Mental Health Awareness Training
Staff absence due to poor mental health costs employers up to £42 billion a year – and this figure continues to rise.
Can you afford not to have a mental health at work strategy?
30% of sick days are now due to mental ill-health
Approaching mental in the workplace
It’s well established that mental ill-health is now the leading cause of workplace absences. But few people – and in particular few boards – appreciate how serious the issue is.
On average, our research found a staggering 30% of all recorded sick days are related to mental health conditions. Given that fewer than one in ten employees feel comfortable confiding in their employer about the issue, it’s likely that this figure is itself significantly under-reported.
Our Mental Health Awareness and Mental Health First Aid training courses provide managers with a greater knowledge of mental health in the workplace, including how to spot the signs of mental health issues and help build confidence in having difficult conversations.
We’ve helped organisations such as Bradford Metropolitan District Council, the NHS and Post Office to reduce their HR costs and drive business performance through tailored solutions that combine our expert people, technology and data analytics.
Find out more about our training. Complete the form or call 0844 327 2293
Excellent facilitators who are experts in their field
Including role plays, quizzes and case studies
100% of managers found our courses valuable
Mental Health Awareness Workshops for Managers
Who can attend?
Anyone with people management responsibility who would like to gain greater knowledge and understanding about mental health in the workplace. Workshops are designed for up to 12 delegates.
- Improve manager confidence in talking about mental health at work
- Build capability of managers supporting colleagues experiencing mental health
- Enable a smooth transition back to work for those returning after long-term mental ill health
Mental Health First Aid Workshop (MHFA England accredited)
Who can attend?
Anyone with people management responsibility who would like to build on their knowledge about mental health in the workplace. Workshops are designed for up to 16 delegates.
- Give delegates a deeper understanding of issues that impact on and relate to mental health
- Provide the practical skills that can be used every day, including being able to spot the signs and symptoms of mental health issues and feel confident guiding people towards appropriate support
We’re working with AdviserPlus around mental health awareness; enabling line managers and equipping them with the tools they need to spot the early signs of distress.
Engagement, Talent and Learning Director at Post Office
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