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17th June Stress and Mental Health First Aid Training Session Just £99

5 Jun

Find out how you can equip your workforce to deal with stress and Mental Health related conditions

mental-health

Corporate Health is holding a 3 hour Mental Health First Aid Lite introduction training taster event at our Slough based facility on 17th June (9am to 12 noon) for just £99 + VAT per person.   To register your place at this event, email nicole.martin@corporatehealth.co.uk

Research shows that anxiety, stress and depression were responsible for the most UK sick days (c. 70 million days every year) from 2001 – 2008. The cost of mentalillness to UK business is huge , with the latest figures showing a £30.3 billion loss, which equates to £1,206 per employee who has not been supported with mental health issues. By introducing Mental Health First Aid training into the workplace, businesses will be creating a healthier workforce and making a potential cost saving.

Corporate Health is now offering the internationally recognised and accredited MHFA training to UK organisations who are leading the way in understanding, identifying and supporting the need for good mental health in the workplace. The training will educate people to spot the first signs of mental illness and give them the knowledge and confidence to help those in distress.

Please join us on this  effective taster session ….

Mental Health training benefits and further information.

More information about our partnership with MHFA England.

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Mental Health First Aid Training Session Just £99

20 May

Find out how you can equip your workforce to deal with stress and Mental Health related conditions

mental-health

Corporate Health is holding a 4 hour Mental Health First Aid Lite introduction training taster event at our Slough based facility on 17th June (9am to 12 noon) for just £99 + VAT per person.   To register your place at this event, email nicole.martin@corporatehealth.co.uk

Research shows that anxiety, stress and depression were responsible for the most UK sick days (c. 70 million days every year) from 2001 – 2008. The cost of mentalillness to UK business is huge , with the latest figures showing a £30.3 billion loss, which equates to £1,206 per employee who has not been supported with mental health issues. By introducing Mental Health First Aid training into the workplace, businesses will be creating a healthier workforce and making a potential cost saving.

Corporate Health is now offering the internationally recognised and accredited MHFA training to UK organisations who are leading the way in understanding, identifying and supporting the need for good mental health in the workplace. The training will educate people to spot the first signs of mental illness and give them the knowledge and confidence to help those in distress.

Please join us on this  effective taster session ….

Mental Health training benefits and further information.

More information about our partnership with MHFA England.

 

Free Educational Event – Dyslexia in the Workplace – Tuesday 14th May

3 May

If this impacted one of your employees

would you know exactly what to do?

Dyslexia

Come and learn more about it form dyslexia experts and our clinical team. For more information on our free training event Dyslexia in the workplace go to our info page

http://www.corporatehealth.co.uk/PDF/Dyslexia_in_the_Workplace_event_May_2013.pdf

  • As an HR Professional, do you understand about Dyslexia in the Workplace and what your responsibilities are?
  • If one of your employees was underperforming, but you subsequently discovered that they were dyslexic, would you know what measures to put in place to help them?
  • Have a look at the case study part 1 and then part 2
  • Dyslexia is a much-misunderstood condition. We need to help raise awareness of dyslexia and ensure that both employees and employers understand the unique gifts and talents associated with the dyslexic thinking/learning style and how to use these talents to the mutual benefit of both parties. Research has shown that unfortunately some HR departments are not aware of their responsibilities towards their dyslexic employees and may fall foul of the Equality Act, which may lead to an employer being taken to an Employment Tribunal, a very expensive and time consuming process. With the expert help and guidance, then the need to resort to litigation can be obviated and practicable solutions can be put in place.