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Wellbeing in the Workplace Training



Gain: Gain knowledge and practical skills that can be adopted in the workplace to increase workplace health and well-being.

Purpose: Create awareness and provide preventative measures to manage stress and resilience so that employees benefit from a positive workplace and businesses can thrive. 

Audience: Employers who want to develop a wellness strategy that supports employees to shine. Employees gain skills to manage their well-being in the workplace, leading to reduced stress and increased productivity. 

Expertise: Facilitated by expert trainers who will engage, challenge, and motivate you during the workshops 

Delivery: virtual classroom or in-person training   

(CPD-Certified Wellbeing at Work Online E-Learning Course Bundle also available)

Cost: Contact us for a quote. 



  • Myself: body, mind and environment
  • My team: creating a positive culture 
  • My organisation: a review of company policies, including dignity and respect policy


  • Work-Life Balance
  • Physical Activity 
  • Duty of Care
  • Work Environment
  • Company Policies
  • Bullying
  • Harassment
  • What can employers and employees do?

Course Overview

Whether you are a leader interested in embedding workplace well-being into the organisation’s culture or an employee looking to develop tools and techniques to deal with stress and build resilience, then this course is for you. 

This workplace wellbeing course gives learners an increased understanding of what wellbeing in the workplace means and helps them adopt simple strategies to take care of their health and wellbeing while at work. 

The facilitator will provide insight into factors affecting well-being and signs to recognise the triggers leading to poor mental health. They will also provide the learners with practical tips on improving their overall health and well-being in the workplace.  

About The Course

Learning Outcome

  • Gain a greater understanding of the importance of mental health in the workplace.  
  • Know the triggers of poor mental health. 
  • Gain strategies to help promote mental health, both physically and emotionally. 
  • Be able to promote a positive mental health culture among their colleagues. 
  • Complete a self-assessment of their well-being at work and develop an action plan to continue to nurture their health and well-being. 

Workplace well-being course details: the modules involved (just a list of them), the entry requirements, duration, etc     

  • Myself: Body, Mind and Environment  
  • My Team: Creating a Positive Culture 
  • My Organisation: Review of Company Policies, including Dignity and Respect 
  • Hybrid Working  
  • Work-Life Balance 
  • Physical Activity 
  • Duty of Care 
  • Work Environment 
  • Bullying 
  • Harassment
  • What can employers and employees do?

The course duration is 2 hours and is suitable for anyone looking at developing in this area. 

Who is this course for?

This workplace well-being course is for you if you want to learn about the different types of well-being and what you can do to make the necessary changes that lead to a more harmonious work-life balance. Build resilience and discover coping mechanisms to deal with stress and burnout. 

Managers/leaders – If you want to develop a well-being strategy, we can help you. It’s key if you want to have a healthy, engaged, and committed workforce. It will help in the areas of retention, stress management, absence, and the reduction in attrition.

Benefits of the course

Wellbeing improves:

  • Morale 
  • Loyalty 
  • Productivity 
  • Creativity 
  • Decisions making  
  • Staff relations

Wellbeing reduces:

  • Poor decisions 
  • Health care costs 
  • Absenteeism 
  • Presentism  
  • Turnover 
  • Accidents 

Some of the overall benefits include:

  • It helps to create a positive workplace culture 
  • Supports work-life balance  
  • Reduction is the levels of unnecessary stress leading to burnout 

Providing HR Support For Almost 20 Years

Get in Touch

We would love to hear from you. You can contact us as below:

The HR Suite, 13 Upper Baggot Street,
2nd Floor, Dublin 4. DO4 W7K5

The HR Suite, Pier 17 Dingle Road,
Tralee, Co. Kerry. V92 R6DX (HQ)

The HR Suite, 12 South Mall,
Centre, Cork. T12 RD43

[email protected]+353 (0)1 901 4335+353 (0)66 7102887

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What is workplace wellbeing?

Workplace well-being or corporate well-being simply put is feeling good about yourself, your surroundings and life in general. It promotes a sense of purpose, satisfaction, and control. 

Well-being combines one’s physical, mental, social, and emotional well-being. 

Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, the standard duty of care places  an obligation on your business to do everything ‘that is reasonably practicable’ to protect the mental and physical well-being of your employees. 

Mental health affects physical health and vice versa. Other obligations include supporting employees but not putting them at risk, always acting in the interest of the employee and harnessing a safe place to work. 

Why is wellbeing important in the workplace?

Wellbeing initiatives in the workplace can support the building of relationships, reduce stress, creates a more positive environment and leads to increased productivity. It can help with absenteeism and attrition. Employees become more loyal and less likely to leave. Some wellbeing initiatives put into action are Step challenges or walking events, wellness newsletters, flexible working, international days, and wellness webinars.

How to promote mental health and wellbeing in the workplace?

Before you do anything, ask your employees what would they like to see included in your wellness strategy. Create a committee made up of well-being champions from different areas of the business. If your employees are involved from the start, it becomes their strategy and the more likely you will buy into the different initiatives you run. 

Communication is key when promoting well-being initiatives – use social platforms, flyers, notice boards and of course those ambassadors driving your strategy. You also may want to incentivise to increase participation rates. 

But remember keep going, if an event is a failure, get up and try again! 

What other services do The HR Suite offer?

The HR Suite offers best-practice human resources and people development services, including employment law advice, best-practice training, and development solutions. We pride ourselves on assisting our clients with the design and development of large-scale projects in the areas of people and culture, values, core competencies, and employee engagement initiatives.

The HR Suite has a dedicated learning and development team that is experienced in all areas of HR training, soft skills training, and people development for clients nationwide and on a global scale. 

The HR Suite offers both off-the-shelf training courses and bespoke and tailored training solutions to meet the needs of our clients. Through engagement with our clients, in-depth scoping of projects, and design by our experienced team, the HR Suite ensures the training aims to drive improvement in both performance and behaviour.

The HR Suite recognises that training needs to be accessible to all, and with this in mind, it launched an eLearning platform. This platform facilitates self-directed learning but, most importantly, offers accessible learning and appeals to various learning styles. 

We also target employees and employers with high-quality HR training courses.  Some of them include an employment law course, leadership development programme, workplace wellbeing course, people management course, management development programme, diversity and inclusion training, time management course, conflict management course, menopause in the workplace training, performance management course and plenty more. Check them out on our HR training page.

The HR Suite is proud to say the eLearning courses are all CPD-certified.

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