SMEs have disproportionately suffered from the worst excesses of Covid-19 despite Government financial lifelines. Their biggest challenge has been in retaining and managing the physical and mental wellbeing of their employees, whilst dealing with the unpredictability of the economic fallout. Those employers who have put their employees’ wellbeing first have generally fared better than those that have not.
With light at the end of the tunnel through new vaccines, there is now an opportunity for SMEs to leverage wellbeing to provide greater resilience and sustainability against future shocks. Knowing where to start and what to aim for is the biggest challenge for SMEs, as well as lacking the resources and wherewithal to plan a wellbeing framework strategy.
This is where the People Leaders’ Virtual Workplace Wellbeing Course can get your organisation off life support and on the road to recovery in 2021; there are a few places remaining on the next course starting on 7th January 2021.
Further details can be found in the attached article.
THE WORKPLACE WELLBEING PRACTITIONER’S CERTIFICATE | 2-3 October 2019, London
This is a great opportunity to attend a two-day course, bringing along a colleague for free.
The course covers workplace wellbeing in an organisational and international context. It provides delegates with the knowledge and understanding of environments in which they as practitioners can plan, implement and evaluate wellbeing programmes to support strategic operational goals.
Launched in partnership with e-reward.co.uk our course is structured on the lines of a voluntary code of practice. We have set core standards and competences based on survey feedback given by workplace wellbeing practitioners. Clear learning outcomes are defined along with a training syllabus, objectives and course content.
• Day 1 – focuses on the strategic, tactical and operational contexts.
• Day 2 – largely comprises an interactive group exercise based on a fictitious organisation, pulling together all the learnings from Day 1 experientially. Time will be built into a plenary session, followed by feedback and course evaluation. Finally, delegates will be presented with their course certificates, which is in the process of being CPD accredited.
To ensure that it fits each individual’s needs, delegates will be asked to complete a survey prior to the course to identify their specific knowledge gaps and training requirements. Delivery of the content can then be tailored accordingly.
Don’t hesitate to take advantage of this great 2 for 1 offer. Save £1,000 and deliver real value to your organisation many times over. Further course and registration details can be found here.