Cultivating a healthy school environment is essential for staff wellbeing, with regards to mental health, and helping to retain and motivate teaching staff. This Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools course teaches learners about what can impact staff wellbeing and mental health, how staff can be supported, common mental health problems, recognising the causes of work-related stress, and how to create a culture of positive staff wellbeing.
As school terms are super busy, school staff have played a central role in supporting children, keeping in touch with them at home or at school, and maintaining strong connections with their learner communities. It’s important your school promotes positive wellbeing and your teachers and school staff feel supported. Our Staff Wellbeing training will give your staff the right skills, guidance and information.
The aim of this Wellbeing training for schools is to greater increase your knowledge of Staff Wellbeing in Schools.
The key points covered in this course are:
We hope our common Supporting Staff Wellbeing in Schools FAQs will help answer any further questions you may have. If you require further information or help, please get in touch.
Not only will your staff have the skills and knowledge to support colleagues and spot signs of mental health issues, but your business will also benefit from seeing a reduction in staff turnover, sickness absence and have a healthier workplace with better staff morale, better customer service and more engaged and committed staff.
Enrol your staff today and gain a healthier workplace today.
There are lots of ways to help improve staff wellbeing in schools, but here are some of the most effective ways to help:
Our online Staff Wellbeing training for teachers is available 24/7, anytime, anywhere. Perfect for staff with busy schedules or difficult shift patterns.
• Study when you want
• Track staff progress
• Study anywhere you want on any device
Choose how you want this online Supporting Staff Wellbeing in Schools training course delivered:
Just follow these four simple steps, sit back, relax and let us do the hard work for you and your team.