This course is targeted at rail employees undertaking a wellbeing champion role. It will provide participants with an understanding of health and wellbeing principles and the skills needed to develop communication skills. Delegates will be made aware of the common signs of poor health, and they will learn how to discuss these issues with colleagues to improve health and wellbeing at work.
The modular structure of the course which incorporates both online e-learning and face to face interactive sessions provides an enjoyable and balanced approach to learning.
The course focuses on:
- Key principles of physical and mental health.
- Introduction to healthy behaviours, healthy habits for nutrition, sleep, and exercise.
- How to have a wellbeing conversation.
- Bridging people into support.
The training will be delivered via a combination of e-learning modules, and interactive face-to-face or remote sessions.
Who should attend?Wellbeing champion(s), people who are responsible for health and wellbeing within their organisation, or those who align their department’s activities with health and wellbeing policies.
Trainers’ profileNiamh Mc Mahon, a knowledgeable and experienced Nutritional Therapist and Health Coach, with group facilitation qualifications and experience in delivering behavioural change workshops and training programmes.
This Wellbeing Champion training course was developed as a result of a training needs analysis carried out in 2019. The report identified a need and desire for a rail-specific training programme to upskill and continue to develop the competency and confidence of wellbeing champions. These champions play a very important role in providing a proactive approach to good health and wellbeing and need to be supported to do so.
We recognise that every organisation is different. So we work directly with organisations to deliver bespoke courses that are customised to the requirements of specific delegate groups/businesses. In addition, pre and post training evaluations can be developed to measure the impact of the course.
To discuss bespoke training, remote delivery or delivery at a location of your choice please email email@example.com. We will be in touch to review your requirements.