The TRiM Practitioner course provides individuals working within organisations who do not have any specialist medical or psychological expertise with both the knowledge and skills to become a TRiM Practitioner.
TRiM Practitioners are able to look after small groups of personnel who may be at risk of developing psychological distress after traumatic events.
The course will be offered in Aberdeen for the first time; employers will not therefore have to meet the ancillary expenses such as travel and subsistence, usually associated with this high quality, specialist training.
Venue : Airport Thistle Hotel Aberdeen, Aberdeen Airport, Argyll Rd, Dyce, AB21 0AF On Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th June 2013, Time: 09.00 – 17.00 Cost: £750 +vat
All books and training materials are included as well as lunch and refreshments.
Booking/Payment Details By BACS transfer, Purchase Order or cheque. In the first instance, please email: Carolyn@offshoreresilience.com Stating name of attendee(s), company and contact(s) details
Further Details Offshore Resilience Ltd is delighted to be working in Partnership with March on Stress Ltd to deliver the first TRiM Practitioner Course in Aberdeen. The trainers will be Carolyn Taylor of Offshore Resilience Ltd and Roy Scott MBE of March on Stress.
March on Stress has been delivering Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) training since 2001 and is led by Professor Neil Greenberg, an academic, occupational and forensic psychiatrist with more than 23 years of military experience, who is one of the UK’s most prominent PTSD experts. He is the UK’s leader in Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) training, bringing a wealth of experience, including providing psychological input for Foreign Office and/or emergency service personnel after September 11th 2001, the Bali bombings of October 2002 and the 7/7 London Bombings in 2005. He has also provided mental health input into the psychological repatriation of hostages over the past five years and is the president elect of the UK Psychological Trauma Society having previously been secretary of the European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. Offshore Resilience Ltd has a long history of working closely with the Oil and Gas industry in Aberdeen and is delighted to collaborate with March on Stress to bring TRiM training to the Aberdeen area.
Working with a team of highly trained, skilled and experienced professionals, March on Stress ensures that all its services and products are based on the most up-to-date scientific evidence, translated into the most practical and beneficial support for your business.
The TRiM Practitioner course provides individuals working within organisations who do not have any specialist medical or psychological expertise with both the knowledge and skills to become a TRiM Practitioner. TRiM Practitioners are able to look after small groups of personnel who may be at risk of developing psychological distress after traumatic events. The course is skills-based and is backed up by up a series of lectures which covers the relevant theory which underpins the skills taught. The course will be offered in Aberdeen for the first time, employers will not therefore have to meet the ancillary expenses such as travel and subsistence, usually associated with this high quality, specialist training. All books and training materials are included. March on Stress is also a BTEC accredited training provider and the individuals who complete a March on Stress delivered TRiM Practitioner course can apply for a 3 BTEC Advanced Award Supporting Trauma Risk Management.
Essential Legal Skills for OH Professionals Leicester - dates to be advised
This two day course will equip you with the essential legal knowledge and skills to ensure you are competent and confident to practice. The training supports the Information Governance standards set out in the SEQOHS accreditation.
Occupational Health Professionals frequently face difficult questions concerning confidentiality, consent and disclosure. Delegates will be equipped with a toolkit of essential legal knowledge, practical skills and the confidence to meet best practice standards. The courses are fun, innovative and interactive with practical case studies, discussions and role play designed to equip delegates with “real life” experiences during the training.Who delivers the training?
The training will be delivered by a solicitor or barrister who is also experienced in delivering skills based interactive training in which delegates learn by doing and by experience.
Day 1 - Legal, Regulatory and Compliance Professional Standards The principles in relation to record sharing, confidentiality, disclosure and data protection. Understanding the legal duties of confidentiality; common law, contractual and statutory. Considering and rationalising the meaning of confidentiality within the Equality Act/Code 2010. Reviewing the ethical duty of confidentiality and best practice in obtaining informed consent. Handling disclosure by consent, by law, in the public interest and in the case of serious risk.
Day 2 - Best Practice Records and Excellence in Report Writing Identifying the pitfalls in record keeping. Understanding the legal obligations and duties in record creation, maintenance and disclosure. Analysing the key stages in writing a report; issues, facts, assumptions and opinions. How to provide a factual basis to justify advice, recommendations or opinions in the report. Dealing with strengths and weaknesses in the facts. How to write in a clear, concise and accessible manner. Analysis of the structure, content and style of a report. Practical exercises and critiquing of records and reports based on objective competency criteria to demonstrate best practice. Experiencing cross-examination on records and reports to demonstrate how they are challenged.
Cost £450 for the two days including refreshments and lunch.
If you would like to attend but would find it difficult to pay the full sum at this time of year, you can pay by 4 monthly installments of £112.50 at the end of February, March, April and May.
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Health and Wellbeing at Work 2014 Tuesday, 4th and Wednesday, 5 March 2014 NEC, Birmingham