Managing with Mental Health in Mind
Information and Booking
Trainer: Laura Rigden, Charlotte Wiseman Ltd
Cost: Internal, no charge. Please check our cancellation fees before booking.
Duration: 1x4-hour session (09:30-13:30) & 1x2-hour follow up session
Format: Online/In Person (see details below)
23 May & 11 June (Online)
Accessibility: Please notify us of any requirements you may have in the "Special Instructions" box on ICIS.
Managing with Mental Health in mind is a two-part course aimed at staff with management, supervision or leadership responsibilities. It will challenge stigma and give leaders the practical tools to spot signs of ill health. Our proactive approach to mental health aims to stop illness and enable early intervention.
This promotes quicker recovery for the individual, limits the impact of ill health on the College and helps employees be the best they can be. Upskilling yourself in this way boosts resilience, promotes engagement, and enhances staff loyalty.
Who is it for?
This course is aimed at managers and those who have supervisory responsibilities. If you are not a manager or supervisor but would like to attend the course, feel free to get in touch, and we will try to accommodate you.
To better prepare you for this course, it is recommended that you attend Mental Health First Aid Half Day training.
This is a two-part course split over two days. To avoid a cancellation charge, you must attend both parts.
- What is mental health, and how can we promote positive mental health at work
- How to identify triggers & symptoms of low mental health and common mental illnesses
- The ALI model to have confident conversations around mental health, supporting individuals & directing them to appropriate professional support
- Roleplay, group activities & case studies to practice skills learnt
- Tips on managing when someone is signed off work, including return-to-work interviews, reasonable adjustments, ongoing support & advance statements
- Confidence in managing confidentiality, promoting diversity and inclusion and maintaining healthy boundaries when supporting someone unwell