What’s in the ‘Develop’ package?
The ‘Develop’ package includes all ‘Protect’ options:
- Media Awareness Campaign:
Dorset Mind Works will support you with a range of posters and online engagement tools to raise the profile of your wellbeing strategy and upcoming training courses.
- Training Courses:
Dorset Mind Works offer a suite of 6 courses to choose from that improve workplace wellbeing. Bespoke courses can be written to a company’s specific needs.
- Training Outcomes Report and Analysis:
After your expert training, a report will be provided containing the overall Net Promoter Score from any courses delivered, alongside an overview of detailed written delegate feedback.
- Signposting to Resources:
Post-course email and telephone support will be available from the training team at Dorset Mind, that signposts employees to internal and external resources that can help them to stay mentally healthy.
- Awarded the Protect Accreditation:
The Protect Accreditation from Dorset Mind will be awarded, which confirms the level of wellbeing engagement your company makes. This accreditation will remain in place for up to 24 months, at which point Continual Professional Development (CPD) will be required to retain the accreditation.
In addition, we provide:
- Rapid Response Support:
This service provides customer-led targetted support within a short time frame, for example we have delivered therapeutic support to staff in their workplace after the suicide of a colleague.
- One FREE Mental Health Talk:
We can provide a key-note speaker to deliver a 1 hour talk on mental health, at a time of your choosing. Clients often utilise this in Mental Health Awareness Week in May.
- One Consultancy Meeting:
We share local trends and experience with businesses to assist with their strategy development, in line with the ‘Thriving at Work’ Review 2017* standards (see below).
*’Thriving at Work’ sets out what employers can do to better support all employees, including those with mental health problems to remain in and thrive through work. It includes a detailed analysis that explores the significant cost of poor mental health to UK businesses and the economy as a whole.