To support organisations’ drive to improve the wellbeing of their staff, we have put together training packages aimed to upskill employees in supporting each other and a webinar series focussed on individual reflection of their health needs.

Training

We can help your teams, line managers and HR to understand the impact a long term condition can have on getting back into the workplace. We help your people to understand long term conditions from the perspective of work.

Our training sessions are informative and practical, enabling your staff to have the space to discuss their concerns and learn how to help their colleagues.

We have many ‘off the shelf’ training sessions available. We also design solutions tailored to an organisation’s needs.

Typical requests for training focus on:

  • Return to work planning integrating phased return with symptom management
  • Health and wellbeing action planning tailored to work
  • Understanding symptoms that people with cancer and long covid experience and how they can be supported to return to work when ready

  • How to talk about returning to work, myth-busting and boundary management
  • Understanding how the different support available through corporate wellbeing schemes link together, e.g. Mental health champions, EAP schemes, PMI, GIP and wellbeing offerings

Webinars

We provide webinars on mindfulness, sleep, emotions, stress and burnout, activity snacking, energy-boosting, back care at work and breathing. We also design webinars on request so that organisations can add to their suite of wellbeing tools.

Since the start of the covid pandemic, we have been providing regular, free mindfulness sessions called Elevenses to anyone who would like to attend. These 20 minutes, live, online sessions have various topics covered and always include active engagement and reflection.

The Team delivering webinars are all clinicians and have experience in supporting people through health behaviour change. This means that your staff will have a unique opportunity to talk things through with someone ‘in the know’.

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