About this course
Recent events such as Russia’s attack on Ukraine, a looming recession, uncertain political leadership and the prolonged impact of the pandemic may have had, or will have, a detrimental effect on the mental and physical health and wellbeing of your employees. According to CIPD and Workday’s ‘People Profession 2022 UK and Ireland’ survey, only 55% of UK and 42% of Irish respondents rated their mental health as good or very good.
What is the purpose of this course?
Being proactive with mental health training is imperative in helping employees face mental health illnesses. Early intervention is essential when it comes to a mental health condition, largely due to the condition’s lack of physical signs. Those around us at work, who we spend most of our time with, are the most likely to spot these signs. However, trained employees are far more likely to be present and ready to offer help with warning signs than those who are not.
The standard rate of this course is €40 per staff member, however, depending on the number of staff you have, discounts may be available.
To discuss your training options or if you wish to discuss bespoke training needs regarding the inclusion of in-house documents in this eLearning programme, please contact Glen Bell – firstname.lastname@example.org
By the end of this course managers will understand:
What is meant by health and wellbeing
Why managing your team's health and wellbeing is important
Some causes of health and wellbeing problems
How managers can support their team
How to spot the signs of health and wellbeing issues
What to do if a member of your team is struggling
How to prepare for a sensitive conversation