AIHS and Lighthouse Members: $855+GST
The Australian Institute of Health & Safety (AIHS) and Art of Work would like to present to you the Resilimap® learning team facilitator course. This will enable safety professionals to gain safety differently human performance expertise, enabling them to transform investigations into learning events.
What is a resilimap® learning team (RLT)?
Learning teams are designed to enable human performance and operational resilience.
To enable human and operational performance, organisations need to shift from constraining people to 'enabling people.
We need to recognise that in the course of normal work, there are changing conditions, for which we need to build adaptive capacity to enable work to go right. Learning teams are a proven method to build human performance adaptive capacity.
During investigations conducted by most organizations, pre-conceptions and hindsight bias limit the ability to learn.
Generally speaking, the purpose of an investigation is to find error and determine who is responsible, which is often followed by retributive corrective action.Findings like these result in more constraints, procedures, and operational burdens, but do not solve the problem at hand. Current investigations lack sufficient curiosity about work.
The end result is findings that only produce more constraints, procedures, and operational burdens, but do not solve the problem at hand.
Art of Work’s RLT online training program is divided into 3 levels:
Resilimap® Learning Team - Guide Level:
We offer the Resilimap® Learning Team course as a 9-week learning journey, that takes you through the different stages of learning.
Week 1 starts with the 3-hour Explorer level master class to take you through the basic concepts and philosophy. This is not a prerequisite for the rest of the 8-week programme consisting of the Guide and Pathfinder levels.
Start an entry-level investigator and emerge after week 8, as a confident, accomplished pathfinder, trained to facilitate and deliver successful RLTs.
Date: This level will be presented as 4 sessions of 3 hours each.
Part 1: Wednesday 13 July - 10am - 1pm AEST
Part 2: Wednesday 20 July - 10am - 1pm AEST
Part 3: Wednesday 27 July - 10am - 1pm AEST
Part 4: Wednesday 3 August - 10am - 1pm AEST
Cost: AIHS and Lighthouse Members: $855+GST Non-Members: $950+GST
*Due to the online format of the interactive workshop, numbers are strictly limited to 30 participants*
Marc is the Founder and Managing Director of Generative HSE and Art of Work forming a highly skilled and qualified team in risk management, culture development, safety leadership, and OHS system design and review. Having worked in various industries, including oil and gas, mining, processing, infrastructure, rail, construction, manufacturing, and logistics, he provides a diverse perspective and wide range of skills for the organization which are highly regarded by the company’s client base. Marc drives the strategic leadership of Generative HSE as a talented presenter, analytical thinker, executive leader, facilitator, and OHS professional with over 25 years of business management experience. He understands the intricacies of OHS and, as a result, has developed an innovative portfolio of services ranging from material risk management to process safety, OHS strategy planning, global safety culture surveying, and effective safety leadership training and coaching.
Kelvin Genn is Art of Work’s Managing Director. He is a strategic systems thinker with experience in Human Factors and organizational re-engineering. He developed his systems thinking approach working in the Royal Australian Air Force for 10 years. Following this, for 10 years, he led a systems and risk management program across Asia Pacific and Europe with Compass Group Plc, the world’s largest support service company with more than 750,000 employees.
More recently he was working for (SKM) Sinclair Knight Merz as the Global General Manager for Safety and Wellness delivering safety for major project construction in mining, energy and infrastructure.
As a Board Member for NSW Health, Kelvin worked as the NSW Health Director for Clinical Quality and Patient Safety. He has also worked with the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care to develop the national accreditation system for all health care providers across Australia. He was responsible for shaping the state and national agendas for clinical health care safety and quality through the provision of expert advice to the NSW Health Management Board and the NSW Minister of Health. Currently, he holds board positions with the Food Safety Information Council and is also a committee member with the Australian Institute of Health & Safety
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