Lifeline Corporate Training short courses – awareness to recognise, respond and refer
Help us, to help others
There are many benefits of engaging Lifeline corporate training. The expertise and experience of many years of Crisis Support training, professional and reputable resources, and our training promotes a mentally healthy workplace for which the return on investment is significant. Here in Queensland there is an additional benefit of supporting our service. All profits raised from training in Queensland go back into our Crisis Support Service where revenue has a direct impact in meeting call demand, and ultimately saves lives.
Workplaces are impacted by mental health issues and suicide. It is therefore essential that they offer health and wellbeing programs to their workforce to:
- Be an employer of choice
- Improve work performance and productivity
- Reduce costs associated with underperformance, absenteeism, presenteeism and workers compensation
- Improve organisational culture and staff retention
- Demonstrate corporate social responsibility.
Research indicates that organisations that do not support the health and wellbeing of their employees are four times more likely to lose talent within a year. This can have a major impact on profitability and performance given that the cost of replacing an employee is estimated at a minimum of 75% of the employee's annual salary.
Global research has found that when employee health and wellness is managed well, employee engagement, creativity and innovation increases by around 50%. Employees who feel supported and have high levels of well-being are part of work teams with lower workers' compensation costs.
Training available in many subject areas including:
- Suicide (Prevention, Awareness & Intervention)
- Mental Health
- Domestic Violence
- Crisis Support
- Challenging Interactions
- Communication & Peer Support
Nationally recognised training available.
We also offer free 20 minute information sessions to community groups and workplaces.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 0429 044 546.