST Institute continues to be the ideal destination for Health and Safety Professionals working worldwide for their continuous professional development. NIST Institute is the leading provider of well acclaimed Safety Courses. NIST Institute offers training for NEBOSH (IGC, IOGC, International Diploma), IOSH(MS – Managing Safely, WS – Working Safely), British Safety Council (Fire Safety, Risk Assessment, First Aid) Courses. Employees from reputed organisations flock to NIST Institute for training throughout the year. Our long list of prestigious clients includes names such as L&T, GMR, McDermott, Jindal Steel Power, ALSTOM India, ABB, BIAL, Cairn India, Nabors Drilling International Limited, Punj Lloyd, TATA Technologies, Shell, ESSAR, TTK, Axis Bank, Reliance, Michelin, Samsung, Keller, Visteon, Bayer Crop Science, Jindal Steel Power Limited, Satellite Infra Services, ERM India, TVS Tread, SULZER, TATA Advanced Systems, Jhajjar Power Limited (CLP), Vestas, Intertek Middle East, Socomec, AO Smith. Moody International, Mahindra Lifespacesetc; NIST Institute stands out as a unique Training Institute because of its commitment to Quality in training. NIST Institute’s achievementswithin a short span of time stands a great testimony as mentioned below:

  • No.1 Safety Course Provider in India
  • High Frequency of Batches
  • 250 Registration Per Month
  • Quality of Training on Par with the Best International Standards
  • Excellent Pass Percentage
  • Job Vacancy Support
  • Tie-up with BV, Global Leaders in conformity assessment and certification services.

NIST Institute cherishes with pride its continuing association with Individual HSE Professionals and reputed business organisationswho are our clients and partners. We will continue to contribute to safety. Please visit our website www.nistinstitute.com for more information. To receive regular email updates about our training programmes, please contact info@nistinstitute.com . To know about the next training near your city, please call toll free number 1800 103 2442 or the number given below:

Chennai (Head Office) – Contact 044-45643333 Delhi – Contact 011- 40666100 Hyderabad – Contact 040–66689777
Kolkata – Contact 033-29730245 Bangalore (Corporate Divisional Office) – Contact +917010620252  Bangalore – Contact 080 – 4090 3860
Mumbai-Andheri  – Contact 022 – 2920 7744 Mumbai-Vashi  –  Contact 022 – 62397088  Vizag – Contact 0891 – 2754669 
Pune – Contact 020 – 65247999  Vadodara – Contact 0265-2343437  Cochin–Contact 0484–4013005

A feedback sent by one of our students is given below for your information:

Thanks to NIST, for I have passed the prestigious NEBOSH IGC Exam with Distinction. Today, I joyfully recall the right decision that I made to join NIST Institute for the IGC course. I appreciate the NIST team for their thorough professionalism which they demonstrated from the beginning of the course to it’s completion. The way the students were motivated and supported, the training methodologies used, the class room arrangement and the time management, were all par excellence. I believe that the NIST Institute will continue to do well in all it’s future endeavor and help students achieve their milestones”.

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