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Post incident support programme training (PISP)

Event date 22 May 2022
Date: 22 May 2022
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Duration: 7 hours
Overview

There are no training dates currently scheduled for the post incident support programme (PISP) in May and June 2022.

 

What does it cost?
There is no charge for this training for home office forces.
Who's it for?
This course is aimed at peer supporters or those officers and staff who address the welfare of colleagues, who are subject to investigation and to provide mutual aid.
How will the session be run?
The course is currently delivered on Microsoft Teams.
What if I miss it?
Regular courses are available, subject to your force having adopted this training.

PISP training will be scheduled as soon as possible.
 

Overview

PISP is a peer-led support programme, for officers and staff who are subject to post incident procedures, IOPC or PSD investigations. The programme provides training to support colleagues with Demobilisation and remobilisation techniques to allow them to reflect and return to work in a safe, controlled and appropriate manner.

Although originally directed towards firearms officers, this training programme has been expanded to encompass any area of policing from which a traumatic event can originate.
 

Instances include:

  • deaths following police contact
  • fatal police vehicle collisions
  • terrorist or disaster Investigations
  • hostage negotiation
  • subsequent command and control communication events

    (and many more)
 

Is this course for me?

PISP Training covers the following areas:                                               

  • skills to demobilise and defuse officers
  • conducting a situational and personal assessment of needs and the skills of how and when to refer the officer(s)/staff

This is a one-day training course.

These courses regularly take place throughout the year and dates will be supplied directly to forces who have adopted this training.
 

How to access this training

To be considered for one of these courses, you must firstly contact your force wellbeing lead who may put your name forward. Please note we are unable to accept individual applications for this course.  
 

What previous delegates are saying about this course
 

Really helpful. Good to have a 'formal' process to guide us through.

The trainers have a very good working knowledge and they passed this on to us without it being 'death by PowerPoint.' The training team kept us engaged by allowing us to interact.

The training materials were good throughout the course. They were very informative.

The course was a good experience and it allowed me to develop a much better working knowledge of the PIM process and how to support colleagues.

 

Find out more

Go to the psychological and trauma risk management service

 

Date: 22 May 2022
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Duration: 7 hours