I have delivered training in many settings, from a traditional setup like that in the picture to training actually delivered in the field.

Whatever your training needs are I am more than able to create a bespoke course what will meet the exact needs of the participants. I have been offering training for many years and am well used to adapting my style to meet the culture of the people I am working with.

Should you wish to consider me for training then I am able to provide references from organisations that have already taken advantage of my expertise.

Traumatic Incident Training

Psychosocial Care After Trauma 1.
A two day course to train staff in organisations to provide appropriate immediate psychosocial care and support for those involved in traumatic incidents and disasters.

Psychosocial Care After Trauma 2.
A three or four day course to train staff in organisations to provide more advanced and on-going psychosocial care and support for those involved in traumatic incidents and disasters.

Crisis Support Team Training.
A three day course designed for Local Authorities and other Emergency Responders with teams of volunteers who will respond to the needs of those involved in disasters or major incidents.

Psychosocial Care Update for Responders.
A half or one day course for those already involved in supporting those involved in traumatic incidents and disasters designed to introduce them to the important new guidelines which will have an impact on how they provide support.

An Introduction Psychosocial Care After Trauma.
One day on the management of the effects on people of disasters and traumatic incidents.

Managing Traumatic Incidents.
A five day course, similar to the above, but with an increased emphasis on designing and managing an organisational response to traumatic incidents and disasters.

Managing the Impact of Dealing with Fatalities.

A one day course for those who may encounter deceased people in the course of their work, with the intention of preparing them for that, sometimes difficult experience.

‘Buddy’ Training.
A three day course, particularly for the airline industry and other transport companies, but also for other organisations where there may be a necessity for staff to be involved in dealing with survivors of disaster and the families of those who died. Giving staff the skills to deal sensitively with these vulnerable people and to be aware of the importance of caring for themselves.

Delegate reviews of his training include:

“One of the most valuable courses I have attended.”
“A good course, well presented.”
“The best course I have ever been on.”
“Being a good facilitator, picked up on what we needed to talk about.”
“Exceptional, he involved everybody.

His training clients have included:

  • Various Airlines and Airports
  • Various Primary Care Trusts
  • NatWest Bank
  • Major providers of counselling services
  • Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce
  • Maritime and Coastguard Agency
  • Royal Bank of Scotland group
  • Various train operating companies
  • Wiltshire Police
  • Hampshire and Berkshire Fire Brigades
  • Department of the Environment
  • British Council
  • Hanson Aggregates
  • Syntegra
  • Local Authorities