Recovery College Cornwall
This is the cost to business of Mental ill Health in 2015/2016 as calculated by the Health and Safety Executive. 10% due to staff turnover, 30% to absenteeism and 60% to presenteeism – people coming to work because they feel they have to and being unable to work to their potential.
Charities National campaigns like Time for Change have been leading the way in encouraging businesses to be more mental health aware, improving workplace culture, and breaking down mental health stigma, to the benefit of all employees.
Our project is aimed at supplying a high quality training opportunity for your business or workplace to become more mental health aware. This can improve understanding, workplace morale, and save money.
There are three different steps of the programme – all which are being offered free to Cornish businesses!
Delivered by qualified mental health awareness experts & Mental Health First Aid trainers from Working Well (SW) Ltd.
This 3 hour course introduces: the importance of mental health awareness for businesses and what that means, the spectrum of mental health, an overview of mental health conditions, and the impact of mental ill health on businesses.
Delivered by trainers from Working Well (SW) Ltd who are mental health trainers & experts, and also business owners with extensive experience.
In this session, you will learn how to make your business or workplace more mental health aware, how to do this strategically and ensure impact. The course will include an introduction to policies, processes, accreditations and charter marks, and you will complete your own action plan to take back to your business.
Local Rotarians with years of business experience and expertise, as well as recent training, would provide follow up support and consultancy to any business who has completed steps 1 and 2
Email email@example.com to discuss your organisation’s needs.
If you feel that you need to talk to someone urgently then please call the 24/7 Cornwall mental health helpline on 0800 0385 300. You can call for free, any time of day or night, if you are worried about your own or someone else’s mental health. The team behind the 24/7 telephone service will listen to you and determine how best to help. Alternatively, please call the Samaritans on 116 123.