Wellbeing and Stress Management training

Our wellbeing/stress management trainings are based on the principles of CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), the most widely practised and effective psychological approach in use today.

The key skills delegates on the wellbeing/stress management programmes will learn are:

  1.     Understanding the different ways stress affects us

  2.     Recognising early warning signs of stress

  3.     Replacing stressful thinking with empowering thinking

  4.     Building physical resilience to stress

  5.     Time management and personal organisational skills

  6.     Develop a healthy work/life balance

  7.     Creating a personalised well-being programme

Sickness Absence Training

Sickness absence cost UK businesses and organisations over £13 billion in 2010. Training managers effectively can both prevent staff from going off sick and reduce the length of time staff if they do take sickness absence.

The core skills that delegates on the sickness absence management programmes will learn are: 

  1.     Understanding workplace stress and how it affects us

  2.     Creating a workplace culture that reduces stress

  3.     Spotting key indicators that an employee is at risk of

     going off sick       

  1.     How to manage and support the “at risk” employee

  2.     How to manage and support an employee who goes off

     sick

  1.     Managing the impact of sickness absence on the rest of

     the team .     

Trauma Support Training

In some organisations, because of the nature of the work, employees run the risk of being caught up in traumatic incidents but many managers feel deskilled and out of their depth when faced with a traumatised employee. Our trauma support training programme offers a comprehensive guide to post trauma support enabling you to reduce staff stress and sickness absence.

The course covers the following core areas:

  1.     Understanding how trauma affects people

  2.     Learning the key trauma support skills and strategies

  3.     Understanding how normal recovery works

  4.     Recognising when an employee has developed long term post traumatic reactions

  5.     How to refer an employee on to specialist help when you need t