This FREE two part e-learning course builds upon the subjects covered in the 'Wellbeing at Work - A Guide for Employees' training and is aimed specifically at managers and senior leaders, providing additional information for supporting staff wellbeing in the workplace.
Running over two half days, these sessions provide a comprehensive introduction to Trauma Informed Practice and have been developed for professionals working with adults or families impacted by trauma. The course draws on current research and explores emotional distress by considering the meanings that are given to the experiences we have.
The Stress Buster e-learning course provides an introduction to stress by examining its effects and how it can influence the way we think, feel and behave. The course provides practical tips and advice about how to manage and control stress as well as information about further help and support.
The Mental Health Awareness e-learning course will help you to gain awareness of common mental health problems and outline practical tools for managing your own wellbeing and support others. Useful information and signposts to local and national mental health support is also provided.
The Skills for Being Well in Adversity course has been developed to provide individuals with a range of practical tools and strategies to help them manage their mental and physical wellbeing. The course is suitable for anyone wanting to learn more about self-care, is struggling with feelings of distress or who works with people who are in crisis.
The Improving Sleep e-learning course provides an introduction to sleep by examining the benefits of good sleep as well as examining common sleep problems. Practical suggestions for improving sleep are provided as well as information about further help and support that is available.