- Day One
Tuesday 14 May
Module 1: The role of OH – context, challenges & objectives
Dr Paul Litchfield, Corporate Medical Adviser
Module 2: Managing occupational health staff
Jo Berriman, Health Management Consultant
- Day Two
Wednesday 15 May
Module 3: Resourcing & budget management
John Humphrey, Management Consultant
Module 4: Problem solving & influencing skills
Carolyn Graham, Consultant
- Day Three
Thursday 16 May
Module 5: Legal framework
Diana Kloss, Barrister
Module 6: Managing relationships and communication
Dr Steve Boorman, Empactis
Benefits of attending
How will gaining this qualification benefit you and your organisation?
This certificate provides OH and allied professionals with the essential management tools they need to deliver a successful OH service– from the effective management of staff and programmes to managing departmental budgets – with a clear understanding of corporate and financial objectives, the organisation’s legal responsibilities and the needs of different stakeholders.
The course equips you with the skills to create an OH service that meets the needs of your employer and where departmental performance is constantly monitored and improved.
The certificate enables OH professionals to operate confidently within the workplace, whether public or private sector, and to present the case for OH to different stakeholders. Occupational health professionals attending this course will come away with the knowledge to manage their department with confidence, financial acumen, legal awareness and the wider management skills to develop their department’s work.
Who is the course designed for?
The course is designed for occupational physicians, occupational health nurses, case managers, health and safety professionals, human resources managers and other professionals involved in the delivery and management of occupational health services.
For any delegates from overseas, please note that the legal teaching in the course is based on the law in England and Wales.
About Brunel University London
This qualification is organised by The At Work Partnership with the support of Brunel University London.
Brunel University London’s College of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences runs the NMC accredited Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (SCPHN) for entry on Part 3 of the NMC register for three pathways namely OH, Health Visiting and School Nursing. Part 3 registration is sought by many OH employers. The College prides itself on delivering high quality professional and public health education in line with the University’s mission “to bring benefit to society through excellence in education, research and knowledge transfer”. Find out more about Brunel Univeristy London here: PGDip and MSc BSc