Working with Wellbeing
ACT are proud to be a Gold Standard NEBOSH Learning Partner, and will be delivering this course via video conferencing software.
All of the relevant materials for the course will be mailed to your desired address, and the assessment will be completed online.
We are also able to deliver this training course as an in-house programme for organisations with multiple employees to train.
About the course:
This one-day course sets out to develop learners understanding of the most important aspects of occupational wellbeing, by providing the knowledge and skills that are needed to positively influence employee wellbeing within the workplace.
Employee health and wellbeing has a direct influence on productivity and the quality of performance at work. As such, it’s incredibly important to have workplace wellbeing considered as part of your organisation’s operations, and where applicable, your management of health and safety as a whole.
Research has shown that good wellbeing within the workplace can:
- Reduce staff turnover
- Reduce accidents and injuries
- Increase employee satisfaction and engagement
- Reduce sickness absence
- Increase productivity
This course provides a fresh approach to wellbeing that can be applied to any role, any sector, across the world. By the end of the course, learners will be able to understand what wellbeing is and why it matters, how wellbeing can be improved in different ways, and how to intervene to improve wellbeing in the workplace.
The course has been designed to suit multiple roles, and is well suited for HR specialists, health and safety professionals, and those with management responsibilities.
Foundations of Wellbeing:
- What wellbeing means
- Why wellbeing matters
The branches of wellbeing; benefits and what this means in practice:
Interventions in the workplace:
- Planning interventions
- Measuring the effectiveness of interventions
The course is assessed with a one-hour exam that has been designed to measure your understanding and ability to apply what you have learnt to your workplace.
Learners are required to review the strengths and weaknesses of their organisation in relation to each of the areas of wellbeing covered by the course.
Following this, you will then produce a wellbeing intervention plan for the workplace, and explain how it’s effectiveness will be measured when implemented.
If you would like more information about this course, please get in touch with one of our NEBOSH course advisors: