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Equip your leaders and employees with the insights, tools and strategies to identify and control for psychosocial hazards, and create a positive psychological health and safety culture.

Do your managers and supervisors know how to respond to mental health issues? Do they have the knowledge and skills to prevent or manage psychosocial risks? Do they understand their obligations around privacy and confidentiality? Do they know how to design and implement adjustments, supporting the employee and the needs of the business?

Course | Psychological Health & Safety MasterClass

Delivery: eLearning  | Duration: Self-paced | Number of modules: 3

This course is designed for all managers, team leaders, supervisors, Human Resources and safety personnel to be able to identify and assess psychosocial hazards and design appropriate policies and procedures to manage these in the workplace, thus creating an ecosystem that will allow your employees, and your business, to thrive.

Government Occupational Safety and Health regulations and Codes of Practice now place greater statutory responsibility on organisations for identifying and managing psychosocial hazards in the workplace.

In this eLearning course, participants will learn to identify, assess and design appropriate policies and procedures to manage psychosocial hazards in the workplace.


Course | Workplace Mental Health for Leaders

Delivery: eLearning | Duration: Self-paced | Number of modules: 4

Designed for all Managers, Team Leaders, Supervisors, Human Resources and Safety Personnel to develop the skills and strategies to identify and address mental health issues and risks in the workplace, while building a culture of psychosocial safety and wellbeing for employees.

There is an increasing focus on the roles and responsibilities of leaders around managing psychosocial safety and more generally, workplace mental health and wellbeing. It is essential that your leaders have the knowledge and skills to be able to meet their obligations in this area.

Mental health issues have significant impacts in the workplace through employee workdays lost and reduced productivity. The estimated economic loss is up to $39 billion1. With 1 in 5 people experiencing mental illness each year2, what is this costing your business?

To minimise these impacts and to meet your legal obligations around psychosocial safety, it is essential leaders develop the skills to support their employees’ mental health while balancing the needs of the business. By focussing on these key areas, your organisation will benefit with a more engaged workforce, improved employee retention and productivity in an environment where both your people and business can thrive.

1 Based on Productivity Commission data, Mental Health, Inquiry Report, No. 95. Licensed under CC BY 3.0 Australia
2 Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics data, 2007. Licensed under CC BY 4.0 International

Course | Leading Positively Through Change

Delivery: eLearning | Duration: Self-paced | Number of modules: 1

Designed for Board Directors, Executive Teams, Managers, Change Management Leaders, Team Leaders and Supervisors who want to learn how to guide their team and business through times of change, so it aligns with your organisation’s values and supports your greatest asset: your people.

Adapting to change is vital for the ongoing success of any business.

But when leaders focus on the WHAT and WHEN of change, instead of their people (the WHO), employees can become stressed, resistant and an impediment to the process. Discover the five-step leadership model and learn strategies to make change management a positive, values-based experience that empowers your people and organisation to bloom.


Course | Healthy Minds, Flourishing Workplaces

Delivery: eLearning | Duration: Self-paced | Number of modules: 3

Designed for all employees, and organisations in need of a customised resource to create a positive mental health culture in your workplace to support your people, so everyone can flourish, and your organisation can thrive.

We all have a role to play in creating a positive mental health culture,but there is often stigma around mental health in our workplaces. Develop an understanding of mental health conditions, challenge myths and negative stereotypes around them, and learn how to positively support your colleagues in a non-judgmental manner while nurturing your own mental health and wellbeing.


Course | Building Buoyancy: Coping with stress and change

Delivery: eLearning | Duration: 6 weeks | Number of modules: 6

Designed for individuals and workplace teams** to foster personal mental health and wellbeing.

Rising stress and anxiety levels affect our quality of life, relationships and general health and wellbeing, and can influence our workplace morale and productivity.

Discover how to proactively boost your own mental health and wellbeing before stress, anxiety and life’s challenges overwhelm you.

This 5-step, mental health self-care course helps you to actively develop emotional buoyancy. You will learn strategies and techniques to manage stressful situations, stay calm under pressure, bounce back from adversity, and find balance to live a values-based life.

**The course is not suitable for mandatory training as it includes self-reflection exercises.

Course | Engaging with Empathy

Delivery: eLearning | Duration: Self-paced | Number of modules: 4

Designed for all employees and individuals wanting to develop the knowledge and skills to understand themselves, their relationships with other people, and how to engage with empathy and compassion without imposing judgment or bias.

Our workplaces today are diverse, and employees bring a range of different experiences and personal challenges to their roles.

If we are to build positive relationships, we need the knowledge and skills to engage with empathy and compassion to understand another person’s perspective without imposing our own judgment or bias.


Course | Fostering Belonging

Delivery: eLearning | Duration: Self-paced | Number of modules: 3

As a society, we should aim to include all people in our workplaces

Including a diverse range of people in your workplace allows for more creative and innovative output and better retention of staff, amongst other benefits. Unfortunately, there is still so much exclusion in our society, in our workplaces and in our services.

Through undertaking this course, you will discover some of the barriers to equity, diversity and inclusion and what you can do to overcome these barriers. On completion you will be able to identify your own personal barriers and biases and identify some steps you can take to create an inclusive workplace through your own words and behaviours. We encourage you to work together to create a workplace culture which appreciates differences and creates safe spaces where everyone can be their full selves at work and therefore be comfortable contributing and encouraging diverse ideas, fostering innovation and enabling us each to flourish.

Yes. Overwhelmingly, the feedback we receive from our eLearning courses is that they provide an interesting and engaging way of learning. Through the assessments, participants learn how to immediately apply the content into their work roles.

We understand it can be challenging to coordinate busy leaders to attend a full day of face to face training. However, given the obligations organisations have around creating psychosocial safety in the workplace, this training is essential for leaders to access. Our eLearning courses have been designed to be flexible to help you overcome the barriers of face to face training and enhance learning outcomes.

The feedback we get from eLearning course participants is that the flexibility of completing the course in their own time is a key benefit, and that the application of the learning through the assessments helps them to contextualise the content for their role and to identify how they can implement the learnings straight away.

Our Workplace Mental Health eLearning courses are:

We enable your leaders to progress in their own time at their own pace. eLearning courses include bonus modules and content (not included in our current 1-day in-person course), so through our eLearning courses you can access more content, with less time commitment.


The courses include demonstration videos to help participants identify how they can put the skills learnt into practice. Our eLearning courses are available to participants for 12 months after purchase to enable them to come back and review the content and resources as issues arise.


Some of our eLearning courses include qualitative assessments, where the participant is prompted to apply the knowledge and skills learnt into their own work/life context.

If included, we mark assessments and provide feedback on any errors or gaps, offering additional resources and reminders if needed. Once your group has completed the eLearning course, we offer a 1-hour group video conferencing session with our Director Tasha Broomhall.

Tasha customises this session based on the assessments your participants have submitted and contextualises what they have learnt in the course for their roles, filling potential gaps in their knowledge and answering any questions about how to apply their knowledge.

I was sceptical undertaking a mental health course online but was actually surprised about how valuable this was. There were some great approaches to conversations and case examples.

M.Robertson, Operations Manager

There is no official workplace mental health certification, however you will receive a certificate of completion and a stack of tools and resources to help you fulfil your role in the workplace.

You can login to the eLearning course and complete assessments from any device. You can watch the videos from your donga at night or sitting in the car waiting for your little one’s soccer training to finish!

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Equip your leaders and employees with the insights, tools and strategies they need to recognise and address psychosocial safety issues proactively.

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