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Mental Health Awareness Training

Nearly two-thirds of people say that they have experienced a mental health issue. Our course aims to remove the stigma surrounding mental health & to encourage people to ask for help when they need it.

40mHuman Resources

Mental Health Awareness Training for Managers

Poor mental health is a major issue at work. It will almost certainly have an impact on the productivity of your staff and it can create a negative working environment. The course is designed to make management teams aware of mental health issues inside and outside the workplace.

50mHuman Resources Management

Managing Anxiety Training

Anxiety can affect anyone. Sometimes people will experience anxiety on a daily basis but for others it may be less often. Either way, it is important to understand how to deal with worrying feelings so you can remain in control. This course will help you manage anxious thoughts.

25mHuman Resources

Resilience Training

Anyone can develop resilience, as long as they have the tools and are willing to put in some time and commitment. This 35 minute course is full of content to help build resilience, using the renowned 5 pillars method.

35mSoft Skills

Stress Awareness & Management Training

Our Stress Awareness Training has been approved by IOSH for your reassurance and can be completed online in just 30 minutes. It’s a hassle-free way of learning the signs of workplace stress and how to combat them.

30mHuman Resources

Mental Health Awareness Training for Carers and Nurses

Workers in the care sector are vulnerable to a variety of mental health issues. This Mental Health for Care Workers Training programme was designed to spread awareness of mental ill-health in the care sector and to break the stigma surrounding it.

40mHuman Resources

Mental Health in Construction Training

Unfortunately, construction workers are prone to stress, anxiety and depression for a number of different factors. This Mental Health in Construction Training programme was designed to spread awareness of mental ill-health in the construction sector and to break the stigma surrounding it.

40mHuman Resources

Mental Health Awareness Training for Education Professionals

This Mental Health Awareness Training programme Education Professionals was designed to spread awareness of mental ill-health in the education sector and to break the stigma surrounding it.

40mHuman Resources

Mindfulness Training

This Mindfulness Training course has been designed to help the learner understand and practice mindfulness and also teaches the benefits of mindfulness inside and outside of the workplace.

10mSoft Skills

Emotional Intelligence Training

This Emotional Intelligence Training course has been designed to help the learner develop and demonstrate their emotional intelligence, which they can put to very good use each day in and outside the workplace.

10mSoft Skills

Our team of experts

We’ve helped thousands of UK businesses easily work towards compliance with Health & Safety and HR legislation...

We take the topic of Mental Health very seriously at iHASCO, and my team have collectively dedicated thousands of hours to ensuring that our Mental Health & Wellbeing courses and resources help all organisations to break the negative stigma surrounding mental wellbeing.

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Lottie Galvin Project Manager & Mental Health First Aider at iHASCO

What are my legal responsibilities as an employer for mental health?

As a responsible employer, it is your duty of care to ensure that you provide full support for your employees in relation to mental health and wellbeing. But, how can you ensure you’re doing everything you can to comply with the regulations 

Prioritising mental health and wellbeing means you’ll meet the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. It also demonstrates your commitment to creating an inclusive work environment for your employees, encouraging them to share any concerns about their mental health. 

The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 states that employers have a responsibility for the health and safety of all employees, this includes mental health and wellbeing.

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Frequently asked questions

Mental health and wellbeing training will help you to improve employer-employee relationships, promote a more positive work environment and increase awareness of what constitutes a good work/life balance. These courses also help you to reduce work-related stress and manage the risks of stress-related illnesses.
We offer a selection of online mental health and wellbeing courses to suit your individual needs. These include Sector-specific training - E.g. mental health in construction, education, and the care sector, mindfulness training, mental health training for managers, general mental health awareness training, training for managing anxiety at work, resilience training, stress awareness, and management training.
There are no rules surrounding when mental health and wellbeing courses should be refreshed, nor is it a legal requirement to provide training of this nature. However, we recommend that these courses, particularly Mental Health and Stress Awareness, are taken at least annually to help staff keep on top of things.
It's easy to purchase an online mental health and wellbeing course with iHASCO. If you're looking to purchase a course for just a single user you can checkout via our website by selecting a course and clicking the 'buy now' button. We also have a number of packages for training teams that you can purchase online, but we recommend requesting a quote to get the most tailored option for you.