If you are responsible for leading or managing others in the workplace - you need this training NOW!
​​​​​​​Learn what your responsibility is for your staff with regard to mental health issues 
Under each state's work health and safety (WH&S) legislation, the employer is obligated, so far as is reasonably practicable, to provide a safe and healthy workplace. This means they must take action to prevent or lessen potential risks to the health and safety of all employees, including their mental well-being.

In practice, this gives all employees a right to working conditions that do not cause a mental health condition or aggravate any existing mental health condition.
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Included in the training:
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*A Management Self-Guided Video Course – 17 bite-sized videos, suitable for smartphone, tablet or laptop viewing.

* Video examples of what a conversation looks like.

* Clear instructions on how to record information - should a claim arise this information is invaluable.

* Lifetime access - Updates in legislation will result in any necessary amendments to the course, which you will have instant access to.

* 80 minutes of up-to-date information based on the latest Australian legislation

* 21 Day money back guarantee


ALL FOR A PRICE OF $75 +GST
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Want to add the full management package and employee training? You can upgrade using the link below
Testimonials For The Full Training
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Who Are Workplace Relationships?

Workplace Relationships is a consultancy company offering training and coaching to companies in the development of their employees.

We specialise in advising on and implementing practical solutions when dealing with conflict resolution, mental health support in the workplace and employee issues.

Through the education and engagement of employees across an organisation, we work to create workplaces that put relationships at the heart of their business.

visit www.workplacerelationships.com.au 

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