Mental Health and Wellbeing

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This 13 part training program will arm your people with a myriad of ideas and techniques with how best to deal with mental health and wellbeing.



Mental vs Physical

Available in video and self-paced eLearning formats, this program depicts two workplace injuries, and highlights the importance of creating a mentally healthy workplace.

Managing Wellbeing

A Few Facts and Figures

Managing the Risks

The Warning Signs

Building Resilience

Managing Change

The Implementation

Mental vs Physical (Workers' Edition)

How You Can Help

Your Own Mental Wellness

Stress Management

Coping With Change

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Mental health and wellbeing is perhaps the most significant health and safety issue in the workplace today. Produced in 2020, this 13 part series is a comprehensive guide to dealing with this very topic.

The first eight modules provide effective tips for managing mental health and wellbeing for the manager or supervisor. The final five modules detail how workers can assist in maintaining a psychologically healthy workplace. Furthermore, it also details how to manage their own mental health.

This 13 part mental health and wellbeing training program will arm your people with a myriad of ideas. In addition, they will learn skills on how best to deal with mental health and wellbeing.

At Channel 1 we have been in business for more than 28 years, long enough to see the change in how mental health issues are viewed and treated. But we understand that many employers and their staff are confused about the potential signs of someone struggling with a mental health condition, and the various factors that can contribute to it. That is why we have produced this comprehensive series of mental health training videos, providing our customers with a clear and direct explanation of how best to manage mental health and wellbeing in any workplace.

Aim of This Series of Mental Health Training Videos:

In December 2016, the National Mental Health Commission stated that the cost of mental ill-health in Australia each year was around $4,000 per person, or $60 billion in total.

Statistics also show that one in five Australian workers will suffer some form of anxiety this year.

It’s a well known fact that when workers are not feeling the best, they can’t work at their best. So maintaining a positive approach to psychological health and safety, it just makes good business sense.

An essential ingredient to creating and maintaining a mentally healthy and well-being workplace is the focus of all workers to care for each other and the skills of management to make this happen.

This training program sets out easy to follow guidelines for managers to create a mentally healthy work environment and a culture where their team is effectively identifying and helping to manage psychosocial hazards in the workplace.

It also details several coping skills for workers when faced with change or stressful situations.

It achieves this by focusing on three main areas:

  • Promoting positive mental well-being
  • Protecting workers from mental injury and illness and
  • Addressing mental injury and illness

Whatever the type of workplace you are employed by, mental health will be an issue your workplace will be faced with not just this year but years to come.
Our range of mental health training videos are designed to educate all members of your workplace on the importance of maintaining and monitoring their own mental health, and help them to understand how various factors (both internal and external) can influence it.


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