Mi Crow's online courses cover all sorts of aspects of workplace mental health, broken down into accessible three-minute videos on different topics. You can subscribe to their portal for your workplace, or host the content on your LMS.
Mi Crow produces a range of online courses on different themes around I.T. and workplace issues. This collection of courses is designed to make workplace mental health interesting, engaging and easy to get started thinking about. Each video is around three minutes long, and the topics covered include:
The way to good mental health
An introduction to mental health in the workplace
Promoting wellbeing in the workplace
What is a mentally healthy workplace
Key measures for a mentally healthy workplace
Supporting your colleagues and team members
Support from managers and team leaders
Understanding young people’s mental health issues
What exactly is stress
Dealing with stress
Exploring relaxation and some different ways to relax
Supporting staff to stay in work
Fit back to work
This page gives an introduction and overview of Mi Crow’s mental health content, and enables you to sign up for a free trial. Subscribing to the complete mental health package for your organisation costs £995 per year. They can then be accessed directly on Mi Crow’s online portal or hosted on your learning management system (LMS).
Acas has a range of training courses designed to help organisations to navigate the legal, practical and personal elements of managing mental health in the workplace. They're offered in many locations across England and Wales.
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