We offer bespoke training workshops to suit the needs of your organisation. Currently, the Mental Wellbeing at Work and Health and Disability Awareness training is CPD Accredited, meaning that delegates can use the training towards their continued professional development and will receive a certificate of attendance.

Workshops are for a maximum of 12 delegates and we are willing to discuss what type of training package would best meet the needs of your employees/managers. It may be that you are looking to enhance awareness of mental health amongst line managers to improve productivity generally, or are looking for more specific awareness training to improve specific condition knowledge for employees working with a particular client group.

All workshops follow the TAP certification structure making them more engaging and full of exercises and discussions allowing delegates to learn through doing rather than a ‘death by powerpoint’ approach.

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Mental Wellbeing at Work

  • AUDIENCE

    Typically line managers or HR professionals, but is suitable for anyone responsible for supporting employees within the organisation. Bespoke services are also available which can be delivered to all staff with less of a focus on line manager duties.

  • AIM

    Improve confidence and understanding of mental wellbeing generally so that employees can be better supported in the workplace, increasing satisfaction, engagement and ultimately improving productivity and retention.

  • MODULES AVAILABLE

    • Overview of mental health including statistics, exploration of perceptions to help reduce stigma
    • Overview of common mental health conditions to include mood disorders (depression, bipolar), anxiety disorders (OCD, panic disorder, PTSD, generalised anxiety disorder, phobias), schizophrenia, personality disorders and eating disorders
    • Recognising warning signs and how/when to respond
    • Managing pressure and stress and how this impacts on wellbeing and performance
    • Practical tools and techniques for supporting mental wellbeing in the workplace e.g. having the initial conversation with employees, being ‘PC’, creating a climate to support mental wellbeing, boundaries and remit of a managers role, managing absence and return to work, managing performance
    • Employment law and reasonable adjustments in practice
    • Action planning and next steps
    • Signposting to further resources

Health & Disability Awareness

  • AUDIENCE

    Specifically useful for line managers, however all employees would benefit from the training to reduce stigma, enhance confidence and enable individuals to be proactive rather than reactive in their support for one another.

  • AIM

    Providing the tools and confidence to approach and support individuals with a health condition or disability in the workplace.

  • CONTENT

    • Better understanding of what is meant by the term ‘disability’
    • Dispelling myths surrounding disability
    • Gain awareness of some of the most common disabilities/health conditions
    • Consider the impact of barriers faced by individuals with a disability
    • Understanding the legal requirements and responsibilities as an employer
    • Developing and implementing reasonable adjustments
    • Where to go for further support

    Handbooks with resources would be made available at an additional cost. Half and full day workshops available. Bespoke training options to tailor to the needs of your organisation can also be discussed.

Developing Resilience

  • AUDIENCE

    Workshops can be delivered to management or employees, either separately or together dependent on the reason for the training. It can be useful for the whole team to work together with the manager to explore pressures and ways of coping with these.

  • AIM

    To provide delegates with an understanding of their current level of resilience and ways they can develop this further within the work environment.

  • MODULES AVAILABLE

    • Understanding the relationship between stress, pressure and wellbeing
    • Exploration of current levels of resilience using a combination of assessment tools and group activities
    • The core ingredients for resilience and ways of developing these in the workplace
    • Development of tools which will help maintain resilience and a healthy lifestyle
    • Action planning so that delegates are clear on their development areas and how to progress after the workshop

Surgery

  • CONTENT

    • Bespoke support provided to organisations to allow managers to discuss complex situations with employees and gain advice and guidance (which may include signposting) to issues surrounding employment law, managing mental health conditions, managing performance etc.
    • Option of telephone or face-to-face support on site
    • Ad hoc service may be more appropriate