Responding to trauma: for frontline and emergency services
This one-day workshop has been designed for frontline staff who may have to support people affected by a traumatic incident - and assesses suitable responses to meet their needs.
The aim of the workshop is to provide you with skills so that you feel confident in supporting individuals who have experienced traumatic events such as terrorist attacks, fires, transport incidents and assault - and how to recognise whether they need referring for further professional help or not.
You will learn about the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and what the recommended treatments are, and explore ways that you can look after yourself when doing this work.
Through a combination of didactic teaching, videos, and group discussion attendees will have the opportunity to think about how they can apply what they’ve learnt to their own practice.
After taking this course, learners will be able to:
- Understand common reactions to trauma
- Support people in the immediate aftermath of a trauma
- Know where to refer people for help following trauma
- Understand what post-traumatic stress disorder is and what treatment is recommended
- Understand the factors that affect an individual’s response to trauma
- Take care of themselves when working with people who have experienced trauma.
Contact us for bulk booking discounts on group bookings of more than 5.
We are able to offer custom-made programs, whether digital or face to face, to meet the education and training needs of your organisation in the UK or internationally. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss your requirements and develop a proposal.
Let our team complete a full Training Needs Analysis for a department, directorate, or the whole hospital! We can work to complete this ourselves or work collaboratively with your own staff. Our standard outcome measures assess learner progress and produce a full report looking at wider impact of training using a range of tested assessment methodologies.