I-act’s unique courses, designed specifically for the workplace to build resilience and well being. Proactive with a global reach – I-act is unique in encompassing global business learning together regardless of the continent they live in.
Whether a business is large or small, international, national or local, I-act teaches life changing skills to ensure people and their workplaces thrive – not just survive.
All cultures, all industries cohesively learn together these core skills to ensure their own wellbeing as well as wellbeing in those around them reducing the psychosocial risk in the workplace whilst increasing resilience.
There are two courses available delivered virtually over a flexible four hour period. Each can be standalone accreditation or part of a multiple training programme to secure a bespoke outcome. Both courses include the following knowledge:
- Over 50 self-care tools
- Accredited by the Royal College of Psychiatrists
- Registration valid for three years with access to I-act’s website tools
- 1st response approach to support someone in distress AND pro-active, preventative approach to build individual and workplace resilience
- 168 easy to access key information manual
- A personal intervention evaluation tool
- A personal development tool
- Mental health wellbeing and resilience
- Understanding low mood and depression
- Understanding stress, anxiety and anxiety disorders
- Understanding psychosis
- Understanding personality disorders and dissociative disorders
- Issues which may affect someone’s mental health and wellbeing
- Other signs of distress
- Improve wellbeing
- Advocate and access further help and support
- Connect and communicate with people
- Tools and advice
For the managers version, there is an additional emphasis on the legal risks of not ensuring workplaces and people are as mentally well, thriving and resilient as possible
Managing and Promoting Positive Mental Health & Wellbeing – aimed at those leading teams
Understanding and Promoting Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing – aimed at frontline staff, not leading others.
Seeing the difference this unique tool makes to employers and workplaces compared with less robust, fit for purpose products on the market is inspiring.
Employers investing in this training reduce the risk of staff burnout, staff churn, brand reputation and employment tribunals. The return on their investment compared to the potential costs of risks mentioned, makes delivering I-act courses a ‘no brainer’.