We have one peer support training course for Police Superintendents' Association (PSA) members running in October. (Please note that the course date has been changed to the 20th October, we are not running the 13th October course now).
This bespoke course equips superintendents and chief superintendents with skills to provide help and guidance on a range of issues to others within their ranks, acting as a critical friend to colleagues needing independent support. The training also supports self-development.
The training has been developed to help the PSA in their commitment to supporting the wellbeing of its members, who are the most senior operational leaders in the service.
This work will also help to establish a peer support for wellbeing network across the country at superintendent and chief superintendent level.
Is this course for me?
This training package is based on our OK peer support for wellbeing model which has been designed by Oscar Kilo, the National Police Wellbeing Service (NPWS) in conjunction with the PSA, specifically for those operating in emergency services environments.
The training covers the following areas:
- what is peer support?
- communication and supportive relationships
- stigma and non-clinician conditions
- mental health awareness and clinical input.
What previous delegates are saying about this course
Excellent course and one of the best I have done in a long time.
This is a tremendous programme. The necessity for wellbeing services (in particular peer support) is fundamental to understanding the trauma many of us have experienced and will help to prevent stresses becoming critical and hopefully help to heal those who have suffered and become very poorly. A brilliant day.
How to access this training
Access to the courses will be promoted directly through the Police Superintendents' Association (PSA).
Use the button below to find out more information.
Go to the PSA
Use the button below to register your interest.
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