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Mental Health at Work training

MENTAL HEALTH AT WORK An awareness raising training programme for managers at all levels. Recognising workplace stress is an essential part of good practice for all organisations who want to maintain a mentally healthy workplace. Employees who develop a mental health problem in the workplace and are supported through this are less likely to go off on long term sickness absence and therefore cost the company significantly less in terms of cost and productivity. The Scottish Government estimates that each case of stress-related ill health leads to an average of 29 working days lost per person per episode. Can you afford not to be more mentally aware? AIMS · To increase understanding of mental health problems and how they affect us · To increase awareness of stress and how this presents itself in the workplace · To look at the benefits of a mentally healthy workplace · Increase understanding of manager’s responsibilities in relation to the Disability Discrimination Act · To promote good personal mental health Cost £90 per person (ILA vouchers accepted)

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24 October 2008 14:30 to 21:30
Adam Smith Theatre, Kirkcaldy
Duncan Mitchell
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01592 749880

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