People are the most important asset of any organisation. They directly impact customer experience and their efficiency, or lack of, impacts on organisational success.

The current political and economic climate and organisational change can negatively affect the mindset of employees – impacting performance, increasing absence and potentially effecting the team around them.

ARK has developed a unique programme of wellbeing training workshops and seminars to address stress management and increase mental toughness.

All delegates attending one of our wellbeing training sessions will receive a free Mental Toughness Assessment (MTQ), a unique 48 item high quality psychometric tool that measures mental toughness and describes the mindset that people adopt throughout their professional and personal lives.

Our range of wellbeing training programmes include:

  • Mental Health First Aider certification
  • Managing stress in you and your team
  • Great managers build great teams.

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DATE: 6th October 2021

It’s no longer the employers assessing the candidates, the candidates are now assessing employers. Will you meet their expectations and do you know what it takes to become an employer of choice for the next generation? Join us for this free 60-minute webinar led by young people to understand the key messages needed to attract future generations.

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DATE: 21st September 2021 to 29th September 2021

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is for anyone who would like to support colleagues facing mental health issues and improve understanding and attitudes towards mental health in the workplace. The course is a blend of 4 live online training sessions (which range from 1.45 – 2.5 hours) and self-learning activities, spread across 2 weeks.

This course is designed to teach how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental health conditions and provide help on a first aid basis. It also provides people with the tools to support their own mental health and their colleagues.

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