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CMHA's Certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor Training program will help individuals who are working to address the issue of mental health in workplaces by implementing the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace.
This in-demand certification provides employees, managers and leaders with an intensive learning experience focused on eliminating barriers and building the case for a mentally healthy work environment
Employers will see those with this certification as skilled change-makers, having the practical expertise to help move organizational wellness strategies forward and implement the Standard in their workplaces.
Introducing the Standard - fundamental knowledge about the Standard.
Presenting the Business Case - learn to formulate effective messages that articulate the benefits not just for employees, but for the bottom line as well.
Preparing for Assessment - focus on the practicalities of assessment, including the tools available and recommended processes.
Making Recommendations - analyzing assessment findings and recommending an action plan that is both valuable and manageable for employers.
The certification training is geared towards a variety of individuals who may be tasked with addressing psychological health and safety in the workplace including professionals in human resources, occupational health and safety, health and wellness, or disability management. Leaders and organizational champions for mental health in the workplace are also encouraged to register.
The training will be held June 13 & 14, 2019 at the Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina. Sessions will run from 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. each day.
Cost is $1250.00 per person with an early bird rate of $1000.00 available for registrations prior to May 15, 2019. This includes course materials and meals for both days.
SPACE IS LIMITED TO 30 -- please book early to ensure your seat.
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