Atrainability and MPS have forged close links and have developed 'Understanding Human Error in General Practice', a bespoke training course for healthcare professionals across the UK and Ireland.Understanding Human Error in General Practice aims to improve the way teams work together. The objective is to gain an understanding of the importance of human factors in reducing healthcare professionals’ exposure to complaints and improving patient safety.
Trevor is a specialist in human factors teamwork training since its introduction in commercial aviation in 1990. Since 2002 when he formed Atrainability he has been working extensively in healthcare, with extensive experience in training and coaching clinical teams in a multitude of operating theatres across the UK in NHS and private hospitals.
Trevor enjoyed a full career as a pilot with British Airways, retiring as a senior Training Captain flying Boeing 747 aircraft in 2005. By then he had been a trainer in classroom, simulator and aircraft for over 12 years. In this time he had extensive experience in facilitating learning and with a small team developed a range of innovative train the trainer courses that have gone on the become mandated internationally in commercial aviation. It is these skills which have been widely recognised in healthcare and have been utilised in courses for such as the Royal College of Surgeons and a variety of research programmes conducted with teams at the RCS and the University of Oxford.
As a result of these he was approached to tender successfully for the development and design of the Productive Operating Theatre teamworking modules for the NHS Institute. His experience across healthcare is wide and far-reaching, including a specialty in Surgery, Radiology as well as Primary Care, Emergency Care, Critical Care, Mental Health and Secondary Care.
He is widely sought as a conference speaker internationally on the subject of human factors training in healthcare. Trevor is an active member of Lions Clubs for over 30 years and has been President of his local club twice.