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SHEPPARTON WORKSHOP – Workplace Mental Health – 24th Sep

Poor mental health costs Australian businesses over $10.9 billion each year* and the World Health Organisation predicts that depression will be the greatest public health burden by 2030 globally. However, Price Waterhouse Coopers found that workplaces who take a proactive and preventative approach are empowered to minimise the potential challenges and costs associated with the…

BENDIGO WORKSHOP – Workplace Mental Health – 13th Sep

Poor mental health costs Australian businesses over $10.9 billion each year* and the World Health Organisation predicts that depression will be the greatest public health burden by 2030 globally. However, Price Waterhouse Coopers found that workplaces who take a proactive and preventative approach are empowered to minimise the potential challenges and costs associated with the…

BALLARAT WORKSHOP – Workplace Mental Health – 12th Sep

Poor mental health costs Australian businesses over $10.9 billion each year* and the World Health Organisation predicts that depression will be the greatest public health burden by 2030 globally. However, Price Waterhouse Coopers found that workplaces who take a proactive and preventative approach are empowered to minimise the potential challenges and costs associated with the…

GEELONG WORKSHOP – Workplace Mental Health – 11th Sep

Poor mental health costs Australian businesses over $10.9 billion each year* and the World Health Organisation predicts that depression will be the greatest public health burden by 2030 globally. However, Price Waterhouse Coopers found that workplaces who take a proactive and preventative approach are empowered to minimise the potential challenges and costs associated with the…

SYDNEY WORKSHOP – Occupational Violence – 6th Sep

Occupational violence is a growing concern within workplaces and involves physical aggression, verbally threatening situations and working with people who are confused and mentally unwell. Research indicates that poorly managed instances of occupational violence are of great detriment to workers and the workplace as a whole. Occupational violence has been demonstrated to negatively impact; workers…

MELBOURNE WORKSHOP – Workplace Mental Health – 3rd September

Poor mental health costs Australian businesses over $10.9 billion each year* and the World Health Organisation predicts that depression will be the greatest public health burden by 2030 globally. However, Price Waterhouse Coopers found that workplaces who take a proactive and preventative approach are empowered to minimise the potential challenges and costs associated with the…

SYDNEY – Mental Health First Aid Course – 25th & 26th July

P2 Group will be facilitating an accredited Mental Health First Aid certificate course in Sydney on the 25th & 26th July. The two day Mental Health First Aid course provides an evidence based and internationally recognised curriculum. It will educate your team on how to offer initial support to individuals who are; developing a mental health…

SHEPPARTON WORKSHOP – Ageing Workforce – 25th June

The Australian workforce is ageing, creating new challenges for organisations. The result is that the Australian workforce is greatly transforming with mature workers now retiring later and considering career changes. In addition, younger workers have greatly different attitudes towards their careers and their expectations of work than previous generations. This complex and changing dynamic presents…

BENDIGO WORKSHOP – Ageing Workforce – 21st June

The Australian workforce is ageing, creating new challenges for organisations. The result is that the Australian workforce is greatly transforming with mature workers now retiring later and considering career changes. In addition, younger workers have greatly different attitudes towards their careers and their expectations of work than previous generations. This complex and changing dynamic presents…

BALLARAT WORKSHOP – Ageing Workforce – 20th June

The Australian workforce is ageing, creating new challenges for organisations. The result is that the Australian workforce is greatly transforming with mature workers now retiring later and considering career changes. In addition, younger workers have greatly different attitudes towards their careers and their expectations of work than previous generations. This complex and changing dynamic presents…

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