Mental Health Training
A brighter approach to prevention
Our training and consultancy services help organisations to build a healthier workforce. A portfolio of over 80 training modules is delivered by seasoned clinicians and academics, covering everything from the importance of sleep and diet to the impact of Covid-19 on mental health. We work with the C-suite and managers to ensure their workforce receives a tailored service, including face-to-face, remote, and e-learning content.
Invest in your team
Did you know that poor mental health collectively costs UK employers up to £45 billion each year? Whether you are a small company or large corporate employer, we can provide targeted mental health training for any part of your workforce. We also offer board level reporting on insights, trends and risks for your organisation, and workforce screening to identify problems with staff mental health before they happen. This helps you put a complete safety net in place.
With over 80 training modules to choose from, training packages can be tailored to suit your business and delivered remotely or face to face in a number of formats. From quick lunchtime sessions for all staff to detailed learning programmes for managers.
The Onebright difference
Most training providers are training-only companies, wellbeing specialists or large groups who cover the whole of healthcare. Onebright is differentiated as we are true experts in mental health. We purposefully choose not to dilute our expertise by expanding to other health services, making us niche in the market.
At Onebright we work with mental health clinicians who are experts in research and corporate mental health. The specific expertise of our trainers inspires trust, encourages open dialogue around mental health and effectively upskills an employee’s ability to support issues with mental health in the workplace.
Onebright’s training methodology is based on the Kolb Learning Model, which is a goal-directed and behaviour-learning approach. It is built on a concept that involves distinct stages of concrete learning, reflective observation and abstract conceptualisation and active experimentation. From a training perspective, this means that delegates acquire skills, knowledge, and the ability to apply what is learnt to a range of situations and scenarios.
During Covid-19 we have harnessed digital training and collaboration tools – including the creative use of Miro, Invision, Mentimeter and use of breakout rooms with multiple facilitators for Zoom and MS Teams. The content is population specific, which provides a richer learning experience and resonates with the audience. Population-specific variables are derived through qualitative and quantitative thematic data analysis.
Our training modules cover everything from the importance of sleep and diet to the impact of Covid-19 on mental health. Here are six of our most popular courses.