Dates: 24th & 25th February

Price: €1080 Member; €1350 non Member (per person)

Location: Kinvara, Co. Galway


2-day Belbin Team Role Accreditation workshop inclusive of certification exam, half-day team working experiential coaching exercise and 360 Belbin Team Role Individual report.

This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills required to use the latest Belbin methodology to bring about tangible improvements in individual, teamwork and organisational performance.

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Effective Team Work: Become A Belbin Accredited Consultant

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Learn how to improve and recognise your team’s ‘personality’ and enhance your Team Working culture. This 2 day course goes way beyond ensuring users of the Belbin profiling model and Interplace system are fully competent and achieve the required standards to become Belbin accredited.

It provides participants with the knowledge and skills on how to use the Belbin model to improve individual, team, and organisational performance and to align your team coaching goals to support organisational aims and objectives.

Dr Meredith Belbin defines a Team Role as “Our tendency to behave, contribute, and interrelate with others in a particular way.”
The extent to which team role profiling correlates with team performance was demonstrated using predictive validity by Prof. Meredith Belbin and his associates over a span of 15 years of empirical research – it showed that a balanced team – one with the greatest chance to develop fully effective working arrangements – would contain a balance of Team Roles.

This is a rare opportunity to join a public course for official accreditation in the Belbin Team Role methodology – and currently the only opportunity in Ireland. Need more information on the content of this course? Order our *FREE four-page summary on the Belbin team roles methodology.


“Fascinating insight into the different ways individuals can contribute to team success” David O’Brien,  Business Coach at Electricity Supply Board (ESB)

“This programme has provided a platform to enable learning and development for myself as an and Organisational Development practitioner and also to enable and support learning for others.  I have used this tool with many teams and leaders and find the learning from the accreditation invaluable in terms of the theory and practice.  Thanks for an enlightening learning experience.” Kay Joyce, HR Learning and Development Partner, Pfizer, Cork

In answer to the question, “Which part of the course did you find the most interesting” delegates responded:

  • “Viewing the reports and changing dynamics of team reports”
  •  “The team working exercise on the last day – putting it all into action and reviewing the learning”
  • “Team activity experiential learning exercise at the end of the 2 days”
  • “Learning about the team roles exercises (interesting and challenging)”
  • “Team interaction and “exercises”


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