Learn & Upskill Workshops

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Each workshop is crafted to enhance safety culture, leadership skills, and team dynamics, ensuring your organisation operates at its best while keeping safety at the forefront.

  • Duration

    Each workshop is four (4) hours long with breaks. 

  • Format

    These workshops are virtually facilitated via our Learning Hub and Video Conference. They are highly interactive and participatory. 

  • Participant Numbers

    Maximum number of participants per workshop is 16. This ensures peer and collaborative learning.  (Minimum is 6)

  • Certificate

    On completion of each workshop, an 'Attendance' digital certificate will be given.

  • Bonus

    Each workshop attendee will have access to the learning hub for one month for sustained engagement and continuous learning.

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Table of Content

    Scheduled Open Workshops

    Book, pay, and register for the following workshops, which are open to all.

    The 5 Principles of Human Performance in a Nutshell

    Date: 13th August 2024

    Time: 08:00 am to 12:00 pm
    UK Time (GMT+1)

    Price: £250.00 per person
    (+ VAT = £300.00)

     

     

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    Workshop How I can get hurt

    Understanding 'How I Can Get Hurt'

    Date: 20th August 2024

    Time: 08:00 am to 12:00 pm
    UK Time (GMT+1)

    Price: £250.00 per person
    (+ VAT = £300.00)

    Includes a Basic Personality Diversity Report

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    Visible Leadership W.A.L.K & T.A.L.K

    Date: 3rd September 2024

    Time: 08:00 am to 12:00 pm
    UK Time (GMT+1)

    Price: £250.00 per person
    (+ VAT = £300.00)

     

     

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    Pick'n'Mix

    Looking for a team package? You can Pick'n'Mix workshop modules to create a programme that suits your team's current needs and focus. Review the workshop list below and make your selection(s).

    Example: For a two-day programme, you pick 4-5 modules.

    The 5 Principles of Human Performance in a Nutshell

    Overview

    This workshop is based on Todd Conklin's work and his book The 5 Principles of Human Performance.

    1. Error is normal - even the best people make mistakes.
    2. Blame fixes nothing.
    3. Learning and improving is vital - learning is deliberate.
    4. Context influences behaviour - systems drive outcomes.
    5. How you respond to failure matters - how leaders act and respond counts.

    The goal is to provide participants with a foundational understanding of the 5 Principles of Human Performance and how to apply them to enhance safety and operational efficiency in high-risk environments.

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    The 5 Conversational Essentials

    Overview

    This workshop will give participants the skills and confidence to engage in more meaningful and productive conversations, ultimately leading to a more robust safety culture and better team performance.

    The five essentials are:

    1. Priming for Trust,
    2. Ask questions for which you have no answers,
    3. Listen to connect, not judge or reject,
    4. Sustaining Conversational Agility, and
    5. Double-clicking [our personal favourite].

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    The Art of Asking Questions for Safety

    Overview

    Learn how to improve communication for better safety and success. Discover how to ask great questions that spark curiosity, bring clarity, and build strong connections. Explore why asking and answering questions is so important, find out what makes a good question, and learn how this affects leadership and teamwork.

    Plus, understand how listening well can make all the difference. This workshop will help you contemplate the impact of effective communication on your work environment, encouraging thoughtful interactions and better understanding within your team.

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    The Language of Risk - you think you know!

    Overview

    Enhance understanding of risk perception and awareness, familiarise and create a shared sense of risk terminology, and explore practical skills to assess risk effectively.

    • Clarifying the language of risk.
    • What are hazards and energy sources?
    • Risk-increasing factors and matrix.
    • Understanding prevention and mitigation through control.
    • Risk communication.
    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    Understanding a Culture of Safety

    Overview

    Explore organisational culture, the differences between a safety culture by accident versus by design, key contributors, and practical strategies for creating and sustaining a culture of safety.

    • Gain a deeper understanding of the impacts of safety culture.
    • Learn practical techniques to enhance safety culture.
    • Improve communication skills for safety improvement.
    • Strengthen leadership capabilities for cultural change.
    • Enhance team unity and shared responsibility for safety.
    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    Building Your Psychological Safety Muscle

    Overview

    Explore the concept of psychological safety, the impact of rewarded or punished vulnerability, and the four stages of psychological safety.

    This interactive session will give leaders an essential understanding, insights, and practical strategies for cultivating a psychologically safe environment and enhancing team collaboration and safety performance where team members feel safe to speak up, take risks, and collaborate effectively, ultimately improving overall safety and performance.

    • Encourage inclusion, open communication and proactive risk management.
    • Teams that collaborate more effectively and innovate more freely.
    • Organisational improvements from diverse perspectives and creative solutions.

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    What Makes a Safe Team

    Overview

    Equip participants with the knowledge and tools needed to navigate the complexities of team development, ensuring safer, more cohesive, and high-performing teams.

    Developing a clear understanding of what it takes to build and sustain a safe team environment.

    • How team members get to know each other and set boundaries.
    • Identify common conflicts and power struggles.
    • Establish clear roles and responsibilities and build trust.
    • Optimal team performance through effective delegation, intuitive communication, and mutual support.
    • Reflect on team achievements, manage transitions smoothly, and celebrate success.

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    Integrating Cultures for Safety Foundations

    Overview

    Integrating cultures for safety equips teams in multicultural, high-risk environments with the skills to navigate cultural diversity, enhance communication, and build an inclusive safety culture.

    Participants will learn to integrate the Three Colors of Worldviews into their safety practices, improving cultural agility, conflict resolution, and leadership in diverse settings.

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    Coaching Essentials for Leaders

    Overview

    Developing leadership by integrating essential coaching questions into daily conversations can help leaders shift from giving advice to fostering a culture of curiosity and empowerment.

    This approach unlocks the team's potential, encourages deeper thinking, and promotes more meaningful, results-oriented discussions. Our workshop emphasises building habits supporting continuous learning and growth for leaders and their teams.

    Inspired by "The Coaching Habit" by Michael Bungay Stanier and our coaching expertise and experience.

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    Boost Safety with Emotional Literacy

    Overview

    Join the Emotional Literacy lab for safety workshop and transform your approach to workplace safety. In just 4 hours, participants will learn what emotions are, the difference between emotions and moods, and why emotions matter. You will practice naming and recognising emotions, understand how emotions drive impulses, and learn how this affects safety.

    See how emotional literacy can make a big difference in safety decisions and leadership. This workshop will help you and your team handle stress better, make safer choices, and build a stronger safety culture.

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    Understanding 'How I Can Get Hurt'

    Overview

    This workshop will empower participants with the knowledge and skills to understand their risk perception and appreciate and effectively engage with the diverse perspectives of their colleagues, leading to a safer and more cohesive working environment.

    By exploring the role of personality diversity and using tools such as E-Colours, participants will gain insight into how their natural tendencies can contribute to them getting hurt and how to create safer working environments.

    As a tangible takeaway, each participant will receive a basic E-Colours report, a tool that can be immediately applied to enhance safety in their working environment.

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    Visible Leadership W.A.L.K & T.A.L.K.

    Overview

    Learn how to W.A.L.K. the T.A.L.K. and effectively observe and engage with teams, build trust, demonstrate adaptability, lead by example, and create a culture of continuous improvement.

    Visible leadership in a high-hazard environment is crucial for reinforcing safety protocols and fostering a culture where safety is at the core. When leaders actively demonstrate their commitment to safety through their actions and presence, it builds trust, boosts morale, and encourages the entire team to adhere to safety standards rigorously.

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    Enhancing Safety Leadership Through Mentoring

    Overview

    Equip leaders and safety professionals with the skills and knowledge to build effective mentoring relationships that enhance safety culture and promote continuous improvement.

    Explore the value of knowledge transfer, continuity of expertise, and increased workforce engagement and retention.

    Mentoring is a long-term, experience-based relationship focused on holistic personal and professional development through guidance and support from a more experienced individual.

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    Essential Safety Tools - Back to Basics

    Overview

    Discover the true purpose and value of the essential safety tools. Explore why these tools are critical, how to implement them effectively, and how to ensure they add real value rather than being mere tick-box exercises.

    Through practical and interactive discussions, explore the purpose of tools such as:

    • Observation Cards
    • Personal Risk Assessment
    • Safety Checklist (e.g. Prompt Cards)
    • Written JSA/JRA / HIRA
    • Pre- Job Meeting & Tool Box Talks
    • LOTO
    • Stop Work Authority
    • Hand Over's (Shift, Tour, Hitch)
    • Safety Conversations (observation & intervention)
    • Weekly Safety Meeting
    • Pre-Tour Meeting
    • Work Permit Systems (PTW)
    • Safety Drills (Musters, Fire, Abandon, H2S, Security)

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

    Communication Skills in Multicultural & Multilingual Teams

    Overview

    Effective communication in multicultural teams is essential for building a strong safety culture and promoting collaboration. This half-day workshop aims to equip participants with the skills and confidence to communicate clearly and effectively across cultural boundaries.

    • Learn to navigate jargon,
    • Express when they don't understand, and
    • Employ strategies for ensuring mutual understanding.
    • Explore the impact of stereotypes and biases on communication
    • Practical tactics to improve clarity.

    Learning Outcomes
    Who Should Attend

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