Powerful learning, delivered directly to your employees
During these uncertain times, Health Assured can provide virtual training sessions for all of the workshop topics below. Hosted online and directly to your employees’ devices, our virtual sessions are held at a time and date that suits your organisation.
Our virtual workshops are a cost-effective and convenient alternative to traditional workshop sessions, as they:
- Require no travel costs
- Work around your employees’ schedule
- Can be accessed from any location
There is a max of 20 employees per virtual workshop and to take part, attendees simply need a personal device such as a laptop, smartphone or tablet and an internet connection.
To arrange a virtual workshop for your organisation, speak to a wellbeing expert today.
Recognise and combat stress
You need some pressure in your life—without deadlines, nothing would get done, after all. But too much pressure can lead to stress—which can make life a lot harder.
Health Assured offers a stress management workshop teaching your employees and managers about stress—both the good and bad kind.
You’ll discover how to recognise stress in yourself and others, create a stress-free (as possible) workplace, and use our EAP to smooth out those bumps in life.
- To recognise the symptoms and triggers of stress
- How to create the right culture
- The best methods of intervention
The road to resilience
Cope with—and master—pressure
Pressure is a great motivator. But, like stress, too much of it in the wrong place can make life hard. You have your limits—we all do. But what can we do to turn those limits into strengths?
Health Assured offers training in resilience. This is a great way to learn about how pressure affects you and others, and how to better manage that pressure.
The workshop provides the mental tools needed to master workplace pressure. You’ll see less absence, more productivity and a healthier, happier workforce.
- What does it really mean to be resilient?
- Awareness of resilience
- Techniques to manage pressure and improve resilience in the workplace
Adopt mindfulness, become a beacon of calm
Mindfulness is the art of living in the present. It might sound odd—we all live in the present, surely—but it’s a little deeper than it seems.
It’s about learning to be aware of our senses. And when you’re fully aware, you can deal with challenges far more easily.
We offer mindfulness training that will help your people maintain calm and improve their life’s balance. You’ll learn how to give your full attention to the now, melting away stress and coping with anything life can throw at you.
Meditation, breathing exercises and planning—these tools are vital to a healthy, aware, balanced work life.
- What is mindfulness and the common misconceptions
- How and when mindfulness can be used
- How to put mindfulness into practice
Better living through better eating
You might feel more awake after a triple espresso in the morning—but overloading on caffeine isn’t the best way to stay alert. A couple of hours later you’re going to pay for that delicious drink. Ever felt that post-lunchtime slump?
We will help make that tiredness a thing of the past. Healthy eating in the workplace boosts alertness—and morale—by making people feel more alive. It’s not about taking snacks (or coffee) away, but being aware of which foods are better.
Health Assured’s nutrition workshops teach the importance of healthy eating, both at work and at home. We show you how to improve energy and concentration without resorting to more caffeine.
Stress, sickness and absence can be reduced—when your employees are healthy, your workplace is healthy.
- The benefits of different food groups
- How healthy nutrition can reduce staff sickness
- How to encourage healthy eating in the workplace
Coping with change
Make dealing with change a breeze
Change is necessary. Every business needs to react to the world outside. Sometimes, you need to make sweeping changes. You might need to create or alter a whole department.
This can be a stressful and uncertain time for employees. How can you offer reassurance?
Our change management workshop helps staff to understand and cope with change. We explain how to recognise uncertainty, how to raise concerns and how to manage stress in times of change.
You’ll be able to reduce impact by addressing any worries staff may have—and make sure your changes will be for the better.
- What is change management
- How to address negativity
- Techniques for preparing staff for change
Mental health awareness
Understand and help common issues
At any moment, over 15% of people in the UK and Ireland are suffering in work with symptoms of a mental health condition. You have a duty of care to your staff—but how can you help?
It’s simple. Our mental health awareness workshop provides you and your people with the knowledge needed to tackle issues head-on. You’ll receive expert, sensitive guidance on identifying key mental health issues.
Employees will learn about the importance of a healthy mind, and how to ask for support—and support others—when life gets overwhelming.
- The importance of mental health awareness in the workplace
- To tackle stigmas and attitudes
- How to support individuals who are suffering
What is trauma?
Preparedness for the unexpected
It’s a hard fact of life that awful things can happen. We all live in hope that they won’t happen to us, but sometimes an incident in the workplace affects us all. How do you show support and leadership in these times?
Health Assured can help. We offer a thorough trauma workshop—teaching your staff to recognise what trauma is, and how to cope. You’ll learn how to create a supportive culture, helping each other deal with traumatic stress.
Action planning and follow-up support show employees that you’re not only aware of their issues, but that you care.
- What qualifies as trauma
- How to build emotional and psychological resilience
- How to offer the appropriate follow-up support
Mental health & men
Understand male mental health
Times are changing. The stigmas around male mental health are starting to fade. It’s no longer a perceived sign of weakness to admit that you need help.
But sometimes a little encouragement is needed for men to open up.
Our mental health & men workshop gives insight, knowledge and understanding of the issues that men face. We use facts, figures and truths to gently de-stigmatise mental health issues, teaching you and your staff that it’s fine to admit that life can get on top of you.
Not only will you and your people learn about yourselves, but you’ll learn to recognise symptoms in others—and you’ll have the tools in place to reach out in a sensitive way.
- How to tackle stigma and attitudes in the workplace
- Knowledge and awareness of common mental health issues
- Practical advice and follow up support structures
Understand, empathise with and manage this natural process
Our workforce is ageing—over four million women aged 50-64 are in work. This number is growing. There are few workplaces, then, unaffected by the menopause. How do you care for and support those affected?
Health Assured offer sensitive, empathetic training in the issues around menopause. You’ll discover what the menopause actually is, how it affects the body and mind, and how to support people at this time of life in the workplace and beyond.
- The stages of the menopause
- How to create an open, inclusive and supportive culture
- The best practices in managing those undergoing the menopause
Stop money worries from getting in the way of your teams wellbeing
Stagnating wages, increased housing costs, inflation—we live in a financially daunting time. More than ever, people need to be informed and aware. But financial guidance isn’t taught in school, and money problems can cause serious issues—even affecting mental health…
Health Assured show your people exactly how financial wellbeing and mental wellbeing are linked—and how to improve both in one fell swoop.
- Key facts behind financial wellbeing, and the ways they affect our mental health
- The emotional impact of money worries, as well as the physical toll
- Practical tips and advice on managing money, using credit wisely, and being financially aware