This course teaches how to identify potential mental health problems and how to respond without causing friction or making matters worse. Importantly, the course focuses on the problems most likely to arise in the workplace (anxiety, depression, and psychosis), and the way they’re most likely to manifest themselves.
How To Best Recognize And Respond To Mental Health At WorkDuration: Up to 60 minutes, self-pacedAround 1 in 5 people suffer from mental health problems in a twelve-month period. That applies to everyone in your workplace – your staff, your colleagues, your boss, your customers, and yes, even you. The research shows that there’s both a human cost and a business cost as result of this. This often results in troubled relationships, both at work and at home, increased sick leave, anxiety, depression, dissatisfaction, and reduced productivity. You can't change those facts, but you can ensure that you and your colleagues are equipped to identify and respond appropriately, to minimise the impact on the individual, the team and the business.The key is to get to it early. A poor or delayed response to a mental health risk is detrimental. On the other hand, the research shows that when we act quickly and appropriately, we get better results. In short, by learning how to recognize the early warning signs and to respond to them appropriately, you can avoid more serious problems altogether.Designed by the Psychology Faculty of the Workplace Mental Health Institute, this workplace mental health course teaches just that. It shows you how to recognize the signs that someone may be becoming unwell, and how to respond in such a way that encourages the person to seek help before it gets worse.
- Address unhelpful attitudes and reduce stigma by exploring how common are mental health problems.
- Appreciate different perspectives on mental health and engage more effectively with people by understanding their frame of reference.
- Identify the early warning signs of mental ill health in a colleague or themselves.
- Respond effectively to a colleague who may be developing a mental health problem.
- Know where to refer a colleague or themselves to get help with a mental health problem.
Format:This self-paced online course allows participants to access the training at a time suitable to them. Video modules of approximately 10 minutes each can be completed in one sitting or one at a time as desired. Participants complete short assessment quizzes at various points throughout the course, to test their knowledge and understanding.A certificate of completion is provided upon successful completion of the course.People who have bought this Mental Health Awareness course, have also bought Creating Personal Resilience
Who The Course Is For:
- Anyone wanting to know practical strategies and proven techniques to help other people in a mental health crisis
- Leaders and managers wanting to be able to respond to a mental health crisis
- Workplaces wanting to build the capacity and mental health responsiveness of their workforce
- All employees to create awareness of mental health issues
Have A Group?Group discounts apply.Key individuals at your organization can be allocated ´Manager´ status to track the progress of each participant through the program.Alternatively, this online course can also be provided to you in SCORM files to upload to your Learning Management System. Please contact us for a quote.
- What is a mental health problem? Details Unlimited
- IMHW-Module 1 Quiz Unlimited
- Different perspectives on mental health Details Unlimited
- IMHW-Module 2 Quiz Unlimited
- How common are mental health problems? Details 00:00:00
- IMHW-Module 3 Quiz Unlimited
- Signs & Symptoms of Depression Details 00:00:00
- IMHW-Module 5 Quiz Unlimited
- How do I respond if I am concerned? Details 00:00:00
- IMHW-Module 7 Quiz Unlimited