KRTS International Ltd


KRTS International Ltd works at the sharp end of mental health – managing acute situations and traumatic events.

In your workplace, you could be routinely faced with violence, aggression, accidents, crime or the escalating challenges of public-facing work.

Because of this, you may need to build emotional resilience in yourself, your team or your organisation.

We provide a range of digital, blended and face-to-face training courses and educational resources. These were developed to not only build personal resilience but also to give understanding and tools so that you can help yourself after an incident and / or provide support to colleagues.

Our Solutions:
• Are scalable and provide the right support to the right person at the right  time
• They educate employers and employees in how to be psychologically resilient
• They create a cultural change around wellbeing
• Address stigma
• Are cost effective

Key Facts

A psychological crisis, trauma or major incident tends to be the causal factor of a high percentage of mental health issues. And the impact extends like a thread through the fabric of our society. The link between psychological trauma and family breakdown, drug and alcohol abuse, homelessness, violence, suicide, poor physical health, and crime is well established.

A study by the World Health Organization (WHO) found that up to 80% of people with mental health issues don’t seek treatment.  One in six people in the EU, or more than 84 million people, are affected by mental health issues. In the UK alone Mental Health cost the NHS £173 billion (€200 billion) in 2022/2023

The overall waiting list for NHS mental health care has been reported to stand at around 1.2 million people (2023).  Lost productivity due to mental ill health in the WHO European Region accounts for costs of US$ 140 billion per year. Presenteeism (the lost productivity that occurs when employees are not fully functioning in the workplace because of ill health) costs three times more than sick leave. 69% of UK line managers say that supporting employee wellbeing is a core skill, but only 13% have received training in this. Care and support for staff (i.e. organisational culture) are now top of candidates’ wish lists when choosing an employer.

It goes without saying that Covid-19, conflict, climate change concerns, and the cost of living crisis have severely tested emotional resilience on a wide scale. Pre-existing mental health issues have been exacerbated, and new issues have emerged. When stress is high, resilience is needed and mental health is perceived to be more important than ever.  The google search for resilience is 4.1 billion compared to 66.7 million last year

Many organisations and end users are scrutinising how they tackle this subject, requiring more efficiency and effectiveness, and fewer challenges and waste. Many suspect their strategies were missing ‘something’ or don’t know where to start due to lack of understanding. This can make employers leave everything to their EAP or Wellbeing/HR department.

Additionally, as mental health is now firmly on workplace agendas, sadly “experts” have also taken advantage of this lack of knowledge by providing interventions that do not meet need or professing that one size fits all! This can leave organisations with a disjointed, confusing wellbeing strategy with one stop solutions.

Successes in UK/NHS

We currently work with several NHS Trusts and provide a range of different services including bespoke commissioned training, and educational tools for both the workforce and clients. Each Trust approached us directly because of our substantial expert knowledge in crisis and trauma, our approach to strategy and our agility to deliver. Our NHS customer retention is high, and they regularly approach us for advice and consultation. We are known across many NHS Trusts for delivery of our training courses, and individual members of staff attend as delegates with the support of their managers. We applied for the NHS Northwest Excellence in Supply 2020 with one of our NHS customers (Wigan Wrightington and Leigh NHS Trust Foundation) and were delighted to be picked as a Finalist. Our most recent NHS commission (2023) is for one of our educational tools to be used as an initiative to reduce waiting lists for a Sexual Assault and Rape Centre. Other UK customers also include Tesco, G4S, and The Salvation Army.

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Enabling self-care

Improving quality & efficiency


Mental health

Triaging and Patient flow management

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Funding Status

Not seeking funding

Markets already exporting to

USA, UK, Norway, Dublin

Desired Markets

Our services can be translated into another language and/or culture, although they are currently delivered in the English language, but we are open to any conversations.

Desired customer types

Although our services cut across all sectors, we would like to consider organisations that are more at risk of experiencing crisis and trauma. These include hospital staff, government health systems, private health. Retail and security sectors are also markets we would like to access.

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