We are open Monday to Friday between 9.00am – 5.00pm. Isle Listen is not a crisis service and only offers planned interventions. Should you or someone you know be in need of immediate support outside of our office hours you should contact Manx Care’s 24 hour Crisis Response and Home Treatment Team on 01624 642860 or the Emergency Services on 999.

Isle Listen in the Workplace Isle Listen in the Workplace

The report also highlighted that the impact of COVID-19 was apparent, with almost half (48%) of employees feeling that their employer should do more to look after their employees’ mental health during the pandemic.

It is important that employers and their workforce know how to address mental health and wellbeing and support one another and our workplace-based training equips employers and their workforce with the knowledge, skills, and resources to recognise the early signs that someone may be struggling.

Our aim in the workplace

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 current limited offer open courses

For a limited time, you can book up to 6 employees onto the following courses being held before 31 March 2022, for just £10 per person.

Length

Half-day

Overview

This short course will help you understand how best to create an effective wellbeing culture in your workplace regardless of team or organisational size. According to the recent Deloitte report – “Mental health and employers – refreshing the case for investment”, their research showed that for every £1 spent on employee wellbeing, employers got £5 back.

Course Dates
Our courses are held in the morning from 9.00am – 12.30pm

Thursday 13 January 2022
Wednesday 9 February 2022
Wednesday 9 March 2022

Aimed at

Anyone who is in a supportive role, a Wellbeing Committee member or HR management role, and wishes to gain greater knowledge of potential wellbeing strategies and establishing them within your team or wider organisation.

Length

Half-day

Overview

In this short course you will learn about our emotional responses to change, and the challenges major change and life events present. The course will explore typical life events such as changing jobs, personal difficulties such as matrimonial or financial problems, death and illness, and how to successfully navigate these challenges. This course provides practical coping techniques for the workplace environment.

Course Dates
Our courses are held in the morning from 9.00am – 12.30pm

Wednesday 26 January 2022
Wednesday 23 February 2022
Wednesday 23 March 2022

Aimed at

Anyone interested in understanding how to support colleagues or team members who may react when experiencing major change in their lives.

Length

Half-day

Overview

This short course helps you to understand that major setbacks and the challenges created by living with uncertainty, ambiguity and rapid disruptive change, can often be difficult to overcome, and frequently, the shock can be difficult to process. With evidence-based skills and techniques, the course will help identify rigid behaviours and thinking patterns and explore practical approaches to challenge those unhelpful behaviours and develop a growth mindset to deal with the situation

Course Dates
Our courses are held in the morning from 9.00am – 12.30pm

Wednesday 21 January 2022
Wednesday 16 February 2022
Wednesday 16 March 2022

Aimed at

Anyone who is interested in managing their mental wellbeing during times of change, regardless of the size of those changes.

Our other mental health and wellbeing courses available upon request

Supporting IFGL to improve employee wellbeing

In 2018 IFGL decided to equip its 100 Line Managers, across three sites, with the knowledge and skills with how to effectively support its workforce where early signs of mental health issues might occur. To date, 99% of its managers have now taken part in Isle Listen’s vital mental health and wellbeing training.

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Our workplace training equips people with the knowledge, skills, and resources to recognise the early signs that someone may be struggling.

As a charitable initiative, we are entirely funded through the generous support of our local community which enables us to continue our vital work in schools, the workplace and community.

We want to remove the stigma around mental health by empowering everyone on the Isle of Man to feel emotionally and effectively supported with their mental health.