Professional Practice in Psychological Health and Safety 12-Week Program.
Cohort #2 Commences 14 February 2024
Super-Early Bird $1,998.40
Professional Practice Program
Build your knowledge and skills for psychosocial risk management.
The Professional Practice in Psychological Health and Safety (PPPH&S) program has been developed specifically to improve the competence of people and safety professionals applying psychosocial risk management within organisations.
The program is internationally relevant, aligning to ISO 45003:2021, while also ensuring legislative compliance in countries with a positive duty such as Australia and the UK. The content in this 12-week program is highly practical, with a requirement for participants to apply what they have learnt in the month between the four two-hour live interactive sessions with subject matter experts from FlourishDx.
Online delivery means that learners can join in from anywhere in the world, with a time zone aligned to Australian and North American audiences. For those that can’t make it to one or more of the live sessions, each session is recorded and shared the day after delivery.
Note: Cohort #2 is available for internal people and safety professionals only. Super-Early bird pricing is available until 30 November 2023.
Thousands of professionals have benefited from psychological health and safety training from the FlourishDx Academy.
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Module Overviews and Practice
Learn the history and key concepts behind psychological health and safety (PH&S). You’ll be introduced to how PH&S differs from other approaches to workplace mental health, how it fits within a best practice approach and key standards and legislation that provide guidance on how to prevent psychological harm and promote employee mental wellbeing.
Perform a gap analysis of your current mental health at work strategy and identify key metrics.
Discover the history of psychosocial risk assessment, from early attempts to define the experience of work, to the latest applications of technology and human factors to identify hazards and assess risk at scale. Become familiar with the methods and tool available to conduct a quantitative and qualitative risk assessment and how to choose the correct approach for different applications.
Conduct a quantitative and qualitative psychosocial risk assessment with a small team.
Learn how mental health risks have traditionally been managed at work and how this differs to psychosocial risk management. Discover how the hierarchy of controls can be adapted to be more suited to psychosocial hazards, with a particular focus on work redesign. Learn how to monitor hazards and control effectiveness over time.
Consult further with workers to develop appropriate interventions and monitoring.
Reflect on your learning and consider what steps to take to scale your impact.
Lead Instructor: Jason van Schie
Jason is a Master’s degree accredited Psychologist with a primary focus on human factors. He is the founder of FlourishDx and regularly advocates for better practice via the ‘Psych Health and Safety podcast’ where he co-hosts with other experts.
Support Instructor: Joelle Mitchell
Joelle is a registered Organisational Psychologist and ISO 45001 lead auditor. She has a wealth of experience in consultancy and at a regulator as a human factors expert.
Support Instructor: Dr Alicia Papas
Alicia is a registered Clinical Psychologist, with a Doctorate in the field. She has in-depth knowledge of workplace mental health from her work in academia and as a consultant (internal and external).
Support Instructor: Heather Ikin
Heather is a registered Organisational Psychologist. She chaired the peak body in Australia for Organisational Psychologists for several years and contributed to national best practice approaches.