1 Day Resilience, Wellbeing and Returning to Work
Wellbeing in the Workplace Training Module
Resilience, Wellbeing and Returning to Work will be of interest to those with responsibility for the occupational health of an organisation's employees and external providers of this service.
Whilst the first and second parts focus on the organisational and management responsibilities in preventing stress, Module Three is designed to help the employee understand that they must take personal responsibility for their own wellbeing.
- To define a congruent service capable of meeting the infrastructure necessary to interface with corporate requirements
- Assess at group or individual level the measure of intervention based on a series of markers which provides the PID (Programme Initiation Document) or Intervention
- A formalised method for the acceptance/decline of a referral based on suitability and appropriateness, using agreed parameters
- The creation of a process of induction, co-ordination, consultation, measurement and report between the four identifiable entities within an intervention
- An exit strategy that provides agreement and culpability based on the preset objectives of the intervention
In addition, this module trains the student in a methodology for helping returning people back to the workplace that have previously suffered from stress.