Social Psychology of Risk Two Day Workshop

by Dave Collins on March 3, 2017

in Psychology of Safety and Risk



Social Psychology of Risk Two Day Workshop

The Centre for Leadership and Learning in Risk (CLLR) logoGriffith University

Learning Lab in collaboration with the Safety Science Innovation Lab

Presenter Dr Robert Long

10,11 April 2017

Dr Long is presenting a two day workshop on the Social Psychology of Risk in collaboration with the Safety Science Innovation Lab at Griffith University (https://www.griffith.edu.au/humanities-languages/safety-science-innovation-lab ). The two day workshop on 10,11 April 2017 will be delivered to Post-Graduate students in risk and safety and a number of spaces are available for non-students to participate. Participants will receive a Certificate of Participation from the University and accreditation towards Certification if studying with the Centre for Leadership and Learning in Risk (http://cllr.com.au/ ).

Content in the Two day Workshop includes:

· Understanding human decision making

· Perception, Motivation and Layers of Risk

· Language and discourse in risk

· The challenge of heuristics

· The collective unconscious and culture

· The question of paradox, risk and learning

· Fallibility, turbulence, randomness and zero

· Fragility, emergence and the psychology of goals

· An overview of semiotics

· Skills for risk and safety management

· Maturity, wisdom and discernment

The cost for an external participant is $750 for the two days and if you are interested you can email admin@humandymensions  for more details.

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