i-act for positive mental health and wellbeing

 

i-act, for positive mental health and wellbeing, is the UKs leading evidence-based programme for understanding/managing and promoting positive mental health and welbeing in the workplace. The course comes with a 168 page evidence-based course manual, toolkit and resource pack for each participant attending the course. This includes over 50 tools, over 90 organisations to refer onto and cites over 225 peices of evidence-based research. There are two core versions of the i-act training; a course for managers and a course for employees/front-line workers. Once trained, participants become registered i-act managers/practitioners, recive a certificate of registration, recive a copy of the evidence-based course manual, toolkit and resource pack and get access to the i-act online resources. 

 

i-act for positive mental health and wellbeing for managers:

The i-act course for managers is aimed at supporting managers to improve workplace wellbeing and support employees who may experience a mental health or wellbeing issue in the workplace.

The course comes with a 168-page evidence- based course manual, toolkit and resource pack (pictured left) for each manager.

The manual includes over 50 tools to support managers and over 95 agencies/ organisations to refer on to.

The evidence-based i-act course and manual cites over 225 pieces of reputable references, researched by leading academics in the field.

The course highlights what managers need to know regarding managing mental health in the workplace (for example regarding legislation and The Health and Safety Executive 

 

i-act for positive mental health and wellbeing for employees/front-line workers:

   

This i-act training is aimed at supporting employees to improve their workplace wellbeing and support other colleagues who may experience a mental health or wellbeing issue in the workplace.

This course comes with a 156-page evidence- based course manual, toolkit and resource pack (pictured left) for each participant.

The manual includes over 45 tools to support employees and over 95 agencies/ organisations to refer on to.

The evidence-based i-act course and manual cites over 200 pieces of reputable references, researched by leading academics in the field.

The course highlights how we can all improve our wellbeing to help build resilience.

 

 

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