Workplace Mental Health Business Model
We developed our business model for Workplace Mental Health as a guide for what is ideally “best practice” and whilst this is not always possible, that is why P.I.P.R becomes such an essential element of the model, combining theory with reality, and pulling everything together.
It must be remembered that Mental Health is individual, there is no ‘one cap fits all’ solution to Training people in the subject of Mental Health and as such all of the courses and workshops developed by us, have been so with flexibility in mind.
Therefore we have only listed a handful of courses below, most of which can be adapted to a point. Should any of our current options not meet your specific needs, please do Contact Us, listing what your specific requirements are and we can then arrange a call or meeting to discuss this further with you, with an aim of providing something more bespoke.
Stress and Resilience
Everyday we all face a wide variation of Stressors, some of which can lead to positive behaviours and outcomes, whereas the majority when left to build up inside of us, can lead to negative behaviours and outcomes of varying seriousness. This is also linked to someone’s Resilience and how Resilient they are, with their ability to better manage awkward situations OR whether they have a smaller or larger Stress Container, with the person having a larger Stress Container better managing difficult life events as it doesn’t fill up as quickly, compared to someone who has a smaller container, therefore being less Resilient.
There is a paper exercise that you can do relating to the Stress Container, which is very self reflective and helps you to not only identify your own Stressors, but also what healthy coping strategies that work for you specifically. Download your Stress-Container-Exercise to print out and work through.
Prior to investing in any Mental Health training, we cannot recommend enough, that you have a clear and concise plan of what you need, what you wish to achieve, what budget you have and how you are going to implement the training, once it has been delivered? It is a recurring theme currently, where businesses have invested in an MHFA Adult course for example and have as yet answered the question, which we put to everyone, “What next?”.
360 Wellbeing have a great selection of highly qualified Military Veteran Trainers who are unique, as they have personal experiences of Mental Health, which provides an added depth and value to the training you receive, ask someone who has completed some Mental Health training and they will tell you.
A key element of our services is the flexibility we provide and an ability to design Workshops, Courses and Programs based upon your specific requirements. However, we have put together the below workshops which we believe to be relevant and great examples of what we do:
SME Mental Health Awareness Workshop
Through providing you with a better understanding of Mental Health, the impact it has on a business, the different illnesses, signs and symptoms, you will have the ability to prevent poor Mental Health from having such an impact on your business, your employees or more importantly to yourself.
You will also learn how to be more self-aware of your own Mental Health, identify tools, techniques and coping strategies, so you have the confidence to better manage any symptoms.
MHFA Champion - Half Day
This provides a better understanding of Mental Health combined with the necessary skills to recognise possible signs and symptoms in themselves or others, the confidence to initiate a conversation at the appropriate time, empowered to provide the right information to someone in need and hold relevant skills to be an effective listener, liaising with a qualified Mental Health First Aider where necessary.
for up to 16 people
Mind Health Ambassador
This one-day course provides a better understanding of Mental Health combined with the necessary skills to recognise possible signs and symptoms in themselves or others, the confidence to initiate a conversation at the appropriate time, empowered to provide the right information to someone in need and hold the relevant skills to be an effective listener, liaising with your qualified Mental Health First Aider where necessary.
A large part of the workshop is based around Active listening, Rapport building, Communicating effectively and Perceptions, all of which are essential when initiating conversations and interacting with individuals demonstrating some symptoms of mental ill health.
for up to 16 people
Mental Health First Aid MHFA - Adult Two Day
Our Adult MHFA Two Day courses are backed by MHFA England and qualifies you as a Mental Health First Aider. Mental Health First Aiders gain;
- An in depth understanding of mental health and the factors that can affect wellbeing
- Practical skills to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues
- Confidence to step in, reassure and support a person in distress
- Enhanced interpersonal skills such as non-judgemental listening
- Knowledge to help someone recover their health by guiding them to further support – whether that’s self-help resources, through their employer, the NHS, or a mix
The course content combined with the various facilitated discussions can be somewhat challenging to some at times, so please bare this in mind and should you have any concerns during your course, the Trainer is well placed to provide any necessary support that might be required.
for up to 16 people
Never underestimate the power that a professional, well laid out presentation, consisting of the relevant information, presented by an experienced and charismatic presenter, can have on anyone. It can really be the difference between gaining the buy-in of senior management and/or employees, both of which are of equal importance. Without the management signing off on a Workplace Mental Health program, it will fizzle out very quickly. Equally, if the management back the project and yet the employees do not get involved themselves, then it will result in a failure to gain a return on investment. It really does take for everyone to get involved, for any Mental Health actions to be of any real effect.
Considerations For Workplace Mind Wellness
Aimed at business owners, CEO’s, Managers and HR Managers/Staff, where we concentrate on the facts and figures associated with workplace mental health, looking at the projected cost per employee, statistics associated to business costs relating directly to poor mental health and how savings can be made with a minimal investment in employee wellbeing.
Client Specific Presentations
Is there a bespoke and specific topic or subject that you would like to be created and presented on your behalf? Simply provide us with the subject matter, what the main aim of the presentation is and any key points that you would like to be delivered and we will do the rest.