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Organisation Description

KRTS Power to Recover workplace trauma solutions help any organisation, large or small, to strategically prepare for and respond to workplace trauma. Many organisations feel out of their depth when it comes to managing psychological trauma. It is a highly specialised area but this doesn’t mean that people should feel confused about what to do or why they should take an action. Our guiding principle is to demystify, simplify and appropriately educate, developing a collaborative partnership with our customers and assisting them in crucial policy making decisions.

As industry experts, our in-depth knowledge and understanding of psychological trauma combined with our pragmatic, practical approach, means we are able to create and provide cost effective solutions to meet the human, legal and practical implications of workplace trauma.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Understanding and Preparing for Psychological Critical Incidents

    Training Course | KRTS International

    This course is for employees who may; as part of their duties; encounter an incident resulting in emotional or physical distress; psychological impairment or disturbance in usual functioning. It educates participants on the human survival response during and after such incidents and empowers them to proactively manage their own mental health and recovery. They are taught strategies that are effective in building resilience and managing the initial impact of an incident; and where and when professional help should be accessed. Research consistently shows that psycho-education and early intervention are crucial in facilitating a successful recovery.

  • Managing Psychological Critical Incidents in Work

    Training Course | KRTS International

    This course educates participants on the human survival response during and after a potentially traumatic event in the workplace and teaches a simple 3 step psychological first aid model that will form the basis of an immediate; helpful; peer support intervention. The mistakes that are commonly made by helpers are identified and the course will detail how they can manage obstacles and challenges to the support process. The course includes a skills-based element with an opportunity to apply the learning in practice sessions. It also covers attendance management and how the employee can be supported back into the workplace.