The International SOS Foundation has designed a new virtual training course entitled Workforce Wellbeing.
Mental health and Wellbeing have become one of the biggest challenges for employees and employers. As many workers struggle to manage an evolving work dynamic amidst a global pandemic, organisations must prioritise Wellbeing to avoid a decline in productivity and prevent burnout.
This course provides individuals and leaders responsible for Wellbeing within their respective organisation, with the competencies necessary to plan, design and deliver best in class programmes. Addressing questions such as: how to develop a framework for Wellness/Wellbeing, how to uncover the right gaps, how to ensure that a programme evidence based, how to measure success and best report on Wellbeing within your organisation.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
All individuals wishing to develop or enhance competencies in understanding the methodology behind an effective workforce Wellbeing programme: Medical, Human Resources, Health and Safety professionals, etc.
- The evolution of workforce Wellbeing.
- Roles and responsibilities of those managing the Wellbeing of their global workforce.
- The framework of a workforce Wellbeing programme.
- Mental health risks and the connection to Wellbeing.
- The data and reporting metrics necessary to support the improvement and evolution of workforce Wellbeing.
- The connection of workforce Wellbeing to compliance and Duty of Care.
- Action planning.
Upon successful completion of a course, participants will be awarded a CPD accredited certificate.
The training will take place in a live, virtual classroom where the trainers will guide participants through the subject in an interactive learning format. Participants will acquire the skills through presentations, discussions and exercises. Participants will be encouraged to ask questions and discuss their real-life examples so that they can apply learnings in their work immediately after the training.