The KIM Software Team are looking forward to exhibiting at the 2022 Annual AUCSO Conference 29 – 31 March, the first face-to-face meeting since 2019. There is an exciting academic schedule lined up, complemented by evening networking opportunities. The Association provides a forum for its members to exchange knowledge, information and best practice relating to […]
KIM are excited to be exhibiting at the Health and Wellbeing @ Work Conference, being held on 15-16 March 2022, in the NEC, Birmingham. This is the UK’s largest event dedicated to improving the health, wellbeing, safety, behavior and culture of today’s workforce. Our team will be there to talk about our innovative, thoughtfully developed […]
Last week KIM were proud to be exhibiting at the Emergency Services Show. The ESS, the UK’s leading event dedicated to transforming our emergency services, returned to the NEC for their annual show, and KIM were situated in the Wellbeing Zone, talking about our new Wellbeing Platform. Our new cloud hosted, web-based application has been […]
This Month’s topic for discussion is ‘Fatigue’. Our key emergency service representatives and speakers will include Andy Rhodes (Oscar Kilo), Gavin Thomas (Team Police), Daniel Potts (Healthwatch) and NIck Archer (NHS).
This week Essex Police had, what we believe is, the largest free-roam VR training system in the UK as part of our demonstration with technical partners Antilatency and TESLASUIT. Essex Police have the AVRT system on trial for the next few months where they are assessing VR usage within the firearms training area to help […]
Trying to turn rhetoric into reality along with our expert and knowledgeable speakers, to include Chief Constable Andy Rhodes – National Lead for Wellbeing and Engagement. In each webinar we will discus the important issues around this emotive subject and the possible digital solutions. Our monthly webinar details will be posted on our social media […]
Following the PEEL Reports, ahead of the Police Covenant for England and Wales and the re-defined HMIC inspections, we take a look at the management of staff wellbeing and mental health within the UK Emergency Services.
The Emergency Services Times ran an article, in their November issue, on the AVRT Platform following increased interest and awareness of the benefits across UK Police Forces and the Study in place at the Derbyshire Force.
AVRT were back on the road last week for socially distanced demos and were kindly hosted by the Civil Nuclear Constabulary up in scenic Cumbria and then on to Hull, overlooked by the impressive Humber Bridge, where Humberside Police were also fantastic hosts. It was great to see Officers, Firearms Instructors and also L&D and […]