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Book your place now on new mental health leadership course

I’d like to tell you about an exciting new blended leadership course that the ETF ELMAG 3 programme is offering between now and late March. It’s called “Breaking the Rules: An affirmative approach to mental health leadership”. I know you have lots of demands on your time, but I also know that if you vist this MHFE website it's becuase you want to make a difference aroudn mental health and wellbeing, i.e. you want to lead change.  Well that's what this course is about.

Workforce Wellbeing - Working with the local of chamber of commerce

With this terms emphasis on workforce wellbeing RACC has developed a partnership with the Richmond Chamber of Commerce to co-create a workshop in work-life balance.

Engaging with employers on the subject of work/life balance has proved complex, in discussion with the chamber CEO we felt it most appropriate to offer a workshop for chamber members on work/life balance as a way to raise awareness amongst the local workforce of the reseach project we are undertaking.

Workforce Wellbeing- RACCs free course for staff benefit

RACC already provides opportunities for staff in its own existing benefits and these are promoted to staff through an internal employee benefits leaflet. One of the innovative aspects of this is allowing all staff to take part in one leisure course a year, having taken both drawing from scratch and life drawing in subsequent terms I can personally say it was very beneficial to have that 2 hours of space, focus and concentration in otherwise what is  a busy week.

Derby Adult Learning Service CLMHP

Welcome to the dedicated webpage for Derby Adult Learning Service (DALS) Community Learning Mental Health Pilot.

Latest from Mindful Employer

New! MINDFUL EMPLOYER Line Managers' Resource.

Includes contributions from line managers in a range of businesses and organisations, a foreword by Dame Carol Black, National Director for Health & Work and David Frost, Director General British Chamber of Commerce and comments from Dr Steve Boorman and others, as well as practical information and advice on:

Take Ten People (TTP): training materials

Archived resource

Part of the Take Ten People box set  and our  DIY CPD collection of resources that trainers can use to deliver training.

 This booklet includes practical CPD activities to support: 

Workforce equality in the North East: A resource pack to support the recruitment of people with experience of mental health conditions into further education

The development of this resource was funded by the LSC North East Equality and Diversity team. it comprises short activity based units and aims to improve the employment opportunities of people with mental health conditions in the region. It is designed for those with strategic responsibility for equality and diversity within the post-16 sector in the North East, including equality and diversity managers, HR directors, line managers and union representatives.

Working Well

We can support our learners most effectively and be positive role models if we look after our own mental health. The pack is about maintaining mental health as well as supporting those staff that have mental health difficulties. This  resource aims to raise awareness of issues and supports employers so they can develop good practice.
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