This online course is designed to teach participants about the importance of looking after your mental health while at work. The course will discuss how features of the workplace can affect our mental health, identify the characteristics of poor mental health and practical strategies for maintaining positive mental health while at work.
Participants develop a Workplace Wellbeing Action Plan that encourages them to set achievable targets that could help strengthen their mental health in the workplace. This course will also enable the learner to be confident in tackling conversations concerning mental health in the workplace and where to seek support.
Learn at your own pace on computer or iPad
24/7 access to learning materials
PDF certificate of completion available
High quality learning materials
Exercises & quizzes
30 minute course
Only €40 per person
The World Health Organisation defines mental health as...
“A state of wellbeing in which the individual realises his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully and is able to make a contribution to his or her community.”
This course is for organisations who want to promote and nurture positive mental health in the workplace. It is suitable for all staff who are interested in learning about how their mental health may be affected by their workplace. It will guide them to set goals and make changes to maintain and develop their own positive mental health at work.
Looking after your Mental Health in the Workplace is also available for organisations to host on their existing learning management system (LMS). Our flexible pricing structure makes it suitable for both large and small organisations. It is also available as part of our Off-the-shelf eLearning course catalogue.
The aim of this course is to encourage you to mind your own mental health at work and to actively contribute to a culture of positive mental health in your workplace.
By the end of this course, participants will:
Please note that this course is not a substitute for professional mental health advice or therapy.
If you are experiencing poor mental health please consult a medical professional.