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What we do

Our experiential and immersive training brings about behavioural change in people and organisations.

People come away with a deep, lasting awareness of their responsibility for their own safety and that of colleagues and the practical communication tools to make a difference.

Our approach works with senior leaders and managers, operational and site staff, contractors, back office teams, partners and suppliers.

Active Training Team
Active Training Team
Active Training Team

How we do it

We believe people learn best by ‘doing’.

We create stimulating safe spaces for people to practice and develop their skills; bridging the gap between the theory of the learning model and the reality of life in the workplace.

Our immersive training combines interactive experiences, film, drama, live action, exercises, participation and facilitated discussion.

We can create tailored experiential environments, provide mobile ‘pop-up’ training experiences in site cabins or canteens and deliver training in offices, factory floors, conference centres and hotels.

Whatever the location – the experience is authentic, tailored and very effective.

Active Training Team
Active Training Team
Active Training Team

Who we are

Active Training Team is an award-winning team of professional writers, trainers, facilitators, psychologists, coaches and actors.

We have over 20 years’ experience in behavioural-based safety and a proven track record for getting results.

Watch the videos to experience our approach in action.


Feedback

The most inspiring day at work I’ve ever had. I was working with a CEO, an office receptionist and a guy that digs the ground. I learnt so much.

EPIC participant, January 2016

EPIC is the cornerstone for our culture, practices and success to date. The site teams have each clocked up more than one million work hours without a lost-time incident, which is unprecedented.

Andy Mitchell, CEO Tideway

I would recommend ATT to anyone looking for an intervention that can really stop people and make them think.

Rob Jones, Head of Organisational Effectiveness, Crossrail