Managing Mental Health in the Workplace

Overview

Managers, supervisors and leaders need to know how to manage their employees’ mental health in the workplace to retain and support them. Previous knowledge of Mental Health First Aid is helpful on this course, but it is not a requirement.

We’ll Cover

  • What mental health and stress means to you and others
  • How to recognise mental health issues in employees
  • How to support employees with their mental health both in work, during and after a leave of absence
  • Non-judgmental listening, attitudes and beliefs
  • Developing a positive work culture around mental health

Benefits to You

This essential course will leave you feeling much more confident about having conversations about mental health in the workplace. Make your workplace a mental health-friendly place to be for everyone.

*Please note: the fees for this course includes a £5 charge for the official MHFA England workbook*

Course Location

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Location
Centre Supporting Voluntary Action Chelmsford
Burgess Well House, Coval Lane,
Chelmsford,
Essex,
CM1 1FW

Location Notes

Located in central Chelmsford opposite Halford House. Entry at side of the building past some grey gates. 5 minute walk from Chelmsford station and close to bus station. We strongly recommend using Park & Ride or for details of car parking see here.  If you choose to drive, use the postcode CM1 1TD for best satnav results.

Date/Time
7 October 2019
9:30 am - 1:00 pm

Categories

Bookings

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Ticket TypePriceSpaces
Bursary ticket - Uttlesford organisations with charitable status only£25.00
Statutory and Commercial Organisations£125.00
Voluntary and community organisations, towns and parish councils and CICs with less than £100,000 income pa£50.00
Voluntary and community organisations, towns and parish councils and CICs with over £500,000 income pa£100.00
Voluntary and community organisations, towns and parish councils and CICs with £100,000 - £500,000 income pa£75.00