Mental Wellbeing at Work

£12.00

Created for all staff to help make your workplace healthier and more productive.  Learners receive an understanding of managers how to maintain a healthy mindset alongside the stresses of work.  Certificate emailed on completion.

DURATION | 45 minutes

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MENTAL WELLBEING AT WORK

This online Mental Wellbeing at work course helps employees understand how to improve their own and colleagues mental wellbeing.  Employer can purchase the course and email it to staff to help create a healthier workplace.

In his book Good Reasons for Bad Feelings, evolutionary psychiatrist Randolph M. Nesse suggests that for mental wellbeing we need:

  1. Connections – ie friends, family, co-workers, community, sense of worth etc.
  2. Hope – in other words an optimism about the future or a general feeling that things will get better.

Without either of these two components our mental wellbeing may deteriorate. 

Helpful for staff working in low-risk workplaces.  The course is CPD-accredited and lasts approximately 45 minutes.   We explore how social connections and hope might be achieved within a work environment.  However, it may also be valuable for you to take some time to reflect on these concepts within your life beyond work. 

Key lessons are communicated in an engaging, clear and concise way.

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COURSE AIMS

This course aims to highlight simple, common sense, practical steps we can all take to improve workplace wellbeing and performance, by developing an understanding of:

  • mental wellbeing within a workplace context
  • how to take care of your own mental wellbeing at work
  • how you can support the mental wellbeing of colleagues
  • how managers and staff can work together towards a more mentally healthy workplace for all

COURSE CONTENT

UNIT 1 | Understanding mental wellbeing

In this first unit we explore the terminology around mental wellbeing. We also look at factors which can have both a positive and negative impact on your mental wellbeing at work.

UNIT 2 | Taking care of yourself

In this unit, we explore simple, achievable steps we can all take to improve our mental wellbeing.

UNIT 3 | Taking care of others

Having looked at ways you can enhance your own mental wellbeing at work, we now turn to how you might support your colleagues, including those who may be returning to work following absence due to poor mental health.

UNIT 4Online Mental Wellbeing Support

The Mental Wellbeing at Work course addresses some key aspects you should be aware of in terms of caring for your own mental wellbeing, as well as supporting the mental wellbeing of others.

There are many online sources available to support you in further developing your knowledge and understanding that are shared in this section

UNIT 5QUIZ

15 question multiple choice quiz to reflect on what you’ve learnt.  Achieve 80% or more to release the completion certificate.

CERTIFICATE

At the end of the online Mental Wellbeing at Work course there is a 15 question, multiple-choice quiz.  If learners demonstrate their understanding of course content by achieving a minimum score of 80%, we’ll email them their completion certificate.  If learners score less than 80%, they can revisit any part of the course and retake the quiz until they are successful. A posted certificate is available for £9.

MENTAL WELLBEING CERTIFICATE

MENTAL WELLBEING CERTIFICATE

IMPACT OF POOR MENTAL WELLBEING AT WORK

As the World Health Organization states – there is no health without mental health.

However, with one in three people saying that work causes them the most stress in life, it’s clear that the workplace – its environment and its culture – can have a major impact on our mental wellbeing, and therefore our overall health. At an organisational level, stress and poor mental health costs UK businesses between £33 billion and £42 billion a year through reduced productivity, high staff turnover and sickness absence.

Conversely, workplaces that promote mental wellbeing and support people with mental illness are more likely to reduce absenteeism, increase productivity and benefit from associated economic gains.

This online Mental Wellbeing for Work course provides and option to help boost the wellbeing of all employees in a sustainable way.


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