A mental health training day for trade union members, reps, officers, and organisers to learn more about:
- how to support members
- negotiating and enabling better mental health at work practices and policies
- the role of trade unions in developing mentally healthy workplaces
All attendees will be given a 'goody bag' of literature that they can take back to their workplace to use in their day to day roles and help improve wellbeing and mental health support in their work environments and union roles, including the new edition of the Mental Health at Work Handbook from TUC Education. Attendees must be registered to receive this.
Sessions on the day include:
- How a cancer diagnosis can affect mental wellbeing at work
- Dealing with suicide
- Stress and the workplace
- Men and mental health
- Developing best practice and workplace policies on mental health
And more to be listed as confirmed.
Please book early to guarantee your place.
This event is free to attend for all union members, reps, officers, and organisers and a light lunch will be provided. Unionlearn and TUC are not responsible for reimbursing any travel costs associated with your attendance on the day. Please refer back to your union in the first instance.
This event is sponsored by Unionlearn.
15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX
We’re less than a five-minute walk from Sheffield train station, bus stop and tram stops.
We’re on a pedestrian route which runs from the city centre, past the Winter Gardens and Millennium Galleries and down Howard Street to the Train Station, you can’t miss us!
We’re a short distance from the M1 parkway and Sheffield City Centre. For Sat nav users, simply type in S1 2BX. Our visitors receive 50% discount for Q Park located on Charles Street, S1 2NJ. Be sure to collect an exit voucher from our Box Office or The Workstation Reception.
Closer by, there is limited on street parking on Brown Street, with some disabled parking bays next to our venue, and we are across the road from Sheffield Science Park car park which usually has spaces in the evening.
We want to be as welcoming, inclusive and accessible as possible for all our customers, audiences, staff and visitors.