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Speak up, stay safe: Mastering assertiveness for everyone

Do you ever feel unheard or hesitant to voice safety concerns? It’s time to unlock your voice and become a safety champion with this dynamic assertiveness webinar, taking place on Tuesday 11 June.  

Date: 11 June 2024 
Time: 12pm - 1pm 
Location: Online - via Zoom 

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Event overview

Join Trevor Dale for an enriching CPD event focused on empowering you with essential skills for workplace safety and communication. In this session, we'll delve into strategies for preventing potential accidents by confidently raising safety concerns. You'll learn the art of clear, respectful communication, laying the foundation for stronger relationships within your team and beyond. 

Plus, this event qualifies for 90 minutes of CPD, and attendees will receive a certificate of attendance for their records. 

What will you get out of this CPD event?

By the end of this event, you will have the skills and confidence to: 

  • Master appropriate assertiveness: Learn the difference between being passive, aggressive, and truly empowered. 
  • Boost self-awareness: Discover your assertiveness style and identify opportunities for growth. 
  • Speak confidently in any situation: Equip yourself with techniques to effectively address concerns, even in difficult conversations.
  • Collaborate for safety: Develop the empathy and awareness to navigate conversations with colleagues and superiors constructively. 
  • Become a role model: Inspire others to speak up and create a safer, more positive environment for everyone. 

Who should attend?

This workshop is designed for any healthcare professional who wants to make a difference in their workplace and community.  

Trevor Dale, Managing Director, Atrainability and former British Airways pilot 

Trevor spent 34 years as a commercial pilot with British Airways, flying across the world. He enjoyed two years seconded to Kuwait Airways, living in the Gulf in the 1980s. From 1991, he was a training captain delivering human factors training in the classroom, simulator, and on 747s. After retiring from flying, he developed his training skills, specialising in healthcare. And for over 20 years, he’s been delivering courses and coaching across all healthcare specialities.