Training Style

In House, Virtual, Face to Face

Certificates and Handouts


Expected Learning Outcome

  • Promotes a mentally safe and healthy workplace
  • Reduces stigma and prevents discrimination
  • Encourages employees to look after their own mental health
  • Reduces risks associated with poor mental health, including suicide
  • Enhances employee wellbeing, leading to increased productivity and reduced absenteeism amongst staff

Mental health problems are a growing public health concern; They are prevalent not just in the UK, but around the world. Give your staff a clear picture of both positive and problematic mental health so that they can start taking care of their own mental health and the mental health of their co-workers. UK workplaces have a clear role to play in the management and understanding of mental health concerns, both as potential contributors to emotional stress, and also in terms of the benefits businesses seek to reap if they can sustain a mentally healthy workforce.

These benefits include reduced worker’s compensation claims, enhanced productivity, reduced presenteeism, reduced absenteeism, and higher staff retention rates. We will educate on why mental health is important – common causes, signs and symptoms of mental illness and the part that stress has to play. We also discuss the importance of early intervention and how to recognise when help is needed.

Who is this training for?

This training is a must for any professional working with children or young people and their families, parents or carers. It’s suitable for various settings and either group or 1:1 dynamics.

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