Mental Wellbeing @ Work - What Managers Need to Know

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Course Summary

This practical and interactive 4- course is a must-do for anyone supervising or managing people and provides:
• Enhanced understanding of the more common mental health conditions
• Knowledge to identify “red flags” and confidence to be able to start a conversation with an employee regarding mental health
• Understanding of employer's rights and obligations to employees with known or suspected mental health issues – what to do and what not to do
• Appropriate actions an employer can take if the employee does not have the capacity for work, or is not meeting performance expectations
• Practical strategies and tools to assist with recovery at work
• Practical strategies and tools to assist with return to work following an absence for a mental health issue
• Understanding inherent requirements and the legal imperative to offer reasonable adjustments.
• Available support for you and your colleagues

Training will be conducted by National and State LiFE Award winner, Wendy French. Wendy is a Master Instructor who has presented Mental Health, Suicide Prevention and Suicide Bereavement training in various communities around Australia and has spoken and presented at various National and International conferences and forums.

Scheduled Course Dates

This course is offered 'on demand' or has variable costs and delivery features. Contact the Training Provider for further information and to enrol.

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