DISC Accreditation

DiSC Accreditation/ Assurance Public Workshop


DISC - the universal language of observable human behaviour

This workshop gives you a thorough understanding of the theory, background and application of DISC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance) behavioural profiling in the context of Human Resource Management.

It provides a foundation to help maximise individual and group productivity in a range of Human Resource Management applications including the following:


Profile the ideal behaviour required for the job, profile applicants for the position and match the two.

Training and Development

DISC profiling can be used as the building block for the following:
  • Team development
  • Assertiveness skills
  • Communication skills
  • Conflict management
  • Sales training
  • Change management
  • Conducting appraisals
  • Customer service
Completing this workshop, you are able to:
  • Analyse behaviour within the workplace and the preffered behavioural style of an individual.
  • Identify the behavioural requirements of a particular job and to match individual styles against job requirement as an aid to recruitment and employee development.
  • Be accredited to apply DISC behavioural profiling as a Human Resource development and training tool delivering programmes in a range of applications such as in team building, negotiation skills, face to face communications, change management and culture change.

Workshop Objectives:

This intensive two-day workshop will enable you to:
Recognise and describe the characteristics of the DISC behavioural types.
Understand the different motivators, fears and values of the behavioural types.
Interpret the graphs provided by the systems and provide detailed feedback.
Facilitate the Behavioural profiling process and utilise the outcome.
Understand the applications for the DISC system and identify those which would benefit their organisation.

Key Content:

The history and background of DISC Profiling
Graphs - analysing and linkages
The consistent characteristics, motivators, fears and values of each DISC type
Job profiling - facilitation and application
Real worked applications for the profiling system

Training Approaches:

The workshop will be organised in a highly interactive approach including a variety of activities like syndicate group work, role-plays, group discussion, observation and feedback

Workshop Leader

Jennifer Wellsted,Trideco Pty Ltd

Jennifer Wellsted began her working career doing acting in accordance with the Drama Degree she obtained at WITS. Having being priviledged to work consistently for three years, once her first child arrived she pursued her true love which was training. Trideco offered her the opportunity to be mentored and groomed as a trainer. She then studied at WITS Business School obtaining her PDM (Post Graduate Degree in Management - Business Administration) part time while freelancing as a trainer.

Needing to test the theory learnt, Jennifer and her syndicate partner started their own business, Caridon, and ran this successfully until they both decided that they had the worst bosses in the world and were working way too hard!
Trideco invited Jennifer to join them on a full time basis, which she did with alacrity.
An innovative designer and accomplished trainer/facilitator of highly experienced training interventions focusing on the development of personal and business related effectiveness, supervisory and customer service excellence, mentorship and industrial relations acumen, and the facilitation of high impact team processes.
Jennifer is now a shareholder and Director at Trideco, a company that specialises in bespoke learning and development, design and delivery for a wide range of clients. Key areas of speciality include performance Management, Mentorship, Trainer Training, and Talent Nurturing.

Expression of Interest:

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Enquiries: Jenni Wellsted 083 419 4929 or 011 326 1827 
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