Mental Health Training Bundle

Mental Health Training Bundle

Mental Health Training Bundle

Courses designed to inform participants about promoting mental health in all aspects of life, not just while at work. These courses aim to bring awareness to various factors that can affect our mental health, and foster improved mental health and wellness for ourselves and our employees/coworkers. 

Participants who purchase these 4 courses together will receive a 10% discount for the training. Reach out today for more information!

JHSC/HSR Course Bundle

eLearning Bundle

Buy all 4 & Save 10%

$528

$475.20

Bundle Includes:
  • Module 8 (8 Hours)
  • Module 13 (4 Hours)
  • Module 17 (1 Hour)
  • Module 18 (1.5 Hours)

Requirements:

This bundle includes courses that are:

Completion:

A Certificate of Completion will be issued upon successful completion of the each of the course exams.

Online Course:

To successfully complete the courses, the learner has 3 attempts to achieve 80% or higher on each exam.
Online duration subject to student capabilities.

Module 8: Understanding Workplace Violence & Harassment

The learning objectives:

  • Review the legislative requirements on workplace violence
  • Define workplace violence
  • Learn how to identify types of workplace violence
  • Review the forms of violence
  • Understand the negative effects of workplace violence
  • Develop a workplace violence policy
  • Learn how and why to include workplace violence into hazard assessments and controls
  • Learn how to train workers and to respond and get assistance when needed
  • Develop a response plan
  • Learn how to investigation a workplace violence situation
  • Gain the ability to debrief a situation

 

Module 17: Practical Steps to Achieve Mental Health in the Workplace

This robust course provides you with a framework for understanding workplace stressors and how they affect people, as well as the mental factors that help people to cope and even flourish at work. With strategies and downloadable resources for self-care and support, you’ll also be able to take what you learn and apply it immediately.

After this course you will be able to:

  • Recognize the impact of workplace stressors on personal mental health
  • Describe the different workplace stressors such as fatigue, grief, trauma, and moral conflict
  • Explain mental health concepts such as stress, the window of tolerance, and the stress response or fight/flight/freeze response
  • Identify the physical and mental signs/effects of stress
  • Use the mental health continuum model to identify your own mental health state
  • Relate self-care to resilience and describe the Five C’s of resiliency
  • Identify self-care strategies
  • Recognize distress in others
  • Provide basic support through acknowledgement and referral using trauma-informed support and the OARS technique

Module 13: Fatigue Management

The learning objectives:

  • Learn the definition of fatigue
  • Review fatigue case studies
  • Understand fatigue impairment in the workplace
  • Review the five primary workplace factors of fatigue
  • Learn the physical and mental health consequences of fatigue
  • Build a business case for fatigue
  • Safely manage fatigue
  • Apply and understand the Fatigue Risk Assessment Trajectory
  • Discuss scheduling, overtime, and work demands
  • Identify fatigue
  • Study fatigue-related errors
  • Utilize fatigue risk assessment tools
  • Gain fatigue intervention strategies

 

Module 18: Practical Steps to Support Mental Health in the Workplace

In this course, you’ll learn about the role leaders play in improving and maintaining workplace mental health, different tools and strategies to manage and guide performance in positive and supportive ways, and how to support employees through challenges and recovery, so your workplace can be healthier and safer every day.

After this course, you’ll be able to:

  • List the 13 factors that impact mental health in the workplace
  • Describe the hierarchy of workplace mental health controls
  • Explain daring and compassionate leadership
  • Recognize the relationship between performance and mental health
  • Implement person-centered leadership support, tools, resources, and best practices in your workplace
  • Build trusting workplace relationships to support employee mental health
  • Set clear expectations and provide feedback to employees using different management techniques
  • Recognize the impact of workplace stressors on employees
  • Communicate clearly and consistently to positively impact your team’s performance
  • Recognize when and how to refer employees to other resources (e.g., Employee assistance programs)
  • Use the best practices for managing acute distress in the workplace
  • Develop a personal leadership code of ethics

 

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