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Training & Short Courses

The Centre for Innovative Human Systems is delighted to announce a range of forthcoming courses which will be held on our Trinity College Dublin campus.  These courses are designed to further promote your career and professional development.  You will learn from leading academic and practitioner experts in the areas of Managing & Sustaining Change, Proactive Risk Management, Human Factors & Leadership.

In addition you will find details on our Master's in Managing Risk and System Change under the Postgraduate Education section.

Managing Yourself and Leading Your Team (2018 dates to be announced)

This programme will help you achieve real outcomes for your own professional development and for your team’s performance. You will understand and gain knowledge in managing & leading your team; gain confidence in applying techniques for effective communication and decision making; develop your career prospects by identifying personal strengths & improvement areas. This short course is run in collaboration with Trinity Research in Social Science (TRiSS) Register your interest now by emailing

STAMINA Human Factors Core Course

Stamina Human Factors training addresses safety, quality, reliability and improvement in organisations. We deliver Human Factors training to aviation, pharmaceutical and other safety critical organisations (e.g. healthcare, emergency services, process industries). Our philosophy is based on a dedication to developing human factors competence that extends beyond compliance with industry regulations. This has been achieved through the development of a human factors programme in partnership between industry and research. The STAMINA Human Factors Training Programme is hosted by Trinity College, Dublin.

February 2018 Course

Our first course is taking place February 26th to 28th 2018 in Trinity College Dublin. Places are limited and you can book directly at the link below.

BOOK your place on our STAMINA Human Factors Core Course here.

October 2018 Course

A second course will take place from October 24th to 26th 2018. Register your interest now by emailing

Last updated 5 December 2017