Reducing the Cost of Error
Reserve your place  11th October 2017
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Preventing Mistakes at Work
Paying attention to getting it right
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Do your people make mistakes?
We're the experts in accuracy skills

Mistakes waste time, cost money and annoy customers

How accurately do your people work with data? Are they good at paying attention to detail? Even your best, most conscientious and most experienced people sometimes make mistakes.

The good news is that accuracy is a trainable skill. We show you why mistakes happen and how to prevent them. And we equip your people with the skills to read, check and transfer information accurately.

Featured Test – August

It’s cool to be accurate! 

Whatever the weather, it’s cool to be accurate. Don’t get hot under the collar sorting out mistakes – getting things right first time saves money, time and hassle. Use our sizzling summer accuracy test to encourage calm efficiency in your organisation.

New to accuracy skills?

New to accuracy?

An introduction to accuracy

Existing customer?

Existing customer?

Useful resources for our clients

Line manager?

Line manager?

Accurate operations

HR manager?

HR manager?

Accuracy as a trainable skill


It’s all about getting it right first time, every time. And it starts here…


Find out about our range of accuracy training programmes, including Developing an Eye for Accuracy and Preventing Mistakes at Work.


Download resources and tools such as the ‘back-of-envelope activity’ to calculate the cost of error in your organisation. And access a wealth of articles, fun accuracy tests, case studies and tips guides.


Come to our next Reducing the Cost of Error taster event to meet with our accuracy experts and learn about our accuracy techniques.

Easter Accuracy Test

Subscribe to our themed tests and receive a new one each month – for free!

Test your people's accuracy skills

Do your people pay attention to detail? Here's a whole book of fun tests.

These light-hearted tests underline the importance of accuracy.

Request book of accuracy tests