Research has shown that poor mental health is now the number one reason for staff absence in the UK. The rate of presenteeism is also rising, resulting in reduced wellbeing and productivity of workers.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) have suggested mental ill health cost employers in the region of £24 billion per year. This includes the costs of absenteeism, as well as the costs of reduced productivity whereby stress was the major determinant.
Providing effective training programmes for all staff at risk of exposure to stress and other mental health issue is key to reducing problems and promoting greater wellbeing and productivity.
MOHS has engaged psychotherapists, accredited third parties and industry thought leaders to develop a range of mental health training courses and services.
Our scope is constantly broadening, but here are current programmes:
For further information or to book a place in confidence, please contact Michelle Nicholls, Coordinator of Training Services, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 0121 601 4041.