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Mental Health in the Workplace

4 hours

This mental health training course is designed for Line Managers and HR Managers.

Course content

  • An understanding of mental health
  • How do we define good mental health and poor mental health?
  • Why is it important to take care of our mental health?
  • Increasing awareness of mental ill-health in the workplace
  • Responding to mental ill health
  • Supporting members of staff experiencing mental ill health
  • The support available to Managers and staff
  • Self care

Course structure

Participants will learn through:

  • Mini lectures
  • Group discussion
  • Activities
  • Case study
  • Simulation

Following the course

Participants will have:

  • A greater understanding of mental health
  • Knowledge of what it means to have good or poor mental health
  • An increased alertness to the signs of mental ill-health in the workplace
  • An increased confidence to address difficulties and put support in place. 

Further information, pricing & availability

Please contact us to discuss how our training can best help you and to find out more about this and other courses.

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Help and Advice

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Testimonials & feedback

Really thorough and in depth. Plenty of time for questions and the case studies really helped

Mental Health in the Workplace Participant

Thank you for an informative and interesting workshop. I feel far more confident at supporting a colleague who might be upset or going through something difficult

Mental Health in the Workplace Participant

I hadn’t thought about how we could reach out to each other if we were worried, I’d always erred on the side of staying out of other peoples business. i now realise that to enquire about how someone is isn’t being nosy, it’s showing you care

Mental Health in the Workplace Participant

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