Better Mental Health and Wellbeing at Work

Get a broad understanding of the factors that impact your mental health in the workplace.  This may include external stressors, workload, relationships, diet and more.  The focus of this course is on nurturing your own mental health, while also equipping you with the tools to support others. This course runs in Perth, Kalgoorlie, Karratha, Bunbury and Albany.

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1/2 Day

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A sharper focus in organisations to prioritise the mental wellbeing of their employees opens an opportunity for gaining deeper insights into the factors that contribute to optimal mental health. Recent changes to the WHS legislation also shines a spotlight on the importance of extending our attention beyond physical wellbeing.

This course explores various strategies employees can use to support their own mental health and contribute to the health of their colleagues . By identifying workplace stressors that affect our wellbeing, we can initiate behavioural changes and extend support to others to improve the mental health of all employees.

Who will benefit

Anyone who wants to better understand the impact of mental ill- health in the workplace. This course will also benefit those who want to implement changes to positively influence their own health and that of their co-workers.


  • The concepts surrounding mental health and mental ill-health
  • Impact of mental health on our performance
  • Factors at work that contribute positively and negatively to our mental health
  • Practical self-care strategies
  • Effective ways you can support others.

Learning Outcomes

You will learn to:

  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of the concepts surrounding mental health and mental ill-health
  • Assess how mental health can significantly influence performance in various aspects of life
  • Identify and evaluate workplace factors that can either positively or negatively affect an individual's mental wellbeing
  • Acquire practical strategies for self-care and discover effective ways to provide support to others facing mental health challenges.
Related Results

Every manager wants to develop the 'right' Work Health and Safety (WHS) culture for their business but many struggle to describe what that culture would actually look like. This course is designed to provide an introduction to the process of shaping the culture of an organisation which forms a critical part of ensuring excellent WHS performance and the ongoing viability of your business.

For Directors, Officers, Leaders and Managers.
Get clarity on your leadership responsibilities to provide a psychologically safe working environment. Given the recent changes to the WHS legislation, the onus is on leaders to ensure risks are identified and action is taken to eliminate or reduce the impact of those risks. This course runs in Perth, Kalgoorlie, Karratha, Bunbury and Albany.

This course will assist managers, supervisors and team leaders to understand their responsibilities under our WHS laws and develop the skills needed to effectively manage safety in the workplace.

This course will guide you through the internationally recognised structure of a Work Health and Safety Management System or Occupational Health and Safety System, and importantly what you need to do to meet legislative requirements.

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