April 11, 2024 | Susan Napier-Sewell

Amsterdam, TapRooT® Advanced RCA Training, May 27-31

Amsterdam

Join us for the 5-Day TapRooT® Advanced Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Training in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 27-31, 2024.

Register now for the Advanced TapRooT® course in Amsterdam, May 27-31, 2024.

Here’s where you’ll stay in Amsterdam, May 27-31:

Venue Information: Mercure Hotel Amsterdam Airport
Oude Haagseweg 20 1066 BW Amsterdam
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The Amsterdam 5-Day Training is for people who investigate low-to-medium risk incidents, precursor incidents and, perhaps, major incidents (serious injuries, fatalities, major facility upsets, fires and explosions, or significant environmental releases). The course covers the essential TapRooT® Techniques (SnapCharT®, Safeguards Analysis, the Root Cause Tree®, and the Corrective Action Helper®), and the optional tools (Change Analysis, CHAP, and Equifactor®) that are used in a complex investigation. The course covers advanced interviewing and information collection techniques and techniques to improve human performance. In addition, learn proactive use of the TapRooT® System. There are frequent exercises using the TapRooT® Software so that attendees leave with significant practice of the skills they will apply when they get back to work.

Day One (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

  • Class Introductions and TapRooT® Introduction
  • TapRooT® System Overview – What You’ll Be Learning
  • SnapCharT® Basics – Gathering Information
  • SnapCharT® Exercise – Practice
  • Causal Factors – Identifying the Errors
  • Root Cause Tree® – Eliminating Blame
  • Root Cause Tree® Exercise – On Your Own
  • Corrective Actions – Developing Fixes
  • Corrective Action Exercise

Day Two (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

  • Software Tips
  • Generic Causes – Systemic Problems
  • Enhanced Corrective Actions
  • Preparing for Your Investigation
  • Collecting Information
  • Interviewing
  • Interviewing Exercise
  • Interviewing Exercise (RCA)

Day Three (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

  • Management System & Changing Behavior
  • Equifactor®
  • Human Engineering
  • CHAP & Exercise
  • Change Analysis
  • Change Analysis Exercise
  • Improving Procedures
  • Putting It All Together
  • Work Direction & Exercise

Day Four (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

  • Human Factors Jeopardy
  • Proactive Improvement
  • Auditing Using Safeguard Analysis
  • Water Hammer Exercise
  • Analyzing Training Problems
  • Grading Investigations
  • Presenting to Management
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Start Final Exercise (SnapCharT®)

Day Five (8:00 am to 1:00 pm)

  • Final Exercise: Safeguards Analysis
  • Final Exercise: Define Causal Factors
  • Final Exercise: Find Root Causes
  • Final Exercise: Find Generic Causes
  • Final Exercise: Develop Fixes
  • Final Exercise: Presentations

Course materials we provide:

  1. TapRooT® Major Investigations Book
  2. TapRooT® Essentials Book
  3. Laminated TapRooT® Root Cause Tree®
  4. TapRooT® Root Cause Tree® Dictionary
  5. Course Workbook
  6. Corrective Action Helper® Guide

Upon completion of the course, attendees will receive a certificate of completion and a 90-Day Subscription to TapRooT® Personal Software, our dynamic online software that guides you through the TapRooT® process with ease and efficiency.

Continuing Education Units (CEU): 4.0.

Would you like to become TapRooT® Trained? Register for a TapRooT® course to put yourself on the best career path to skills development and effective training in troubleshooting to identify the root causes of issues and incidents. 

TapRooT® Trained professionals have the training and skillsets necessary for investigation, problem-solving, and root cause analysis. New skills lead to new positions. Find the course you prefer from the courses listed below, or find what you are looking for from the full selection of TapRooT® RCA courses. Soon, you will be TapRooT® Trained.

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