Introduction to Human Factors and Non-Technical Skills
Course overviewHuman factors, for example environmental, organisational and job factors and individual characteristics, influence behaviours at work in a way that can affect health and safety performance. NTS play a vital role in railway safety. They help people to anticipate, identify, and mitigate errors in task performance.
The course provides an understanding of how human factors influence safety in the railway and insights into NTS categories.
There are nine modules in this e-learning course. Each module includes between five to 20 minutes of learning, allowing individuals to learn at their own pace. In total the course amounts to 125 minutes of learning.
- The influence of human factors on safety
- An understanding of how the human mind interprets information
- Details of the seven NTS categories
- The specific skills needed for each NTS category
- The positive and negative application of NTS
- How to apply what learnings.
Who should attend?Safety-critical role holders and those that manage the competence of professionals in safety-critical roles. These include managers, HR personnel, heads of operational safety, professionals involved in training and assessment and those with responsibilities for training and competence management.
- RSSB Member and Affiliate: £40 (£48 including 20% UK VAT)
- RSSB Non-Member: £80 (£96 including 20% UK VAT)
Course dates and booking
Delivery: E-learning course
Learning Hours: 125 minutes
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The price for the licence agreement is based on the number of employees in your organisation who will need access.
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Other related courses
Human Factors Awareness
This course explains the factors that affect human performance at work with regards to the individual, job or workplace and organisation.
Non-Technical Skills Awareness and Integration
A course that builds knowledge of non-technical skills by discussing the risks and challenges faced by organisations.
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