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Forum Interactive

We are a specialist learning and development consultancy who help our clients transform attitudes, behaviours and cultures at work. We offer bespoke training and coaching in leadership development, culture change and health and safety. By using drama-based and interactive techniques we make it truly engaging and meaningful, and so make a direct impact on business performance. We have a wide experience of organisations in the private and public sectors with many satisfied and loyal clients throughout the UK and internationally.

Adopting collective responsibility for health & safety

"Forum Interactive’s focus on people and relationships and the emotional impact of the story, fundamentally shifted people’s thinking, perceptions and assumptions, provoking a genuine consideration of the impact of behaviours and attitudes"

Andrew Sharman, RMS/IOSH

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Recent Blogs


Forum Interactive delivers Leadership and Safety Culture Event for 140 Scottish House Builders

Scottish House Builders Health and Safety Forum

Edinburgh International Climbing Arena, Ratho 7th November 2018

The Story of an Accident

Forum Interactive delivers Leadership and Safety Culture Event for 140 Scottish House Builders

We delivered another session to 140 …

Ethics and Values - Forum Interactive

Practising Meaningful Conversations at the University of Edinburgh

In September 2018 we relaunched our Learning and Development Offering bringing together online development toolkits and interactive face-to-face workshops to enable our staff to access the resources that they need when they need them.

We took this opportunity to review …


Babcock International Group focuses on Mental Health and Wellbeing at Annual Safety Conference.

In a 2017 survey conducted by the Office for National Statistics, Suicide is the leading cause of death for men under 50 and about four in five (10,688) deaths included in the analysis were among men. The ONS found low-skilled …