CLLR - Dr Rob Long

Dr Robert Long


PhD., MEd., MOH., BEd., BTh., Dip T., Dip Min., Cert IV TAA

Principal Founder

Rob has over 40 years experience in leadership, management, teaching and learning across many sectors. He is renown globally for his expertise and knowledge in the Social Psychology of Risk. He is author of 6 books and numerous publications in journals as well extensive publications on the Internet. He is an International presenter and the programs he has developed are used Internationally and Nationally. His intellectual property forms the basis of most tools and resources offered by CLLR.

CLLR - Craig Ashhurst

Craig Ashhurst


PhD (current ANU), BA, Grad Dip Ed., Cert IV TAA.

Director of Studies

Craig has a comprehensive mix of skills and experience with particular expertise in instructional design, multimedia and learning over 20 years.

He has worked across most industries and the government sector and is highly sought after for his expertise in: wicked problems, collaboration, complexity, systems thinking and collective coherence.

Hayden Collins


MSPoR, Grad Cert in OH&S, Adv Dip Environmental Technology, Cert IV TAA, MPTI Certification (Coaching), RABQSA-OH (Auditing)

Manager Online Studies

Hayden has been coordinating online studies for CLLR for 5 years. Hayden is an accomplished presenter and coach with over 20 years experience in risk and safety leadership roles within large National and multinational organisations across a range of industries including: heavy industrial manufacturing, FMCG manufacturing and telecommunications. Hayden is particularly skilled in Critical Theory and Praxis in SPoR in the workplace.

CLLR - Gabrielle Carlton

Gabrielle Carlton


BSc (Psych), Grad Dip SPoR, Grad Cert (RM), Dip NLP (Coaching), Cert IV TAE,

Majors 16 PTI Trainer/Facilitator.

Lecturer in Resilience, Social Psychology of Risk and Leadership


Gabrielle has broad experience across a range of industries and a history of Probability Risk Analysis (PRA) and Culture and Organisational Modelling in Risk (COMIR). Gab specialises in helping organisations create resilient cultures and psycho-social harmonies through humanising work practice.

CLLR - Roy Fitzgerald

Roy Fitzgerald


Grad Dip SPoR, Grad Dip Phys Ed, THC, BEd, Dip T, Cert IV TAE.

Lecturer in Education, Learning, Semiotics and Risk


Roy is a global expert in Semiotic Learning with unique qualifications in visual methodologies. Roy is an exceptional moderator, facilitator and designer of ‘activities-for-change’ learning strategies. His engaging interactive methods are sought after Internationally across all sectors particularly in leadership, strategy and critical thinking.

CLLR - Andrew Thornhill

Andrew Thornhill


BSc, Masters Environmental Law, Grad Cert SPoR, Adv Dip WHS, Cert IV TAE,


Lecturer in Systems and SPOR, Collaboration and Change


Andrew has extensive experience and knowledge in organisational systems across many industries. Andrew uses his extensive knowledge in systems compliance to facilitate extension into the Social Psychology of Risk. He specialises in transitional learning, culture and human decision making in organisations.

CLLR - Dee Henshall

Dee Henshall


MSc, GradCert (Bus), Grad Cert SPoR, RABQSA Cert IV TAE, Cert IV Envir Mgt,

Majors PTI Trainer/ Facilitator.

Lecturer in Psychosocial-SPOR Interface, Change and Sustainability

Dee has extensive experience in FIFO/DIDO environments and the challenges of psychosocial well being and the Social Psychology of Risk.

CLLR - Michael Lawrance

Michael Lawrance


MSc, BAppSc (Occ Therapy), Cert IV Shearing Supervision.

Lecturer in Holistic Egonomics and Psychosocial Well Being


Michael’s expertise is in workplace health particularly occupational musculoskeletal disorder prevention. Michael has worked in injury prevention and ergonomics in a range of industries, including mining, horse racing, construction, shearing, agriculture, manufacturing, transport and health.

Brian Darlington

Masters in SPoR, Dip. Safety and Health, SAIOSH Graduate

Lecturer in SPoR Situational Practice, Safety Integration and Change

Brian brings 30 years of expertise in workplace risk and safety to help make organisations understand SPoR practice. Brian is particularly skilled in helping organisations make the trasition to tackling risk and safety in a new approach. His expertise in management and working with boards and executives is particularly significant.

CLLR - Dave Collins

Dave Collins


B.Eng, Dip.OHS, PIAP Cert. RABQSA.

Lecturer in Human Risk, Business and Enterprise Risk, Insurance, Liability, Security and Assurance


Dave is the founder and leader of one of the most significant International blogs on risk. With visits and hits to his website Riskex of 9 million annually, this makes his website one of the most influential sources and resources on risk globally. Dave specialises in the human fallout associated with enterprise and business risk.

CLLR - Matthew Thorne

Matthew Thorne


Diploma OHS, Cert SPoR, Cert Bus Man.

Lecturer in Risk in Hospitality, Agriculture and Regional Issues


Matthew has extensive experience associated with risks in regional and remote areas and brings this unique knowledge to issues in the Social Psychology of Risk. His knowledge of rural isolation, sole trader and one person operations is a key factor in how he mentors participants from country and regional areas.

CLLR - Michael Kruger

Michael Kruger


BCom Law, LLB, Grad Cert SPoR, IRCA,

Lecturer in SPOR, The Law and Risk, Biases and Effects


Michael brings his substantial International experience in the Law and The Social Psychology of Risk to the challenges of leadership, organising and sustainability. Michael is a masterful bridge builder and facilitator in enabling early discoverers to understanding the challenges of Social Psychology and Risk.

CLLR - Rod Esdaile

Rod Esdaile


B Eng Mech, Dip OHS, Dip Bus Mangt, Grad Dip SPoR.

Lecturer People-Centred Learning, Complexity and Organising


Rod brings his extensive knowledge and experience in manufacturing, risk and security to tackling risk in complex environments. His extensive knowledge in systems and the human/ergonomics interface brings a whole new level of understanding to how social arrangements affect the humanizing workplace.