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 fabulous Cottons Hotel & Spa in Knutsford, Cheshire on Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd May 2018.
I hope you can join us.