A structured interview is an opportunity to clarify potential problems and identify suitable interventions such as counselling or further referral, or in some cases, signposting to information, advice or training.
This page details our structured interview training.
Our structured interview training course is for occupational health (OH) professionals, working within policing, to help guide them through the process to properly assess a person’s need for support and treatment.
Enhanced structured interview training is also available to occupational health professionals who wish to develop a more in-depth knowledge of the model.
Outline of structured interview training
The one day, training course:
- is available for OH professionals
- is aimed at OH professionals not trained in previous years
- is also available for OH professionals that request a refresh
- will correlate with the PRA and PRA report in order to allow OH practitioners to conduct a structured interview
- allows OH professionals to conduct structured interviews
Forces will be required to put forward occupational health professionals who meet the criteria below.
- A qualified nurse working as an occupational health nurse adviser carrying out clinical case management.
- A registered counsellor with accredited status with United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) or British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
All participants are required to complete an online monitoring questionnaire prior to the course. The results of this monitoring will be used by students during the training.
Invitations have been sent out to every force but if you are interested and want to know more please contact us.