Mental Health in the Workplace
This is for workplace leaders who want to support mental health in their workforce. Explore management practices that promote good mental health and learn to distinguish between mental health and performance issues. Gain valuable insight into the impact that mental health conditions might have on capacity to work.
Come to understand the ethical rights of workers who experience mental health conditions, rights such as freedom from stigma, stereotypes and assumptions, the recognition of changing needs and rights to self determination.
Become familiar with the legal requirements relating to mental health in the workplace including WHS and Common Law, anti discrimination laws, the Privacy Act, reasonable adjustment under the Disability Discrimination Act, performance issues and dismissal under the Fair Work Act.
This training takes place in an exciting and stimulating environment that involves facilitated group discussion, trainer insights, activities and shared knowledge.
Who is this for?
- Managers/Team Leaders
- Workforce Development Roles
All of MHCCs professional development training is available for delivery on site at your premises. Alternatively, MHCC can tailor a course to suit your specific requirements, contact us to find out more email@example.com