This course addresses the most common challenges that people managers are likely to encounter, from recognising the early warning signs of poor mental health to managing the complexities of workplace legal obligations around managing mental health.
This course addresses the most common challenges that workplaces are likely to encounter, from recognising the early warning signs of poor mental health to learning the skills in how to have the ‘difficult discussions’ with a co-worker about a mental health problem.
This session discusses a holistic and evidence-based workplace approach to reducing risk factors for stress or mental illness, where participants will be introduced to a variety of practical tools and strategies.
This seminar provides an overview of applicable laws, the impact of bullying, workers’ compensation claims and bullying, essential workplace policies and procedures, and intervention strategies.
Participants will learn core skills of PFA including simple psychological strategies and gain the confidence to help and support to co-workers affected by a trauma such as a workplace critical incident.
This program identifies risk factors associated with vicarious traumatisation, compassion fatigue and burnout within an organisational setting.
This program will provide participants with an understanding of:
common workplace mental illnesses
how an agent determines liability
barriers and how early intervention can assist with the management of workers with psychological injuries
practical workplace adjustments for psychological injuries
how to mitigate the risks of secondary psychological injuries
This advanced course will provide individuals and organizations with an in-depth understanding of evidence-based skills set to support individuals after a traumatic event has occurred using the RAPID response.