Bespoke Workplace Wellbeing Training Courses

Welcome to our workplace wellbeing training course programmes and workshop modules (a ‘Pick and Mix’ style approach). You can create your own course/workshop programme (with our without our help) and we can then turn them into bite-size modules and either tailor them into a day’s training or create short learning workshops to get the very best results for your organisation.

The range of topics is endless and we will design a course specifically suited to your requirements. If you’d like more information or to enquire about something that you’d like us to deliver for you contact us via our Make an Enquiry Form page to get in touch with us

Half-Day and One Day Courses

These are some of the Workplace Wellbeing Training, Half-Day and One Day, Courses we can deliver in your workplace or at an agreed venue. Or, if you prefer, we also have a range of workshop modules which you can choose from to create your own tailor-made training.

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This pyramid outlines the critical areas for an organisation to provide training and development for their employees to create a mentally healthy workplace. We have developed courses to support each of these areas as outlined below.

Managing Mental Health in the Workplace (one day)

⇒ Explore some of the more common mental health conditions and look at the relationship between stress, wellbeing and performance.

⇒ Promoting mental health and wellbeing and the prevention of mental ill-health in the workplace

⇒ Discuss current mental wellbeing challenges/barriers in the workplace and share experiences and good practice

 

Prevention, Intervention and Protection

 

⇒ Understand what mental health is and the cost to both the employer, employee and the wider community

⇒ Provide a broad understanding of common mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety and stress

⇒ How to spot the emotional; behavioural; and physical signs of mental distress in the workplace

⇒ Understanding stress in the workplace, recognise the signs and symptoms and how to differentiate between stress and pressure

⇒ How to minimise stress and poor mental wellbeing by utilising strategies for early prevention, intervention and protection

⇒ What a mentally healthy workplace looks like and how to work towards one

⇒ Legislation: An understanding of the Equality Act 2010, including reasonable adjustments

⇒ Improve confidence in how to start and conduct conversations around mental health in the workplace

Who should attend: Managers, Team Leaders and HR Officers

 

One day course for up to 12 people

Building Resilient Teams & Managing Stress (One-Day)

Improve the performance of individuals and teams to better able to deal with demands placed upon them professionally.

 

⇒ Understanding resilience and the key characteristics

⇒ Identify the strengths and development areas for your own resilience

⇒ Understanding the link between pressure, performance and stress and how this varies from person to person

⇒ How the body and brain respond to stress and effects of stress

⇒ Identifying causes and effects both at work and home

⇒ The six areas of HSE Management Standards for tackling stress at work and how to support your team’s wellbeing at work

⇒ Skills and techniques for workplace stress management including time management

⇒ Identify how you can build confidence by making the most of your team’s character strengths at work

⇒ Explain what purposefulness, adaptability, social support and confidence look like in the workplace

⇒ Action planning for stress management and improving resilience

Who should attend: Managers, Team Leaders, HR Officers

 

One day course for up to 12 people

Building Personal Resilience and Managing Stress (Half-Day)

Improve the resilience and mental wellbeing of individuals to enable them to work to their full potential

 

⇒ Understanding resilience and the key characteristics

⇒ Identify the strengths and development areas for your own resilience

⇒ Understanding the link between pressure, performance and stress and how this varies from person to person

⇒ How the body and brain respond to stress and effects of stress

⇒ Identifying causes and effects both at work and home

⇒ The six areas of HSE Management Standards for tackling stress at work

⇒ Skills and techniques for workplace stress management including time management

⇒ Action planning for stress management and improving resilience

Who should attend: All employees

 

Half-day course for up to 15 people

Workshop Modules Ideas

These are some of the workplace wellbeing training workshop modules we can deliver, which you can pick and mix from, to create bespoke training for your organisation. If there is a topic you would like us to cover which is not listed, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your requirements.

Distress at Work

Distress at Work

This topic aims to help participants, especially managers, recognise likely causes of workplace distress and take steps to deal with these.

Face to Face

Self-Harm

This topic aims to help participants understand self-harm, differences and connections between self-harm and suicide, understand risk factors and what support is out there.

Face to Face

Healthy Communication at Work

This topic aims to help participants improve the communication process and communication skills in the workplace.

Resilience

Resilience

This topic aims to help participants to understand and develop techniques to build personal resilience.

Face to Face

Depression

This topic aims to help participants understand the term ‘depression’, its effects, how it’s different to ‘low mood’ and to know where further help can be found.

Face to Face

Anxiety

This topic aims to help participants understand the nature of anxiety, to know the difference between anxiety and an anxiety disorder and explore the various types of anxiety.

Managing Change

Managing Change

This topic aims help participants identify common barriers to change and techniques in managing it.

Face to Face

Being Sensitive to Suicide

This topic aims to help participants understand why and how we should talk about suicide, identify indicators and signs, statistics in Scotland and where to find support and help.

Self Care

Self-Care

This topic aims to help participants understand the importance of self-care, how it can make you more effective, energetic and confident and that taking care of yourself shows others that they too need to put themselves first and not overextend or overwork.

Stress at Work

Stress at Work

This topic aims give participants an introduction to stress, why it’s a problem, some of the causes of stress and some ways to minimise the risks.

Face to Face

Attitudes, Stigma & Discrimination

This topic aims to help participants understand the role that stigma and discrimination play in mental health, to be aware of environments that can foster or reduce stigma, such as the workplace.