Occurrence Inquiry

BluAgile® Guidance Essentials for Occurrence Inquiry Practitioners
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Occurrence Inquiry

BluAgile® Guidance Essentials for Occurrence Inquiry Practitioners
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Occurrence Inquiry

BluAgile® Guidance Essentials for Occurrence Inquiry Practitioners
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Occurrence Inquiry Practitioner

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An objective of any occurrence inquiry journey is the collection and preparation of the intelligence needed to respond justly and the acquisition of the knowledge required to be able to do it. Individuals, leaders and managers use collaboration as the basis for finding solutions to their challenges that lays the foundation for making sound and ethical decisions to meet their and their organisations' strategic aims and objectives.

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Practitioner Guidance Essentials: Occurrence Inquiry 

This designation is certified by EduNomix and acknowledged as a formal occupation by the ASCHP, a SAQA recognised professional body for supportive counsellors and holistic practitioners (ID 684). Practitioner-Specific Modules allow you to continue your journey as a practitioner, provided that the ​Generic Modules have been obtained. The Occurrence Inquiry specialisation is the go-to source for future-thinking practitioners interested in developing impartial and just competenciesThe Occurrence Inquiry specialisation modules are:

Specific Practitioner Modules

Description of the specialisation Practitioner Modules and includes:

Occurrence Inquiry in the Organisational Context

Organisations are not isolated and therefore occurrences, investigation practices and outcomes of these occurrences have an impact on the perceived admiration of the organisation. The intensity with which leaders engage amid these happenings and be responsible for innovative ways to solve them is detrimental to the organisation’s endurance. A system is universally defined as a group of interacting units or elements that have a common purpose. The units or elements of a system can be cogs, wires, people, documents, computers, etc. Systems are generally classified as open systems and closed systems and they can appear, among others, as mechanical, biological, electronic or social systems.

Occurrence Investigator
Pivotal to all Occurrence Inquiries is the occurrence investigator.  The knowledge, skills, judgement and wisdom exercised by occurrence investigators, in most complex occurrences being investigated, have to merge to enrich the outcomes of investigations.  Learners discover how to explore and understand the relevance of these stakeholders' thought processes, learning preferences and temperaments.
Occurrence Inquiry Team

An Occurrence Inquiry Team is a group of occurrence investigators whom all have the aim to establish and resolve the causes that led to an unwanted event. Occurrence investigators interact with each other and contribute to team performance through their relationships with other team members and stakeholders. The way in which investigation teams materialise what constitutes work and possibilities to improve the productivity and efficiency of the team become important now. To be able to achieve this, teams nowadays have to succeed in utilising other than the traditional methods such as grasping the interrelatedness and interdependence between the happenings of the challenge at hand and finding innovative ways to solve them.

Occurrence Inquiry & Remedial Actions

Occurrence Inquiry & Remedial Actions provide learners with the insight that the primary objective of occurrence investigations is to prevent a recurrence.  Learners develop an understanding of the factors underlying the occurrence and find ways to address these in the context of occurrences being a symptom of system failures and not just poor leadership, physical failures or human errors. The fact that occurrence investigations must follow formal logical methodologies to identify all the related key factors is explored and learners are taught that teamwork within and across functional groups (i.e. operations, technical and maintenance) is essential for the prevention of occurrences. In this module the application of Remedial Action Management (RAM) is described in terms of the formulation, assigning and tracking of remedial actions. Techniques for identifying options for Proposed Actions (PA) and Remedial Actions (RA) to deal with constraints will be discussed taking cognisance of the characteristics of effective systems that support continual improvement, as opposed to ineffective systems that consume resources and provide little or no Return on Investment (ROI).

Occurrence Inquiry Assessment

Occurrence Inquiry Assessment provides an overview of the mechanisms needed to measure righteousness as an attribute and the distinction between just cultures and guiding justly. Learners discover the essentials of holistic fairness assessment and gain insight into the measurability of just cultures.

Applied Occurrence Inquiry

Applied Occurrence Inquiry provides learners with in-depth knowledge and understanding of just intelligence, noticed integrally, such as intellectual, emotional, social, physical and spiritual competencies, values and opinions about the self, others and the environment. Learners discover how to apply righteousness in occurrence inquiries as a concept in learning organisations, engage collaboratively in fairness, fairness and continuous learning, and ethical fairness dilemmas.

Occurrence Inquiry in the Organisational Context

Organisations are not isolated and therefore occurrences, investigation practices and outcomes of these occurrences have an impact on the perceived admiration of the organisation. The intensity with which leaders engage amid these happenings and be responsible for innovative ways to solve them is detrimental to the organisation’s endurance. A system is universally defined as a group of interacting units or elements that have a common purpose. The units or elements of a system can be cogs, wires, people, documents, computers, etc. Systems are generally classified as open systems and closed systems and they can appear, among others, as mechanical, biological, electronic or social systems.

Specific Practitioner Module:

Occurrence Inquiry in the Organisational Context

Specific Practitioner Module:

Occurrence Investigator

Occurrence Investigator

Pivotal to all Occurrence Inquiries is the occurrence investigator.  The knowledge, skills, judgement and wisdom exercised by occurrence investigators, in most complex occurrences being investigated, have to merge to enrich the outcomes of investigations.  Learners discover how to explore and understand the relevance of these stakeholders' thought processes, learning preferences and temperaments.

Occurrence Inquiry Team

An Occurrence Inquiry Team is a group of occurrence investigators whom all have the aim to establish and resolve the causes that led to an unwanted event. Occurrence investigators interact with each other and contribute to team performance through their relationships with other team members and stakeholders. The way in which investigation teams materialise what constitutes work and possibilities to improve the productivity and efficiency of the team become important now. To be able to achieve this, teams nowadays have to succeed in utilising other than the traditional methods such as grasping the interrelatedness and interdependence between the happenings of the challenge at hand and finding innovative ways to solve them.

Specific Practitioner Module:

Occurrence Inquiry Team

Specific Practitioner Module:

Occurrence Inquiry & Remedial Actions

Occurrence Inquiry & Remedial Actions

Occurrence Inquiry & Remedial Actions provide learners with the insight that the primary objective of occurrence investigations is to prevent a recurrence.  Learners develop an understanding of the factors underlying the occurrence and find ways to address these in the context of occurrences being a symptom of system failures and not just poor leadership, physical failures or human errors. The fact that occurrence investigations must follow formal logical methodologies to identify all the related key factors is explored and learners are taught that teamwork within and across functional groups (i.e. operations, technical and maintenance) is essential for the prevention of occurrences. In this module the application of Remedial Action Management (RAM) is described in terms of the formulation, assigning and tracking of remedial actions. Techniques for identifying options for Proposed Actions (PA) and Remedial Actions (RA) to deal with constraints will be discussed taking cognisance of the characteristics of effective systems that support continual improvement, as opposed to ineffective systems that consume resources and provide little or no Return on Investment (ROI).

Occurrence Inquiry Assessment

Occurrence Inquiry Assessment provides an overview of the mechanisms needed to measure righteousness as an attribute and the distinction between just cultures and guiding justly. Learners discover the essentials of holistic fairness assessment and gain insight into the measurability of just cultures.

Specific Practitioner Module:

Occurrence Inquiry Assessment

Specific Practitioner Module:

Applied Occurrence Inquiry

Applied Occurrence Inquiry

Applied Occurrence Inquiry provides learners with in-depth knowledge and understanding of just intelligence, noticed integrally, such as intellectual, emotional, social, physical and spiritual competencies, values and opinions about the self, others and the environment. Learners discover how to apply righteousness in occurrence inquiries as a concept in learning organisations, engage collaboratively in fairness, fairness and continuous learning, and ethical fairness dilemmas.

Comparative Credit Value

Module
Comparative Credit Value
Occurrence Inquiry in the Organisational Context10
Occurrence Investigator 10
Occurrence Inquiry Team 10
Occurrence Inquiry & Remedial Actions 10
Occurrence Inquiry Assessment 10
 Applied Occurrence Inquiry 10
   Subtotal (Specific Practitioner Modules)60
The Core Practitioner Modules 70
Total (Comparative Credit Value) 130

Note: Comparative Credit Value refers to notional hours

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