Training

We provide training in all aspects of our fields of expertise, usually tailored to the specific requirements of our clients. We've delivered courses to personnel in the defence and civil sectors, including the MoD's Defence Equipment and Support. We have comfortable training facilities in central Bath but we're also happy to travel to client premises.

An Introduction to Human Factors (1-day)
A one-day training course in the basics of the discipline of Human Factors (HF), otherwise known as ergonomics, Human Performance Engineering, user-centred design or usability engineering. Using examples drawn from a wide range of industries, the importance of HF is emphasised and the techniques involved are explained.

Human Factors Practitioner (2-Day) (IEHF-recognised)
This is perhaps out most popular course. It is designed for delegates with an interest in the subject or a need to know more than the fundamentals. On completion, delegates will have a deeper understanding of Human Factors. They can be expected to be aware of the importance and value of a person-centred approach and possess some familiarity with the practice of the subject.

Safety Case Development (1-day)
A one-day course to impart a basic understanding of the concepts underlying safety analysis, and of the structure and rationale of the safety documentation required by the Ministry of Defence DE&S. The course describes the methods and procedures for preparing clear, concise and comprehensive documents in accordance with specific standards, notably Defence Standard 00-56 and Joint Service Publication (JSP) 454.

Human Factors Integration (1-day)
A one-day course designed for those requiring a working understanding of Human Factors Integration. No previous knowledge of Human Factors is necessary.

Safer Manual Handling (1/2-day)
Through a series of short modules, video and practical exercises, this course gives people the skills they need to minimise manual handling risks.

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