View Details

image Event image Venue image Tutor image Audience image Cost
image
image image image image
image

Employee Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference

Course Code
Is conference?
Number of Seminars
image
Seminar 1 Name
Description
image
Seminar 2 Name
Description
image
Seminar 3 Name
Description
image
Seminar 4 Name
Description
image
Venue
High Ashurst Outdoor Learning Centre, Headley Lane, Mickleham, Dorking
image
image
DateTimeVenueMap
Friday 17 May 201909:00-16:00High Ashurst Outdoor Learning Centre, RH5 6DQMap
image
Event Tutors
Kirstie Young image
image
Admin Contact Julie Chapple (julie.chapple@strictlyeducation4s.co.uk)  
image
Target Audience
Adviser/Consultant / Bursar / School Business Manager / Deputy/Assistant Headteacher / Headteacher / Middle Leader / Senior Leader / Teacher image
image
Event Types Conference
image
Event Subject Area Equality / Health & Safety / Leadership & Management / Performance Management / Personnel 
image
Key Stages
image Foundationimage KS1image KS2image KS3image KS4image KS5
 
image
Event Description The focus on the importance of improving employee wellbeing in order to achieve organisational success continues to gain momentum. In January 2019, we saw a long-awaited parliamentary debate on the role of mental health first aid in the workplace and the part this plays in the Government’s strategy to transform workplace mental health and enable those experiencing mental ill health to remain and thrive in work. The challenge for employers is to embed a culture of wellbeing that meaningfully engages with the reality of the mental health issues that affect their staff, in order to support them to adopt and maintain healthy behaviours. Schools and colleges face particular difficulties around recruitment and retention, not least because the pressures associated with working in education continue to impact negatively on wellbeing, inevitably discouraging new entrants to the sector and increasing the rate of attrition. Our 4th annual conference provides senior leaders in the sector with practical guidance on this cultural journey to support with the promotion of mental health and wellbeing in their school, college or MAT. Specialist keynote speakers will share their expertise in employee wellbeing and our range of seminars will provide practical strategies for implementation. Taking place at High Ashurst in the tranquil Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the conference provides the perfect opportunity and location for schools leaders to have the breathing space to reflect and focus on this critical area, to the benefit not just of their team but also themselves. Early bird price: £160+VAT. Extended until 5th April 2019. Full Conference price: £210+VAT 
image
Event Prerequisites DRESS CODE: Business Casual. We would like all delegates to feel comfortable at the conference and therefore please feel free to dress-down so you are more suited for the rural nature of the venue. Delegates will have the opportunity to explore the wonderful venue setting which includes woodland and rough gravel pathways, therefore we would advise that all delegates wear sensible footwear to the conference.  
image
Event Training Objectives • Enhance your knowledge of employee mental health and wellbeing and its impact on motivation, performance and retention • Increase your awareness of how to support mental health in the workplace and promote positive wellbeing •Tailor your own CPD by choosing seminar sessions to suit your needs and those of your organisation •Gain practical strategies to implement back at school  
image
Learning Outcomes
Participants will gain: 
Enhanced knowledge of employee mental health and wellbeing and its impact on motivation, performance and retention
Gained practical strategies to implement back at school

Outcomes:
image
Professional Standards
image
Standard Cost
image
Start Date Friday 17 May 2019
image
Times 09:00-16:00 
image