NHSGGC Remote Training Programme28 April 2022
28 Apr 2022
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How to Boost Resilience at Work
This interactive 2-hour session is suitable for both managers and employees and will help you to:-
- Understand the links between pressure, stress, performance and health
- Measure personal resilience (using a questionnaire providing scores on 8 dimensions of resilience)
- Identify actions you, as an employer, can take to build employee and team resilience
- Identify how you can help your employees to build their personal resilience
Glasgow Credit Union - Good Money Management
This 90-minute webinar outlines the importance of budgeting and includes some budgeting tips, how the credit scoring system works, and explains some financial terminology. The session is aimed at anyone with an interest, and helps build confidence and provide tips to improve money management, and enhance attendees’ abilities to take control of their finances.
Supporting your Staff with their Money Wellbeing - What you can do to help
From rising fuel and energy costs to increasing food bills, many people will be struggling with the financial impact of recent changes. This 2-hour interactive session looks at practical measures that employers can take, to reduce the negative impact of money worries, on both employees and workplaces. The session is suitable for managers, HR, staff side representatives and occupational health staff.
Home Energy Scotland Webinar - Helping you Save Energy at Home
Wed 25/05/22 & Tue 21/06/22
Many people will be worried about the rising cost of energy or perhaps the urgent problem of climate change. Home Energy Scotland (HES) is funded by the Scottish Government, providing free, impartial energy advice and support.
This one-hour webinar is suitable for anyone with an interest, and will give an overview of how to save energy and reduce fuel bills, enabling you to save money and also save the planet.
Supporting & Managing Staff with Long COVID
This two-hour interactive session aims to raise awareness of the impact of Long COVID in the workplace, and to improve knowledge and understanding of best practice in managing employees with Long COVID. The session is aimed at managers and HR staff.
Returning to the Workplace: Supporting Staff Mental Health and Wellbeing
This interactive 2-hour session is suitable for both managers and employees. We will discuss how to look after our mental health and wellbeing at work in a constantly changing world. We will raise awareness of COVID-related anxiety and stress when returning to the office and/or hybrid working; and share practical tips and ideas on how to create healthy and sustainable working conditions as well as looking after ourselves.
Keeping People Safe at Work: Undertaking Effective Risk Assessments
In a constantly changing world, where new risks can arise unexpectedly, employers need to keep people safe at work by undertaking effective risk assessments.
This 1-hour session aims to:
• outline the key requirements of risk assessments and the terms used
• describe the five steps to risk assessments
• explain how to identify hazards and evaluate risks, including COVID-19
• signpost to sources of further advice, guidance and support
Keep Active at Work: Combating Sedentary Behaviour
This fun and interactive session, for anyone with an interest, looks at how our work environments and settings contribute to sedentary behaviour, and will discuss some easy to implement solutions for being more active during our work days. Delegates will also get the opportunity to try out some simple keep fit and stretching activities.
Towards a Healthier Workplace: Reducing Gambling Harm
This 90-minute interactive session aims to raise awareness of the impact of gambling harm in the workplace. We will also share examples of best practice in supporting employees and reducing gambling harm in the workplace. The session is suitable for managers and HR staff.
Cancer Research UK Workplace Webinar/Q&A
In this hour-long session, Cancer Research UK will encourage people to make choices that could reduce their risk of cancer and increase their chances of detecting it early. It will also cover which cancer screening programmes are available. At the end there will be time for questions and answers.
Good Sleep Supports Good Health
Sleep is essential for our physical health and immune system, as well as for our emotional and mental wellbeing. Working from home, money worries and health concerns have all added to make this an unsettling and stressful time for many. This 90-minute session will focus on the challenges of sleeping well and the importance of good sleep; providing sources of information and support.
Supporting Mental Health: Breathing Space
COVID 19 has had a huge impact on mental health. Sometimes people’s thoughts and feelings overwhelm them to the point where it becomes difficult to cope with everyday life. It’s important that workplaces know what support is available.
NHS 24 provides a suite of mental health services, including Breathing Space. At this webinar you will find out about their latest campaign ‘You Matter, We Care – for better mental health in Scotland’ and also resources including ‘The Little Book of Caring Ways’. This webinar lasts approximately 45 minutes and is aimed at anyone with an interest.
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Also available, but with a separate booking process
Line Managers - Managing Alcohol & Drugs in the Workplace Online Training
The Glasgow Healthy Working Lives Team is pleased to be able to offer this free online training course from Alcohol Focus Scotland. The course has a maximum of 12 places available, offered on a first-come, first served basis. In order to gain maximum benefit from it, you should book only if you have line management responsibility. We would ask you to commit to attending if you secure a place, and if you are no longer able to, let us know as far in advance as possible so we can offer the place to another delegate.
Please see below for further details, including a link to book.
Training aimed at providing participants with an introduction to the impact alcohol and drugs have on Scottish society and specific guidance on how to address alcohol and drug related issues in the workplace.
Who is it for?
Anyone with responsibility for supervising or managing staff.
• Discuss the impact of alcohol and drugs on Scottish society.
• Explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and related restrictions on consumption.
• Discuss good practice in workplace alcohol and drug policy.
• Demonstrate how to raise and manage alcohol and drug related issues in the workplace.
How can I access it?
• Remote tutor led 3 hour session (via Microsoft Teams)
How do I book?
To book a place please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/managing-alcohol-and-drugs-in-the-workplace-registration-323974114297