Darren Sutton

MSc Performance Psychology NEBOSH Diploma

A Success Story – Mitch Paris

A Success Story – Mitch Paris When Tracey met Mitch Mitch completed our IOSH Certificated Performance Psychology for Safety Program in April 2021. He agreed to share his experience of the program with us. Mitch ParisGrad IOSH – Health, Safety, Security and Environmental Manager at Harwich Haven Authority Tracey Wright is our Marketing and Business…

Why people take our courses

Why people take our IOSH Certificated online courses Or – When Tracey met Lyn…. Lyn has taken both of our IOSH Certificated Behavioural Science and Performance Psychology Online Programs. She volunteered to share her experiences and told us why she chose to work with us. Lyn WhittleMental Health Trainer at Honestlyimfine.co.uk Tracey Wright is our…

Are you a King, Queen, Master or Mistress?

Are you a King, a Queen, a Grand Master or Mistress? We’re delighted to present the next article from Michelle Rushmere (Grad IOSH), who is a recent Graduate of the Month from our IOSH Certificated Performance Psychology for Safety & Health Program. In this article, Michelle compares decision making in chess with the kind of…

High Hopes for Performance

High Hopes for Performance Science has identified (Orlick & Partington, Collins & MacNamara) the key psychological characteristics or mental skills required for developing excellence in individuals, teams and organisations across different performance domains. We received this excellent review of how PCDEs (Psychological Characteristics of Developing Excellence) can be applied to elite performance from Michelle Rushmere,…

IOSH Webinar – ELearning Module

Your Questions Answered and a FREE Preview Lesson Thanks for signing up to attend our webinar, we hope you discovered how Performance Psychology can be applied to enhance safety performance. We’ve created a short ELearning Module to answer some of the questions that we might not have had time to address during the session. There’s…

The “Scared Straight” myth and what we should understand for Behavioural Change in Safety

Fear – The Ultimate Motivator? The Scared Straight Myth and what we can learn for safety Back in the late seventies and early eighties teenage crime in the USA was starting to become a real concern.  A famous (or now infamous) campaign was initiated to Scare Straight the teenagers who were considered the most likely…