With October just around the corner, we are preparing for a significant event: Mental Illness Week. At Park City Consulting, we recognise the importance of mental health, not only for our clients but also for our team members.
This year, we are thrilled to announce our dedication to increasing awareness, prioritising the well-being of our employees, and providing an exceptional chance for personal and professional development. How is your business supporting your employee’s mental health? Take a sneak peek into the useful resources we have coming out over the next couple of weeks to help your business prepare.
Investing in Personal and Professional Growth
In support of your employees during Mental Illness Week, one of the most impactful ways is through education. That’s why we are thrilled to announce that we will be conducting our Level 3 Mental Health at Work training course on October 4th – 5th, during Mental Illness Week.
This training program aims to equip individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to better understand, support, and manage mental health in the workplace. Our Level 3 qualification covers a wide range of topics, including identifying signs of mental health issues and cultivating a workplace culture free from stigma. It presents a unique opportunity for your employees not only to enhance their own well-being but also to contribute to a more compassionate and empathetic work environment.
Discover FREE Resources To Support Your Employees
We understand that supporting mental health and fostering a nurturing workplace culture is an ongoing journey. That’s why we encourage you to explore our Resource Hub regularly.
Here, you’ll find free resources designed to help you implement positive changes in your business. From informative e-books and templates to practical guides and toolkits, our aim is to provide you with valuable assets that you can download and seamlessly integrate into your organisation.
– Don’t forget to keep an eye out for the latest additions to our Resource Hub and unlock the potential to transform your workplace.
This October, let’s all come together to raise awareness, break down stigma, and prioritise mental health. If you require support with implementing successful strategies to support your employee’s mental health, get in touch with our HR specialists.