Our faculty is made up of experts ensuring that our training is evidence based, relevant for the current context of practice and considers emerging themes in each field.
All our trainers have been carefully selected, not only for their professional knowledge and expertise, but also for their ability to teach to both small groups and larger conference-style audiences. They are able to deliver educational material using a practical problem-solving approach. All training is tailored to the occupational health sector to ensure that it is relevant to the context of the learner.
Dr Nikki Cordell MSc MBChB FFOM
I am an accredited specialist in Occupational Medicine, with over 15 years of experience in delivering occupational health services, first within the military and subsequently in the private, public and third (not-for-profit) sector. I now run a social enterprise delivering a wide range of workplace health and wellbeing services in addition to developing training for occupational health professionals. I have an MSc in Medical Education and I have a keen interest in educational design.
I am passionate about developing skills across disciplines practising with the field of occupational health. I have been involved in the design of educational programmes including training of specialist registrars and professional development of clinicians providing occupational health services and most recently designing e-learning for occupational health technicians.
My role with EOPH
In addition to my role as Managing Director where I oversee the strategic direction of the blended learning packages under development, I also regularly train in my specialist areas which include risk management, report writing and leadership.
Dr Robin Cordell MBA FRCP FFOM
I am an accredited specialist in Occupational Medicine, with over 25 years of experience in leadership and management of health and healthcare services. With a strong interest in promoting the national health and work agenda, I am engaged in work with the broad range of professionals and agencies active in work and health, and Government, in my capacity as a director of the Council for Work and Health.
I have a strong interest in leadership and influence as a means of bringing about positive change in organisational culture, so creating healthy, motivating workplaces. I believe that this can be delivered by educating leaders and managers and have been involved in teaching and delivering lectures on this subject to a variety of audiences.
My role with EOPH
I have been engaged with EOPH since its inception and have delivered webinars and face to face training on leadership and management for EOPH over these last five years.
Dr Natalie Green BM BCh MA (Oxon) MSc DOccMed
I am a final year specialist registrar in Occupational Medicine and have recently completed and passed the MFOM Part 2 examination. I have experience in the delivery of occupational health services within both the public and private sector. I believe that the role of the occupational physician is to encourage proactive management of the workforce, to facilitate the implementation of workplace strategies that are evidence-based and efficient, and to equip employees with the psychological tools and specialist advice that they need in order to work in their roles effectively and happily.
I have an MSc in Occupational Medicine and have a professional interest in understanding and demonstrating the power and influence of occupational health services in supporting positive business performance. I believe that this is key to building relationships with our clients and in guaranteeing the continued demand for our services into the future.
My role within EOPH
I oversee the development and delivery of EOPH courses and Athena content, including the support of candidates through the AFOM / MFOM Part 2 examinations.
Rachel Dare BEd MA
I am a highly knowledgeable professional with over 25 years of experience in training and educating in the public sector.
I have a broad knowledge of health & wellbeing subjects however my area of expertise is within the school environment. I have worked as a member of the senior leadership team, focusing on the strategic planning of school improvement which has included leading on projects and providing training within this arena.
I have designed and delivered training events for employees and students on a wide range of subjects such as safeguarding and behaviour management, as well as taking a lead role in the coaching and mentoring of staff to improve standards. Having worked at a senior level in the education sector, I am well placed to understand the unique demands of the school environment for both staff and students alike.
My training style is informal, personable and instructive, providing others with the tools and techniques required to take action to improve their own health and wellbeing.
My role with EOPH
My role in EOPH is to oversee the development and delivery of EOPH course material, alongside ensuring great customer service. The team at EOPH pride themselves on developing cost effective courses for those in the occupational health field and we aim to provide a wealth of resources for each course, alongside ensuring all aspects of the preparation and delivery of our courses are of the highest standard.