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Mental health awareness is becoming an increasingly important tool for effective management in the workplace. Managers need to be acutely aware of how mental wellbeing can impact their staff and how to effectively help employees when problems arise.
Our face to face mental health training for managers involves a one-day course designed to increase knowledge and confidence around mental health. It is an opportunity for delegates to explore and implement practical approaches within the workplace. This course is supported by West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN).
Why should your managers take this course?
- The Mental Health at Work: Managers course provides tangible outcomes and next steps which your organisation can implement immediately.
- Training videos and case studies are tailored towards specific industries so that they are relevant to your organisation.
- The course is non-prescriptive and provides managers with a range of tools to enable them to support their teams effectively whilst adhering to the Equality Act and workplace Health and Safety regulations.
- Return on Investment: For every £1 invested in mental health in the workplace interventions, organisations see an average return on investment of £5 (Deloitte 2020).
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Complete Stress Risk Assessments for their teams using the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Management Standards - Organisations with 5 or more employees are required to have risk assessments in place. This also includes stress risk assessments. The purpose of a stress risk assessment is to be proactive in identifying stress triggers and managing mental wellbeing within the workplace. The stress risk assessment is a helpful tool to aid early intervention and understand the sources of stress for an individual. You may also find that an individual’s stress is not being caused by the workplace itself but rather, personal worries brought into work.
- Understand how their behaviours may influence/affect team members during periods of stress e.g. organisational change - There will be different personality types within your workplace. This is a good thing but can also cause stress as people may perceive things and behave in different ways. Delegates will have the opportunity to think about different personality types in relation to the following; Time Management, Behaviour towards deadlines, Communication, Reaction to change, Thinking styles, Leadership style and Coping mechanisms.
Participants will also be able to:
- Define mental health and some common mental health issues including anxiety and depression
- Understand factors that affect mental health
- Spot the signs and symptoms of a mental health problem
- Feel confident in starting mental health conversations
- Take steps to improve their own mental health and wellbeing
- Identify and implement practical approaches to support colleagues experiencing mental ill health within the workplace
What to expect:
- Learning takes place through a mixture of presentations, group discussions and workshop activities. There are plenty of scheduled breaks throughout the day.
Everyone who completes the course will receive:
- A 'Mental Health at Work' training booklet to use for further reference
- A certificate of attendance
‘The full day line managers mental health training was very insightful. The course was expertly delivered with lots of time for discussion and also in an informal and enjoyable nature’
Rachel Smith, Senior Health Officer, Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation
Prices start from £1600 + VAT for group bookings (8 - 16 delegates)