This AIM WA/Lifeline WA program provides practical skills and knowledge for your frontline supervisors to respond appropriately to a staff member who is suffering a mental illness in the best interest of both the employee and the organisation.

Overview

The AIM WA/Lifeline WA program provides practical skills and knowledge for your frontline supervisors to respond appropriately to a staff member who may be experiencing a mental health problem.

Who Will Benefit

Any supervisor or frontline manager with direct reports or others responsible for responding to the needs of staff.

Program Content

  • Learn how to identify and respond appropriately to mental illness and ill-health in the workplace
  • Explore the economic impact of mental illness
  • Develop strategies to support employees whilst maintaining organisational goals
  • Understand the importance of psychological health and safety within workplace culture
  • Discover how to support a person returning to work after a mental illness
  • Design and implement a return to work plan
  • Learn how to plan for contingencies
  • Learn how to reply to staff queries in a sensitive manner
  • Develop and learn how to implement a return to work plan
  • Learn how to plan for contingencies
  • Learn to respond to queries from other staff.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Respond appropriately to staff when they advise they are not coping
  • Utilise strategies to support the individual and maintain a focus on organisational performance
  • Protect the interests of both the individual and the organisation in the context of the Law and WHS risk
  • Return someone to work after a period of mental illness.
Program Number
191
Duration

1 Day

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    AIM WA Floreat

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