Our Learning and Development team offer workplace-based training to employers and their workforce, equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and resources to recognise the early signs of mental health episodes.
Workplace mental health awareness training is a key part of our wish to remove the stigma surrounding mental health and empowering employers and their workforce to feel emotionally and effectively supported with their wellbeing.
Our courses range from just 1 hour to a full day and are designed to enable people in the workplace to spot the early signs of a mental health issue, or help someone potentially struggling to manage their own mental wellbeing, even if it’s as simple as an ear to listen or acknowledging they’ve not seemed quite themselves lately.
Our current open courses
The following courses are available for anyone to attend
Gain an understanding of common mental health issues, and how to spot signs, along with learning skills on how to appropriately support and mange someone with mental health issues.
People in the workplace who have line management responsibilities & HR specialists.
Develop a supportive response to someone who is struggling with their emotional wellbeing and build confidence to be able to offer support and signposting options. The workshop identifies the clarity of your position as a first aider within strict boundaries and builds the support options for you so that you are never dealing with a situation beyond your training.
Application is available to anyone wishing to act in a supportive role (subject to completion of self-reflection questionnaire).
Provides an effective approach to help understand what happens physically when faced with challenges and how to support and build resilience for yourself and your colleagues.
People in the workplace
1 hour via webinar
Provides an introduction to the benefits of making connections, social interaction and supportive relationships in developing resilience and looking after mental wellbeing. This session is particularly suited to anyone who wants to learn how to manage worries about social situations.
Anyone who is interested in managing their mental wellbeing.
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