NEBOSH Working with Wellbeing
Wellbeing in the workplace is more important than it has ever been; with NEBOSH’s working with wellbeing, HR professionals and those with people management responsibilities can learn to spot and tackle stress, as well as many other elements of poor wellbeing in their workplace.
What is NEBOSH Working with Wellbeing?
According to the HSE (Health and Safety Executive) 822,000 workers suffered from work-related stress, depression or anxiety (new or long standing) in 2020/21. These numbers have sharply increased in recent years, and as such it is more crucial than ever for businesses to proactively address wellbeing problems. Failing to do so can lead to absences and poor productivity, negatively impacting your staff and business.
The NEBOSH Working with Wellbeing course has been designed following recognised research, providing HR professionals and those in people management positions with practical methods for intervening with poor wellbeing at work.
Further research has shown that good wellbeing in the workplace can reduce staff turnover and increase employee satisfaction and engagement, demonstrating the importance of the NEBOSH Working with Wellbeing course for all businesses.
Benefits for Employers
Increase productivity through enhanced employee engagement
Reduce absence through wellbeing interventions and positivity in the workplace
Demonstrate your commitment to the health of your employees with specially designed training
Benefits for Learners
Develop your expertise as a health and safety practitioner with specialised wellbeing knowledge
Contribute to a positive health and safety culture in your workplace
As one of the UK’s leading providers of health and safety training, our tutors and mentors are experts in the industry and committed to providing the best learning experience possible. Their efforts are one of the many reasons we’re rated 4.9/5 stars on Trustpilot.
We go the extra mile to make sure our course attendees receive the best possible support, through engaging, interactive content and compact modules to keep learners attention focused through the course.
The pass rates for our NEBOSH health and safety courses are above industry average, giving you the best chance of success when taking a course Phoenix.
Working with Wellbeing is relevant to HR specialists, health and safety professionals and those with people management responsibilities within any organisation.
When studied in-house, the duration of the NEBOSH Working with Wellbeing course is one day.
The NEBOSH Working with Wellbeing course consists of 3 Elements:
Element 1: Foundations of wellbeing
Element 2: The branches of wellbeing; benefits and what this means in practice
Element 3: Interventions in the workplace
Upon completion of the NEBOSH Working with Wellbeing course, candidates will understand:
What wellbeing is and why it matters
How wellbeing can be improved
How to use interventions to improve wellbeing in the workplace
The NEBOSH Working with Wellbeing course is assessed in 2 parts:
Candidates will first reflect on and provide details of their organisation’s current strengths and weaknesses in relation to each branch of the NEBOSH ‘wellbeing tree’.
The second portion of the assessment involves producing an intervention plan. Candidates must choose and describe three interventions to improve wellbeing in their place of work. For each choice a justification must be provided, as well as a plan to assess the effectiveness of each intervention.
Once you complete the course and assessment, a confirmation of results is available immediately. This certificate can be printed or saved as proof of completion.
If you fail the assessment, it can be retaken at no additional cost.
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Health and Safety Awareness for Employees
Under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, employers are required to ensure that workers are provided with adequate information and training to minimise risks at work.
As well as minimising the risks associated with physical wellbeing, employers are responsible for protecting the mental health of their employees. This includes stress associated with work.