Are non-technical skills essential in safety-critical roles in rail?

There is a growing appreciation within the rail industry of the importance of Non Technical Skills. They form an important part of competence and competence management because they can improve the management operational risk by helping to manage threats and errors when they occur.

At the NSAR Productivity, Skills and Technology Symposium taking place on 21st March 2019 at Crawley will be discussing this topic alongside:

  • How our employee’s mental well-being is linked to productivity
  • New technologies for rail employers

Our online services  Skills Live and SkillsID will be available for demonstration. Skills Live uses video insights from young apprentices as a way to explain the skills required for different job roles in rail. SkillsID provides instant access to an organisation’s training and competence records.

To register you place click here.