Human Resources: Mental Health & Accommodation

Often when we speak about Mental Health, we tend to focus on the
discussions around mental disorders and mental health problems. While it
is important to understand and talk about this, it may not speak to how
mental health challenges may show up in the workplace. Training will focus
on what you can do on a day-to-day basis to support your employee’s
mental health and how to recognize the signs that there may be
concerns. Participants will learn the legislative requirements surrounding
accommodations, what roles employees and employers play in the
accommodation process, and how to work through difficult
conversations. Participants will also be provided with:

  • The knowledge and understanding of mental health relevance to the
    workplace.
  • Effective strategies to maintain your own positive sense of wellbeing
    and decreasing the stigma of poor mental health.
  • How to help employees become productive team members.
  • What accommodation means and the legislative requirements
    around the ‘Duty to Accommodate’
  • The knowledge to ensure you are not discriminating against any
    employees, based on prohibited grounds, under Human Rights.

Who should attend?

This workshop is intended for people working within First Nations organizations to assist them in learning the signs and symptoms of poor mental health and provide confidence in navigating through mental health in the workplace and crisis interventions. HR representatives, supervisors, managers, and leadership are all encouraged to attend.

Cost

  • $1,095.00 per person (includes GST, as well as lunch and refreshments)

Location, date & time

ASI Training Facility: 7th Floor, 294 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, MB
May 28 & 29, 2024
9:00 am to 3:30 pm

Registration

Space is limited to 30 persons. Demand is usually high, so we recommend you register early. You’ll be registered once we have received payment for the workshop. Please fill out a separate registration form for each participant.