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Error Prevention Training Course


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Error Prevention Training consists of six 20-minute modules that cover the Traps of human nature that trip us up, and provides practical Tools that can be used to avoid or deal with those traps.

Each module is offered in three different formats:

  • Slides with progress controlled by the learner.

  • Video with narration of the text. The learner can start or stop the video and adjust the speed of the narration as desired.

  • Reference Guide - that outlines the key Traps and Tools presented in that module, along with links that connect to short videos providing more information on key topics. The Reference Guide can be used for review, presentations, or guided discussions in a group setting.

Knowledge Checks provide questions that the trainer or learner can use to assess and reinforce comprehension.

Here's what the 6 Error Prevention Training Modules Cover:

Module One 
/    Error Prevention Basics
An introduction to the most fundamental Traps & Tools so you can start avoiding mistakes and increasing effectiveness right away!

Module Two  /    What's Your Attitude?
You will learn to recognize and neutralize 6 Hazardous Attitudes and 6 Special Situations that can lead to Sudden Loss of Judgement.

Module Three  /   How's Your Stuff?
Learn how to analyze internal and external resources to determine if you and your team have what it takes to successfully complete any given task or assignment.

Module Four  
/   Working Together Effectively
Very few people work in total isolation. In this module you will learn about personality and team traits that affect how people work together, and how effective communications enhance team performance.

Module Five  
/   What's Your Situation
Many of the Traps lead to loss of Situational Awareness, so you will learn how to maintain peak awareness, how to realize when you have lost awareness, and how to recover if your awareness is diminished.

Module Six  
/   Good Decision Making
Learn how to use the Tools of Error Prevention to improve individual and team decisions, and how to incorporate the concepts you have learned into your daily activities.

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