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We work with all industries and work sectors, even primary schools, to promote a learning culture.

We offer a combination of both on-line and in-person initiatives. This includes on-line short duration introductions to iCue, on-line extended programmes for entering the SPoR learning journey, and also various in-person workshops that can either offer an initial training on SPoR and iCue, or address a wide range of specific topics and applications of this philosophy.

We are currently working on creating a library of courses with pre-recorded interactive sessions on a range of topics, including accident investigations, safety audits and incident reporting systems.

You can schedule a meeting with us, email us at support@novellus.solutions, or simply call us at +44 1224 744161

If more than 12 people are interested in attending one of our courses, we will consider bespoke designed sessions and bulk discount. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

We have used a combination of anthropomorphic images and photos from our workshops on our website. This is to illustrate the tension between viewing people as less than humans and humanising the experience of learning which lies at the heart of everything we do.

Our work is as much as you learning with us as it is about us learning with you. We believe that the way to achieve this is through open conversations that build trust and empathy.

The term “Mandala” comes from Sanskrit and stands for a geometric configuration of symbols. Carl Jung studied Mandalas extensively, noticing first that such symbols existed across different cultures for thousands of years, when such cultures had never been in contact with each other.

In Jung’s view, Mandalas are symbols in themselves that represent things that stand in tension with each other, with the “self” at the centre. They can thus be a source of immense understanding about our unconscious trade-offs and ever-standing dilemas that trouble our decisions.