Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing Training
Every day lost to work-related stress, depression, anxiety or serious mental health conditions carries a business cost.
- In 2016/17 stress, depression or anxiety accounted for 40% of all work-related ill health cases and 49% of all working days lost due to ill health in the workforce of Great Britain
- Approximately 12.5 million working days were lost in 2016/17 due to work-related stress, depression and anxiety (Source: Health and Safety Executive, November 2017)
- Mental ill health costs UK employers an estimated £34.9 billion each year – the equivalent of £1300 for every employee in the UK workforce (Source: Mental Health First Aid England, April 2018)
Productivity measures across national economies have captivated the attention of policy makers and leaders alike. Ultimately though, the source of productivity is down to the individual to get things done every day, and the evidence is clear: people perform better when they’re happy and supported.
Research over the past decade has focused on creativity, productivity, and the psychology of daily working life. Whether people are in a small start-up business or an established enterprise or organisation, studies show that people are more productive and creative when they have more positive emotions.
Mental health and wellbeing in a business setting are intrinsically linked yet many organisations still perceive them as separate areas.
Our aim is to provide a range of cost effective, flexible training workshops and talks for businesses to promote wellbeing in the workplace. These help to raise the level of health, wellbeing and engagement across the company, so that the business and its people can thrive.
- Implementing Wellbeing In The Workplace. For further information please see: Implementing Wellbeing in the Workplace
- Becoming A Workplace Wellbeing Champion. For further information please see: Becoming a Workplace Wellbeing Champion
- Strengthening Personal Resilience. For further information please see: Strengthening Personal Resilience
- Mental Health @ Work For Managers. For further information please see: Mental Health @ Work for Managers
- The Manager’s Role In Resilience. For further information please see: The Manager’s Role in Resilience
- Time, Energy & Focus – what to do and when to do it. For further information please see: Time, Energy & Focus
- Strengths and Confidence. For further information please see: Strengths & Confidence
- Mindfulness. For further information please see: Mindfulness
Core Mental Health:
- Mental Health Awareness. For further information please see: Mental Health Awareness
- Mental Health First Aid. For further information please see: Mental Health First Aid
- Youth Mental Health First Aid. For further information please see: Youth Mental Health First Aid
- Workplace Mental Health First Aid Half Day. For further information please see: Workplace Mental Health First Aid Half Day
- Workplace Mental Health First Aid One Day. For further information please see: Workplace Mental Health First Aid One Day
- Telephone Response (Callers in Crisis). For further information please see: Telephone Response Skills
- Suicide Prevention Training (ASIST). For further information please see: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
- safeTALK. For further information please see: safeTALK
- Mental Health Awareness for Sport and Physical Activity (MHASPA). For further information please see: Mental Health Awareness for Sport and Physical Activity
Course Brochure– please click for more details of each of our courses.
Comments from participants on our courses:
Mental Health Awareness:
“A real eye opener. Great awareness for a very important topic” Hargreaves Lansdown, June 2017
Mental Health First Aid:
“Hugely informative and interesting course which has answered many questions and filled gaps in my own knowledge and understanding” GKN Aerospace, Sept 2017
“The best in-work training I have attended! Well-informed, relatable, participatory teaching. I feel much more confident in dealing with mental health issues at work” BIMM Institute, April 2017
“I found the course incredibly useful. It has completely changed my understanding of mental health and how I would approach someone with poor mental health” Bristol City Council, February 2018
Mental Health@ Work for Managers:
“Do it! It will open your mind and make you more confident about looking for signals” “This is an eye opening workshop that will help you as a leader and as a person” Saint-Gobain, Sept 2017
“It’s critical for managers to understand the impact of mental health, this workshop provides useful insights on how to approach the issues” EDO, January 2018
“Would recommend attendance! Relevant, engaging and interesting” Hargreaves Lansdown, June 2017
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST):
“Amazing trainer. Highly recommended! Very thorough and informative. Catering to those with experience and without” Gloucestershire County Council, March 2017
We can also offer training on specific mental health issues such as personality disorder, psychosis, managing emotions and resilience.
We can run bespoke sessions to suit your business, tailoring the training to suit the needs of your organisation.
Our trainers understand what makes people tick from a psychological perspective; many are also trained counsellors or coaches. Our workshops are delivered with sensitivity, tact and diplomacy. Because of their background, our trainers know how to create a learning environment that feels safe and supportive, while still giving people the tools they need to live and work well.
Every £1 from our training revenue goes into our local services to support people in Bristol. Our services aim to contribute to mental and emotional wellbeing and to reduce stigma and discrimination. Bristol Mind aims to promote a positive view of mental health and provide services that are accessible, relevant and empowering to the people using them.
How to book
All of our courses can be delivered in-house and can be designed to meet the specific needs of your organisation or team. Please email email@example.com. Alternatively you can call 0117 980 0370 to discuss your requirements further.
Occasionally, we run open courses where anyone can attend. Please see our website for dates and times. If you would like to put your name on a waiting list for an open course (run by Bristol Mind) please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about future open training courses, please see the Upcoming Training Courses tab.