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Introduction Any training event introducing new knowledge, skills or attitudes needs reinforcement at a later date to avoid training decay. Human Factors training, such as Safety in Mind (SIM), is no different. During the SIM course participants are introduced to many new ideas aimed at raising awareness, influencing attitudes and behaviour. To ensure these changes have a lasting effect it is important for them to be refreshed and reinforced regularly. Omega Training Solutions offer a SIM follow up course - Safety in Mind - Stage 2. Having covered Human Factors theory during SIM this course aims to be practical giving attendees an opportunity to develop these skills. Like SIM, Safety in Mind revisited uses examples from aviation to show how poor behaviour affects safety and draws the parallels with the possible behaviour of an organisations employees. Course Content The content of Safety in Mind Stage 2, as always, is structured to fit the particular needs of an organisation. Possible subject areas are:- Revision of key topics from SIM Threat & Error Management - Introduction to behavioural markers that help in avoiding, trapping and mitigating threats & errors. These markers can then be used in subsequent exercises to give participants feedback on their skills. Communications - Exercises with feedback aimed at improving sending/receiving skills Teamwork - Exercises with feedback aimed at improving participants effectiveness as team leaders/members Decision Making - Theory and practice at Tactical Decision Exercises Situation Awareness(SA)- Generic exercises to increase SA strategies Emotional Intelligence(EI) - Participants given feedback on their EI MBTI - In depth feedback on personality type Behaviour - Role play in work situations to increase skills of staying in adult mode where appropriate Feedback - Practice in the skill of giving and receiving feedback

Introduction Any training event introducing new knowledge, skills or attitudes needs reinforcement at a later date to avoid training decay. Human Factors training, such as Safety in Mind (SIM), is no different. During the SIM course participants are introduced to many new ideas aimed at raising awareness, influencing attitudes and behaviour. To ensure these changes have a lasting effect it is...

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