What is this Manage Human Factors in Complex Systems course about? This course will look at some of the key competencies involved in managing Human Factors in complex socio-technical systems. It will consider these from both a safety and performance viewpoint, and will look at topics such as situational awareness, decision-making, communication, and leadership, through a Human Factors lens. Human performance issues will also be addressed with the management of workload, stress and fatigue at both an individual and management level.
Who should attend the Manage Human Factors in Complex Systems course? This course is developed for managers in high risk or high reliability industries – not just aviation.
Managers from a range of industries – including transport, logistics, mining, oil & gas or construction – will benefit from the information presented in this course, and the way in which it is delivered.
We Are A Nationally Recognised Training Organisation
Southpac Aerospace – ID32353 is approved to meet standards set for RTO training. Our organisations is consistently upgrading and improving our course material through participant feedback and authority auditing processes. This framework ensures you are receiving the highest level of training within the industry.
We provide you with
Highly trained and engaged facilitators to make the most of your study. Our trainers all have extensive experience not only as trainers and auditors but also within industry areas including Defence, Major airlines, General Aviation and Manufacturing & Maintenance organisations
Training aligned with industry standards, workplace requirements and skill sets
Resources and materials that may include workbooks, guides and/or slides
Ongoing support for developing your career pathways
Course Investment: $1,195 per person. Contact us to arrange an in-house quote for your organisation.
Course Summary: This course gives an introduction to Human Factors in a management context, providing managers across any industry, and especially in the aviation industry, the skills and knowledge to understand and deal with the Human Factors challenges which abound in complex socio-technical systems.