Wellbeing at work for Carers in Employment

Hello and welcome to your Carers in Employment Training the Trainers Wellbeing programme. Your programme provides 40 notional hours of learning/CPD, and is divided into 6 units. Each unit has learning/training tasks that really help you to bring about change in the workplace. You will need to complete the compulsory part of each unit in order to become a certified Wellbeing Trainer.

This programme is for employed carers and for people who’s role it is to support the wellbeing of employed carers in the workplace. This programme acknowledges that carers work in two places, the formal paid workplace and the informal unpaid role as carer. For this second role we include you as part of the Third Workforce, which is over 7 million strong and sits between health and social care. Based on substantial research, the programmes are designed to facilitate individual and workplace practices that will improve wellbeing.

This programme is practically focused and competency based and aligns with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) best practice and legislative requirements of wellbeing at work.

For further information on this programme, and how to enrol please contact us.

First Level Doctor’s Programme – Wellbeing at Work

Doctors and nurses using laptop in meeting

Hello and welcome to our Wellbeing First Level Programme. This blended learning programme is designed with and for the medical profession, and requires you to engage with face-to-face and e-learning sessions. The programme aligns with the General Medical Council’s (GMC) Generic Professional Capabilities framework, and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidance on managing workplace stress. With 25 hours CPD formerly acknowledged by the Royal College of Physicians, the programme is designed for you to accumulate bespoke skills and knowledge that will develop your career as a medical educator. The programme has a strong emphasis on application to the workplace and is intended for Doctors who have completed or are studying towards a Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Education or an MSc in Medical Education.

For further information on this programme, and how to enrol please contact us.

I have thoroughly enjoyed the sessions. I feel I have a practical toolkit that I can apply to any team structure and may look to use with chronic pain patients. I think it could be usefully applied within the appraisal process. Very helpful.

(Consultant Physician)

This has been an inspiring day and a half. I hope I can take some of this toolkit away to improve our ST1 induction but perhaps to take on the more difficult task of empowering my colleagues to embrace the changes which are underway.

(Consultant Obstetrician)

Really enjoyable and thought provoking two days. Very helpful to have a model in which to ground resilience and wellbeing concepts and practice.

(Manager Wales Deanery)

Enjoyed the course very much, will help us in Swansea deliver a resilience training package. Great faculty and colleagues.

(Consultant Paediatrician)