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On-Line blended learning system, improving mental health at work


 

Headtorch WORKS is a blended on-line learning system to improve mental health at work.
It combines TV style documentary using original drama with on-line content.  Face to face discussion groups take place at the end of each episode making it highly interactive and thought provoking.

Organisations benefit through:

Increased:
  • Awareness of mental health
  • Employee engagement at all levels
  • Productivity
  • Staff well-being
  • Legal Compliance – The Equality Act 2010
Reduced:
  • Absenteeism
  • Business costs
  • Training costs
  • Presenteeism

How does it work?

 

Original drama runs all the way through the programme with an anchor man to guide the participants.

Open and closed questions testing the knowledge of the participant as they work through the different exercises.

Downloadable tools can be used saved for future use.

There are 3 online Episodes that can be done to suit your timetable – stop and start when you like (your data will be saved).

To embed learning, 3 weeks are recommended between Episodes.  There are optional discussion groups after each Episode which are self directed and guided by downloadable notes.

Individual and organisational reports are available once the programme is completed.

Headtorch WORKS – proven results through academic evaluation and client feedback

"This stuff works, we know it does"

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