Workplace Wellbeing Training

Poor mental health is now the number one reason for employee absence, with at least one in six workers experiencing common mental health problems such as anxiety and depression in any given week.

Workplace wellbeing training from Devon Mind offers a cost-effective way to promote mental wellbeing in your organisation and at home. We aim to enhance workplace wellbeing by raising awareness, sharing practical strategies and increasing confidence to support others. We deliver courses to a growing range of local companies, national organisations, universities, colleges and blue light services such as the police, fire, coastguard and ambulance.

We offer the following range of courses:

This internationally recognised course enables delegates to become a Mental Health First Aider in the workplace.
Increases knowledge on mental health and covers a range of topics including diagnoses and treatments.
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST). Become more willing, ready and able to recognise and intervene effectively to help persons at risk of suicide
Aimed at line managers, this course increases confidence around HR processes, how to prevent and support sickness absence and other practical tools.
This course explores characteristics of a resilient person and aims to help delegates recognise, build and maintain their own resilience.
Covers topics such as definitions, history and psychology of self-harm, and how to help people who are using self-harm as a coping strategy.
Understand the principles of peer support and the skills development needed to train peer supporters.
We can design a personalised training package that suits the needs and priorities of your organisation.


We also have a number of scheduled courses that are open to the public. Please visit our ‘Upcoming Courses’ Page to book a place.


For all training enquiries, please contact our training team: Tel: 01752 512280
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