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Did you know one in five Kiwis will experience mental illness at some point in their lifetime? That’s why building a mentally healthy workplace is important for your employees' wellbeing.
Through our mental health courses, our highly qualified facilitators will equip your organisation with the tools and resources to better manage stress and wellbeing in the workplace.
For more information on booking a course for your organisation, please register your interest and our friendly team will get in touch with you to discuss suitable options for your workplace.
Starting with Mental HealthFace-to-face 4 hours
Starting with Mental Health gives participants the knowledge and confidence to cope with colleagues, customers and whānau experiencing mental distress.
This four-hour course is a great introduction to learning about mental health, mental distress and mental illness and how this affects friends, whānau and colleagues.
Mental Health in the WorkplaceFace-to-face 7 hours
Mental Health in the Workplace develops an understanding of the mental health continuum and opens the conversation about mental health.
This seven-hour course builds on the knowledge you learn in our four-hour course and provides additional resources and tools for your organisation and team to better identify, understand, and manage mental health issues in the workplace.
Psychological First AidFace-to-face 7 hours
Psychological First Aid (PFA) is a simple, yet powerful way of helping someone in distress, so they feel calm and supported in coping with their challenges, whether it’s personal, work related or affects the whole community.
This seven-hour course is ideal for organisations who want to better equip their staff when dealing with stress, how to manage it and how to support our colleagues, friends and whānau who may experience distress, whether it’s in the workplace or at home.
Get in touch!
Reach out to our friendly team to discuss suitable options for your team.
Call 0800 RED CROSS (733 276) or email email@example.com.