14
Oct

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Managing the fallout from a critical incident

A critical incident is an unexpected event that causes a period of acute stress in a workplace environment or group. It can range from the unexpected death of a colleague through to a workplace accident, loss of a patient in a long-term care scenario, or a large-scale violent event such as a mass shooting, bombing […]

11
Oct

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Experience Matters

Five benefits of trainers with real-life experience At Tidal Training, we employ highly skilled trainers with extensive experience of working in the healthcare sector. They know how to communicate and share information so that it is best retained by course delegates. We employ psychologists, former combat and state registered paramedics, registered general, mental health and […]

28
Sep

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Tackling work-related stress

In the past few weeks, several businesses have announced mandated leave as stress management strategies for their employees, in a bid to combat chronic stress. Bumble announced a week off for all Head Office employees in June, closely followed by LinkedIn and Twitter, while Nike did the same in August. Citigroup meanwhile has taken a […]

22
Sep

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Making Critical Incident Debrief Training part of your employee mental health framework

Workplace mental health frameworks often focus on the individual, particularly those experiencing cumulative stress from heavy workloads that potentially combine with challenges at home. Whilst of use, these frameworks often omit processes and procedures for acute stressors that impact your group or team. Tidal Training believe that every organisation and group should incorporate Post Critical […]

21
Jul

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“Excellence in Care” Series | 2021 Dates Announced In Response To Demand | Open Courses Running in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

It was encouraging to read the recent news that Health Education England (HEE) has been commissioned by the government to review the long-term strategic trends for the health and social care sectors in England, fuelled by rising demand for services. The aim is to “review, renew and update” the existing long-term strategic framework for the […]

14
Jul

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Medical emergencies: Reflections from a heart attack – and a cardiac arrest

The recent press and media coverage of Christian Eriksen’s cardiac arrest during a football match captured hearts and minds worldwide. Closer to home, one of Tidal Training Direct Ltd’s learners has recent experience of a heart attack and how her first aid training helped. Dordie Ketley runs Middletown Farm and Cottages and several other businesses […]

10
Jun

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Should work be restricted to ‘normal’ office hours, as advent of home working pushes some staff to their limit?

That’s the question being heavily debated at the moment, as some spokespeople and unions call for the Government to mandate a legally binding “right to disconnect”. The call comes as workers highlight the blurring of lines between work and home life, with the normalising of home working encouraging round the clock checking of emails, answering […]

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