Managing Mental Health Return to Work in First Responder Organizations Distance Learning Program
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This day-long training session helps supervisors build their own “Supervisors Toolkit” of resources to support healthy, safe and successful stay at work and return to work after an absence of a worker due to a mental health condition.
 
Goals and Objectives: 

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

- Describe the impact of Chronic Stress and Traumatic Stress Exposures on First Responders
- Acquire a non-clinical understanding of the mental health continuum
- Review legislation and policies that can impact the return to work process
- Discuss important factors that improve or inhibit a person’s ability to stay at work or successfully return to work following an absence due to mental injury
- Understand the impact of stigma on help-seeking behaviors and return to work
- Use workplace context to describe disability management and the benefits of a successful return to work process/program
- Discuss communication and reintegration strategies for workers returning to work. Focus on supervisor actions, with a brief overview of the management and worker responsibilities. 
- Build an individualized supervisors toolkit that can be used in the workplace to support successful stay at work or return to work

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Available sessions
Tony Hart
May 26th, 2021
Time: 08:30 to 16:30
Distance Learning Session via Zoom
Price: $150.00 + HST
SKU: 13918
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