We’re putting on two courses in London in September and October to help you support your staff in the working environment.

Over two days we’ll be tackling the important issues of behavioural recognition and travel safety. Find out more about the two courses below.

Work-Related Stress and Behavioural Recognition

Work is the most common cause of stress for UK adults. Recent Labour Force Survey statistics say 49% of all working days lost in 2016-2017 were due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety.
In our Understanding Human Factors course, Andy Neal guides delegates through the complex topic of work-related stress and its impact on the workplace. This interactive educational course will explore the topic of human factors and provide leaders and managers with a foundational knowledge in understanding, managing and dealing with stress and its outcomes. Techniques on recognising external pressures (behavioural recognition) will help delegates to identify stress to support workers and make the right decisions in difficult situations.

What is Human Factors in Relation to Personal Safety?

Employees face all kinds of pressures throughout their work, whether that’s internal pressures or external pressures from family and society, and sometimes these can cause people to make poor, rash and potentially damaging decisions that could impact the business, its staff and its customers.
Human factors attempts to understand the pressures that exert themselves on employees and helps managers, leaders and colleagues reduce and minimise risks associated with pressure and poor decision making.

Understanding Human Factors – Behavioural Recognition Course

The course will be held at Cardinus’ office in London, 107 Leadenhall Street, EC3A 4AF on Friday 6th September, 10am to 4pm. Tickets start from £150 pp, excluding VAT and fees.

The full-day course will include lunch and will be led by our resident expert and masterclass speaker in behavioural recognition, Andy Neal.

The course agenda:

  • Understanding human factors
  • External pressures, how it affects decision making
  • Recent case studies on how human factors has cost lives and reputation
  • How to read and see the behaviours in the workplace
  • Communication skills to engage and interact in one-to-one discussions to resolve and reduce risk

For more information and to book your ticket head here.

Safe Travel

With 47% of organisations believing that travel risks are on the rise it’s time to take travel safety seriously. The risks to travellers are many, from minor business interruption events, to more serious thefts and mugging. At its most extreme business travellers are exposed to hostage situations and life-threatening events.

However, learning more about the risks associated with travel and understanding the safety tools and techniques available to travellers is a great way to mitigate risks. This is important not only for those that manage travel safety, but also for those who book travel, and indeed for those high-risk travellers themselves.

Cardinus Travel Safety Programme

Our condensed one-day travel safety programme is the perfect start to travel safety training. In this masterclass programme, Andy Neal delivers an interactive and enjoyable full-day course that helps the delegate understand the risks to travellers and provides the tools and techniques to reduce and minimise these risks.

The course will be held at Cardinus’ office in London, 107 Leadenhall Street, EC3A 4AF on Friday 11th October, 10am to 4pm. Tickets start from £150 pp, excluding VAT and fees.

The full-day course will include lunch and will be led by our resident expert and masterclass speaker in behavioural recognition, Andy Neal.

The course agenda:

  • Planning for Travel
  • Equipment check lists
  • Advice on walking and eating out
  • Travelling on public transport
  • How to risk assess, people and places
  • Review of case studies and real-life examples

For more information and to book your tickets, head here.

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