At March on Stress we pride ourselves on being the leading commercial TRiM training provider, a claim which is backed up by both the quality of our evidence-based material and the unrivalled operational experience of our qualified trainers.
To ensure the standard of our trainers and for TRiM Practitioners and TRiM Managers, March on Stress adheres to a set of TRiM Standards and Code of Conduct. To read these in full, please click here.
Georgina Godden, March on Stress Business Development Director, said: “I first experienced March on Stress TRiM training when I worked for the Police and was blown away by the quality of the training and the experience of the trainer. Now I am part of the March on Stress team I can see how that quality and credibility is achieved – by ensuring that all of our trainers have the relevant trauma experience at the frontline, combined with fantastic training skills.
“It is important to remember that attendance on a TRiM course qualifies delegates to practice TRiM but not to train it. If you want to be sure about the TRiM training your organisation is buying then please take a look at our standards and, if you are approached by a trainer who claims to have been trained by March on Stress then we are happy for you to contact us to check their credibility.”
As well as ensuring the quality of courses through well-researched content, backed by the latest scientific evidence, the March on Stress team of experienced trainers routinely receive great feedback from our delegates. Here are just some of the positive comments our trainers have received recently:
“Very good instructor who kept the attention of myself and the group”. (May 2015)
“Thank you so much! You are a superb trainer and just love your stories and humour”. (May 2015)
“Both people delivering the course did a fab job, using life experiences to make it interesting. Thank you.” (April 2015)
“Professional but very approachable instructors.” (April 2015)
Our training is also compliant with the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and our courses enable delegates to complete a BTEC qualification in Trauma Risk Management.
For more on our training credentials, and the psychological health services we offer, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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