- Key highlights include:
- Evidence review of workplace interventions
- Devising a workplace strategy
- Controlling risks
- Guidance on how OH professionals can manage cases
- The OH consultation: best practice
- Responding to trauma
- Alcohol and substance misuse
- Assessing fitness for work
- The duty to make reasonable adjustments
- Ensuring legal compliance
- Keeping people productively in work and ensuring successful return to work
The full programme is available here.
Benefits of attending
How will gaining this qualification benefit you and your organisation?
You will gain:
- A comprehensive understanding of the effectiveness of different strategies/interventions that organisations can adopt – so that you can review what will work in your workplace
- Detailed knowledge and practical skills to manage specific cases including an in-depth understanding of different conditions
- The ability to assess the severity of a condition and its impact on a person’s job – so that you can recommend the best interventions to put in place for a particular case
- Enhanced skills and knowledge to use during OH consultations and in giving advice to managers
- In-depth understanding of reasonable adjustments in practice
- Advice on tools, resources and action plans
- Guidance on the relevant law
Gaining this qualification will help you to employ the right strategies and interventions to successfully manage mental health in your workplace and create a more engaged and productive workforce.
Who is the course designed for?
The course is designed for OH professionals. Other professionals with responsibility for OH and/or the mental health of employees may also benefit from attending.
Assignment and certification
Delegates must attend at least 80% of the course. Following the course, students who successfully complete an assignment, demonstrating their understanding of the theory and skills taught in the course, will be awarded the Certificate in Managing Mental Health at Work.
About Brunel University London
This qualification is organised by The At Work Partnership with the support of Brunel University London.
The Department of Clinical Sciences is part of the College of Health and Life Sciences at Brunel University London. It specialises in courses that enable graduates and postgraduates ‘to make a real difference to the world around them’. The Department has four divisions i) Occupational Therapy and Community Nursing, ii) Physiotherapy and Physician Associate, iii) Social Work and iv) Health Sciences.
Brunel University London aims to be a key part of health research in the UK. For more information, please visit: https://www.brunel.ac.uk/specialist-community-public-health-nursing