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Human Factors Training for Safe and Effective Teams

Atrainability is recognised as one of the leading providers of Human Factors Training for critical teams
including Health and Social Care, Ambulance Service, Fire Service, and Aviation.
To date we have trained over 25,000 professionals.

 Open courses human factors training NHS London Birmingham Bristol

Atrainability for . . .

Quality training to improve safer more efficient team outcome

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Innovative techniques to motivate and empower your teams to overcome
inappropriate behaviour and make more effective teams

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Productive enhancements for saving time between procedures by planning and briefing
at the start of the day and debriefing post-hoc to seize team ideas

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Prevention of avoidable error and reduction of rule and procedure violation

 

TESTIMONIALS

Professor Peter McCulloch
Clinical Reader in Surgery University of Oxford

I have worked with Trevor and his team for the last eighteen months and am happy to testify to the quality of their work and the depth of their experience. Their input into the Theatre Safety Training research project here has been invaluable. As well as vast experience, they bring a thorough theoretical knowledge of safety and teamwork issues, a highly professional attitude and excellent presentational skills particularly in relation to small group work.

Peter McCulloch MBChB, MA, MD, FRCS (Ed), FRCS (Glas)
Clinical Reader in Surgery
University of Oxford Nuffield Department of Surgery

Malcolm Foley
Head of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering

I did enjoy the course – probably the most interesting, stimulating and thought-provoking course I have done.

The trainer was fascinating to listen to, and his library of examples to illuminate concepts is exceptional.

Malcolm Foley
Head of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering
New Cross Hospital Wolverhampton