If you missed our March webinar, this might be an opportune time for you to catch up with it via our website as ‘Resilience’, the subject of the webinar is also one of the main themes of this year’s annual Learning at Work Week which gets under way today (18 May).
The guest speaker for our March webinar was Sudhir Daya, founder and director of Integrated Health, who spoke about the importance of psychological resilience and its relationship to stress. We know from the response we received to his talk at the time that it is a subject in which there is a huge amount of interest.
Posturite Webinars, held on the third Friday lunchtime of every month – WorkRite also hosts a monthly webinar on the second Friday of the month – are just one way in which we support the aims of Learning at Work Week, an event that the Campaign for Learning has organised every year since 1999.
Here are some of the other ways we help vast numbers of people to learn at work
E-Learning – Tens of thousands of people around the country now receive their essential DSE and health and safety training via WorkRite’s fast-growing library of e-learning courses, all supported by an online management system widely recognised as the best in the business
Training – Each year we deliver hundreds of training courses throughout the UK that help people to gain or improve skills such as DSE assessing, First Aid, manual handling and fire safety.
Seminars – We host a large number of free half-day seminars around the country designed to help businesses keep up to date with the latest developments on a range of health and safety at work issues. Sit/stand working, staff enablement, reasonable adjustments, stress management, flexible working, cost effective ergonomics, the use of defibrillators and evacuation chairs, and online learning all feature in the programme.
Learning Resourses – We hold a large library of learning resources to help people to sit and work more safely and comfortably whether in the office or at home. Any of the subjects can be downloaded as PDFs from our website so that you can print them out yourself.
To find out more about Learning at Work Week, visit www.campaign-for-learning.org.uk/cfl/learningatworkweek.