Suddenly, something that should not happen happens - an employee is subjected to violence or threats at work, an employee's spouse or daughter dies, an employee becomes seriously ill. By a company is well prepared to deal with stress, crisis and grief reactions, emotional, physical and economic damage to the individual, the company and its customers are minimized. Centre for Crisis Competence is now offering a one day course on long-term support during crises, led by Sara Hedrenius (survivor from the Estonia catastrophy). Time: 29 November at 08:30 to 16:30 Location: Hotel Arctic Eden, Kiruna
Training long-term support during crises addressed to the staff in the service works with people in vulnerable situations, such as emergency services and local government POSOM groups, as well as to businesses, organizations and agencies that are planning a crisis support organization, according to AFS 1999:7.
Participation fee: 1600 SEK excluding VAT.
The fee includes morning and afternoon coffee, lunch, training materials and certificate of completion of training. Seating is limited.