Mental health in the workplace training is mental health training specifically designed to help people attend and perform at work. Training courses are typically aimed at helping individuals build mental health awareness, to empower them to stay healthy. Training is designed to help managers understand their role in supporting mental wellbeing in the workplace. Training also exists to help individuals who want to become mental health first aiders to guide people in distress towards support.
Mental Health in the Workplace Training FAQs
Frequently asked questions
Most mental health in the workplace training is offered as part of a wider health and wellbeing programme. It is typically made available for all employees to sign-up for, if they feel it might benefit them. It can also be offered on a compulsory basis for managers to attend, as part of their training and development. Or for all the members of a particular team or department to attend together. Either way, it should be offered as something the organisation wishes to do to help people stay happy and healthy.
By educating and motivating employees to proactively look after their mental health, you can reduce stress, absence and presenteeism. Mental health issues are now a major cause of workplace absence and lost productivity, because people don’t know how to help themselves. Many existing benefits wait until they become sick to kick in. This is far more costly than mental health training to stop people developing poor mental health in the first place.
Yes. Depending on the particular challenges faced by your organisation, we can tailor one of our existing courses. We can even design a new course just for you. Many of our pandemic-related workshops and webinars were developed in partnership with our existing customers. They asked us to help educate employees starting to struggle with burnout, after juggling work and homeschooling. We also focus on anxiety about returning to the physical workplace after lockdown. Just let us know what topics you think you need help with.
By educating and motivating employees to proactively look after their mental health, you can reduce stress, absence and presenteeism. Mental health issues are now a major cause of workplace absence and lost productivity, because people don’t know how to help themselves.Request a call back to learn more
Benefits of working with us
Mental Health in the Workplace Training
Our training is delivered by qualified psychotherapists and psychologists
We give employees and managers the skills needed to make positive changes
By taking a proactive approach to mental health we help you reduce absence
Employees are more engaged when you show you care about their wellbeing