The workON resources available for your worksite or school.
The workON workplace health and wellbeing package is designed for worksite leaders and managers to use immediately in the workplace to engage in strategies to improve workplace relations.
workON is built on the following concepts
- health and wellbeing is everyone's business in the workplace
- health and wellbeing are critical issues for performance
- health and wellbeing in the workplace is often about taking simple important actions early
- the workplace is a key place for many people to gain help
- health and wellbeing builds on existing strengths as individuals and as workplaces.
Workplace specific support available
The workON package is introduced using a two day managers training course.
After meeting with your workplace representatives our trainers deliver the two day workshop - either as two single days, or one two day session at a time that suits you.
Managers will emerge with immediately usable tools to set up and improve existing systems to solve long term problems on health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Our process for delivering external manager training
The three days training consist of one two day course followed by a single day, two plans - one for the managers themselves and one for their workplace, a course booklet, an employee booklet and training day outline, and 11 help cards for managers. Materials are checked by a psychologist for accuracy. Contact is also made by facilitators to managers between the two sets of training to support workplace action plans.
Jo Mason - National Professional Product Development Manager
0413 152 751 (mobile)
"Enjoyed the workshop...really good self reflective information disseminated in an enjoyable forum".
Superior Energy Services Industry (SESI) 2008 (New Orleans, Louisianna)
"Very beneficial to our organisation. Exercises were useful and thought provoking".
SESI 2008 (New Orleans, Louisianna)
"Very clearly presented, very well prepared presenters, great information, presenters have a great ability to get people thinking".