IOSH Approved Coaching for safety
Coaching for safety is about much more than simply having ‘safety conversations’ as part of a behavioural safety implementation. It’s about helping individuals to develop a more collaborative style – coaches exist to be collaborative and supportive and to help others perform better. But we’re not satisfied with merely developing coaches.
IOSH Approved Coaching for safety can be a stand-alone course (for many it is) but it can also be the first step in an extended programme of support where the goal ultimately is to develop a coaching culture for safety – through coaching.
IOSH Approved Coaching for safety is a unique, highly-participative programme based on a number of practical exercises all involving real-life issues and problems the delegates bring themselves – there is absolutely no role-play.
IOSH Approved Coaching for safety is a 2-day workshop which covers: –
Module 1 What is the role of an OSH practitioner? (And what do practitioners actually do?)
Module 2 What are the attributes of a good practitioner?
Module 3 Styles of safety practice
Module 4 What is coaching?
Module 5 What are the attributes of a good coach? (Includes an exercise on how to be person-centred)
Module 6 The GROW Model
Module 7 Coaching skills session 1 (The coach practices GROW being person-centred)
Module 8 Active listening (Includes an active listening exercise)
Module 9 Coaching skills session 2 (The coach practices GROW, being person-centred and actively listening)
Module 10 Being solutions-focused
Module 11 Coaching skills session 3 (The coach practices GROW being person-centred, actively … you get the idea)
End Test Successful candidates receive an IOSH Certificate
For our next open course, we’re back at the Pittodrie Stadium, home of Aberdeen Football Club, on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th December 2017.
And our first course in 2018 has just been put into the diary, it’s on Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th February 2018 at Holiday Inn Express London – Heathrow T5.
I hope you can join us.