Mental Health Awareness for Owners and Managers

Mental Health Awareness for Owners and Managers

As society increasingly recognises the many issues people face through mental health, so too are employers being faced with changing work practices and legislation with respect to the issue. As well as employers’ responsibility for their overall staff welfare, with the Health and Safety Executive recognising an employer’s legal duty to protect employees from stress in the workplace it is crucial that mental health, in all its forms, is something all managers and business owners understand.

What will you learn? 

Following on from your participation in our Mental Health Awareness course, you will look further into the responsibilities that managers and owners have with respect to the mental health of their staff, and explore ways to improve your workplace practice by learning:

Awareness of management responsibilities including appropriate legislation and standards. 

Appropriate and inappropriate workplace behaviours with respect to mental health, including issues of cultural diversity

Available schemes, toolkits, and pledges that are available for organisations to use to model their management of mental health in the workplace. 

A framework to audit their current provision for staff mental health and wellbeing  

The development of reviewable short and medium term staff actions plans

How much will it cost?

Society Matters cic is registered as a community interest company. Our profits are gift-aided to charity. As a social enterprise we pride ourselves on fair and affordable pricing.

To discuss your exact requirements for this specialist training and prices please get in touch today.

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