Wellbeing Strategy Course

Wellbeing Strategy Course

NZD $3,999.00

Get serious about how the theory and practice of workplace wellbeing fits into your career plans and how you can make a real difference to the work lives of your colleagues

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WELLBEING STRATEGY COURSE – PILOT PROGRAMME

Internationally, the focus on workplace wellbeing has grown exponentially over the past decade. The impact of COVID-19 has only added to this focus.

Despite a slow start, many New Zealand organisations are now realising the benefits of a strategic wellbeing focus. Gone are the days of yoga and fruit bowls. Many organisations now acknowledge the connection between worker wellbeing and engagement, productivity and sustainability. Wellbeing is becoming an area of competitive advantage and a focus for recruitment and retention of workers.

Now is the perfect time to get serious about how the theory and practice of workplace wellbeing fits into your career plans and how you can make a real difference to the work lives of your colleagues.

To do that you need to think and function at both strategic and operational levels. Learn these skills and more through this exciting new course.

Who is the course for?

  • Established Health & Wellbeing Managers who want to evolve their practice and develop strong wellbeing networks
  • Established professionals who have a wellbeing portfolio as part of their wider role, for example:
    • People & Culture Business Partners – who are responsible for workplace wellbeing
    • Health & Safety Managers/Advisors – who have gained a ‘W’ and become HSW Managers/Advisors
  • Anyone who wants to get serious about a career in workplace wellbeing

How is the course structured?

  • The course consists of 9 modules – delivered every two weeks
  • Learning opportunities for each module consist of:
    • Online reading and links to external material
    • A mix of some or all of: tasks/quizzes/podcasts/videos
    • A two hour facilitated zoom kōrero where learners connect, present information, and problem solve current workplace issues.

 

What does the course cover?

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