We now offer Mental Health Awareness Courses!

We now offer Mental Health Awareness Courses!
Posted 01st August 2018




  • 1 in 6.8 people experience mental health problems in the workplace (14.7%).
  • Evidence suggests that 12.7% of all sickness absence days in the UK can be attributed to mental health conditions.
  • Women in full-time employment are almost twice as likely to have mental health issues as men in full-time employment (19.8% vs 10.9%).
  • 24 working days lost per case on average.
  • 11.7 million working days lost.
  • Managing health and safety risks associated with stress is a legal requirement.



Why is it important to look after employees’ mental health for your business?


  • Better mental health support at work could save UK businesses up to £8 billion per year!
  • Better productivity by workers who aren’t stressed or anxious.
  • A healthy mind creates better solutions, as it’s more creative and innovative, giving a competitive edge.
  • Reputation, by promoting positive mental health, you can enhance the reputation of your organization. This can improve your business reputation among potential future recruits.
  • Reducing sick pay costs and absenteeism. Employees who are healthy and happy, both mentally and physically, take fewer sick days and ultimately cut costs for employers.


By attending one of our Mental Health courses you could see all of the benefits above and more, call 0843 289 2201 this course is available ‘in-house’ we can come to any venue of your choice for up to 16 delegates!

What Our Customers Are Saying

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