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NEBOSH Working with Wellbeing

The NEBOSH working with wellbeing course educates employers of their responsibility to employees' mental health, and how they can measure the effectiveness of wellbeing in the workplace. The practical initiatives taught in this one day course will teach how to spot stress in others and offer many solutions on how to improve worker wellbeing.

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Course overview

Wellbeing in the workplace is more important than it’s ever been, employers are responsible for protecting the mental health of their employees and this includes stress associated with work. 

There is a cost to mental health problems in the workplace and it has been proven that businesses that take a proactive approach to employee wellbeing outperform those that don’t.

The content is based on recognised research and includes activities and case studies to help you apply tried and tested interventions to transform wellbeing at work.

Research has shown that good wellbeing can:

-        Reduce staff turnover

-        Reduce sickness absence

-        Reduce accidents and injuries

-        Increase employee satisfaction and engagement

-        Increase productivity

Who is this course suitable for?

Working with Wellbeing is relevant to HR specialists, health and safety professionals and those with people management responsibilities within any organisation. The practical initiatives taught in this one day course will teach how to spot stress in others and offer many solutions on how to improve worker wellbeing.

Learning outcomes

Learning outcomes of the working with wellbeing course are: 

-        What ‘wellbeing’ is and why it matters

-        The different factors that can positively and negatively impact wellbeing

-        The benefits of achieving good worker wellbeing

-        Practical initiatives that can improve wellbeing

-        How to measure the effectiveness of wellbeing initiatives.

Through your participation you will gain the knowledge and confidence necessary to positively influence employee wellbeing in your workplace.

Entry Requirements

There are no entry requirements for this qualification.


First you will review the strengths and weaknesses in relation to each area of wellbeing within your workplace. Then you will produce a wellbeing intervention plan for your workplace, explaining how its effectiveness will be evaluated.

The assessment checks your understanding and ability to apply what you have learnt to your workplace.

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