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Introduction to Mental Health

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Head Start is an introduction into workplace mental health.

A 30 minute televisual on-line learning programme taking you into the world of mental health at work.

Hear expert commentary and lived experience; learn the essentials and practical tips.

Delegates Learn:
– What is mental health?
– Why is it important?
– Mental fitness – what is it?
– Spotting signs of a colleague struggling & what to do
– Support options
– The Health & Safety Executive’s 6 Management Standards of Stress
– Words – the good, the bad, and the impact

 

 

 

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