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Headtorch AWARE – workplace mental health for Line Managers.

Understand mental health & know why it’s important.

Know the business and legal implications – stay compliant with the law.

Be able to spot the signs of a colleague struggling

Feel confident to have supportive conversations

Know that to do, the support options and how to access these

 

 

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Headtorch Aware is a really practical, hands on solution for Line Managers wanting to  learn about workplace mental health.

De-mystify and gain awareness of workplace mental health and wellbeing

Develop understanding of how to use the Health & Safety Executive’s 6 Management Standards for stress

Delivered face to face or in virtual classrooms

 

 

“It has given me simple yet effective tools to start conversations and build confidence and trust.”

Line Manager, Engineering Manufacturing Company - Headtorch AWARE delegate

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