Online Courses for Overseas Students

Social Psychology of Risk Online Learning


The Centre for Leadership and Learning Risk (CLLR) is now online for all Non-Australian Resident students in 2018.

The three introductory face to face units will continue as previously arranged for Australian students with the remainder of units online.

A full Prospectus can be downloaded from

Structure and Registration

It is important for online students to undertake the units of study in order as indicated. This is because the complexity of study builds over time.

Once a person is registered for a unit of study they will be assigned an online tutor/mentor. Mentors are listed in the Prospectus as Academic Staff and all have undertaken studies with Dr Long since 2001.

Registration for each unit is $750.00 AUD

Completion Requirement

Each unit is completed by undertaking the following

  • Watching the video series
  • Complete a written reflection/journal for submission
  • Undertake online conversation in reflection on videos with mentor
  • Undertake some related reading
  • Some units require a written response in the form of a blog which may be published
  • Some units automatically receive a complementary copy of Dr Long’s book related to the Unit.

Units for Registration


Unit 1. An Introduction to the Social Psychology of Risk.

Unit 2. SEEK, The Social Psychology of Event Investigations.

Unit 3. Introduction to Semiotics and Risk.

Unit 4. Leadership and the Social Psychology of Risk.


Unit 5. The Social Psychology of High Reliability Organising.

Unit 6. Holistic Ergonomics.

Unit 7. Learning, Community and The Social Psychology of Risk.

Unit 8. The Social Amplification of Risk.

Master Classes

Unit 9. The MiProfile Master Class, Diagnostics in the Social Psychology of Risk.

Unit 10. Understanding and Developing Risk Intelligence.

Unit 11. Communicating and the Unconscious in Risk. Advanced Semiotics.

Unit 12. iThink – Critical Thinking, Dialectic and Risk.


Unit 13. Due Diligence.

Unit 14. The Social Politics of Risk.

Unit 15. Culture and Risk

Unit 16. Transdisciplinarity and Risk.