Wellbeing in the workplace.

Be well. Work well.

Workplace wellbeing.

A moral responsibility. And an operational must.

Let us help you create an environment where your employees can thrive. Not just survive.

We are one of the only providers to offer Ofqual regulated mental health qualifications, meaning your people not only learn how to support mental health, but they earn themselves a recognised qualification.

Whether you’re looking to qualify Mental Health First Aiders, more generic mental wellbeing training, support for managers to look after team wellbeing, training to boost employee resilience, or a more in-depth programme of wellbeing initiatives; we’ve got what you need.

Ready to make a difference?

Mental Health in Work Place

Mental Health First Aiders.

Important now. Essential for the future.

Mental health is absolutely essential for business, now more than ever, given today’s fast paced and turbulent business environment.

Employee mental wellbeing is often not talked about, or hidden, due to stigma or fear of discrimination. Research has shown that this collective culture of fear and silence is terribly costly for employers. 

Equipping your organisation with Mental Health First Aiders is the first phase to being proactive toward your teams’ happiness at work, and a vital step in creating an open and positive mental health culture within your workforce. Plus, with PeopleUnboxed, you get some additional soft skills training included to truly give your employees the skills they need to talk openly about mental health.

We offer organisational courses and open courses so whether you want to get a group of people qualified, or just a few we can cater to your needs. Plus, both can be delivered virtually, which means we can help you develop Mental Health First Aiders for your hybrid and remote teams. 

It starts with a conversation.

And results in cultural change.

The HSE statistics for 2021/2022, published in November 2022, warn of a growing crisis in work-related stress and poor mental health in the workplace. The HSE are ‘reminding employers of their responsibilities to their employee’s mental health, after research highlighted that many employers were unaware of their legal duties and how to spot the signs of stress’. Proactively focussing on mental health will lead to a positive shift in organisational culture, a positive impact on employees and a positive impact on the economy.  


cases of work-related stress, depression or anxiety.

1 in 6

Employees experience mental health problems in the workplace.

17 million

working days lost due work-related stress, depression or anxiety.


of UK line managers say that supporting employee wellbeing is a core skill, but only 13% have received mental health training.

Rates of burnout, anxiety, and depression are at record levels - Forbes 2023.

First Aid for Mental Health.

Ofqual-regulated qualifications, and options to suit you.

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Workplace Mental Health Training & Programs

Awareness of

Ideal for building general awareness across employee populations.
From £120 per person.
Session sizes 8-16 people.

FAA Level 1 Award
Understand mental health, influencing factors and the impact in the workplace
Explore the role of a Mental Health First Aider (MHFA)
Understand how to support a person with a suspected mental health condition
Learn how to provide advice and how to start a supportive conversation
Know when to signpost a person to seek professional help
Develop basic awareness and the ability to spot signs and symptoms of a range of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, psychosis, eating disorders, suicide and self-harm
Half day session
4 hour session
1 hour 1-1 support & qualification verification


Ideal for managers and key people to become qualified MHFA's.
From £165 per person.
Session sizes 8-16 people.
Open course available to individuals.
FAA Level 2 Award
FAA Level 1 PLUS:
Understand how to recognise and manage stress
Recognise a range of mental health conditions and the impact of substance abuse on a person’s employment and lifestyle
Understand and be able to implement a first aid action plan for mental health
Recognise the key factors of a positive mental health culture in the workplace
Full day session
2 x 4 hour sessions (across 2 days)
1 hour 1-1 support & qualification verification
2 x 4 hour sessions (across 2 days)
1 hour 1-1 support & qualification verification
£399 per person


Ideal for your HR team or other key strategic influencers.
From £270 per person.
Session sizes 8-16 people.

FAA Level 3 Award
FAA Level 1 and Level 2 PLUS:
Recognise and understand the characteristics of wide range of mental health conditions, including PTSD, personality disorders, bipolar and schizophrenia
Understand the support and therapy provided by professional healthcare providers
Recognise the key factors and know how to implement a positive mental health culture in the workplace
Two day session
3 x 4 hour sessions (across 3 days)
1 hour 1-1 support & qualification verification

Ready to make a difference?

Get in touch to arrange a course for your organisation, or for the upcoming dates of our open courses.

A positive culture of wellbeing.

Raise awareness and develop life-long skills.

We’ve all heard the safety briefings on an aircraft where they tell you to put on your own oxygen mask before helping others. Wellbeing and mental health is no different; we have to look after ourselves to be able to look after others. 

Equipping your people with the right tools and knowledge to be resilient, understand their emotions and look after their own mental health, is the first step to a healthy and happy workforce. 

Workplace Mental Health Support

Resilience Brilliance.

Helping your people to handle stress.

Resilience and psychological safety are critical within the modern-day workplace. We can help your teams to maintain balance in their lives during stressful and testing periods and to create environments of psychological safety which help them to feel safe to take risks and be vulnerable in front of one another. 

Take a look at our ‘Resilience Brilliance’ course which tackles the concept of resilience and its impact on the workplace; explores the concept of effort versus time and discusses how to create a culture of psychological safety and get the best from employees.

Mental Health in Work Place

Workplace Wellbeing.

Helping you to manage team wellness.

Wellbeing impacts overall team performance and commitment, either positively or negatively. Your modern leaders need to understand what it takes to foster a positive workplace that encourages team wellbeing and a healthy work-life balance. What’s more, your employees need to feel empowered to proactively manage their own wellbeing, so it becomes a way of life.

Take a look at our ‘Mental Health Champion’ programme which takes delegates through the key wellbeing factors, offering ideas and solutions to create a lasting positive, healthy working environment.

Remote control

Remote Control.

Effectively managing remote teams.

For most of us now, remote, home or hybrid working is not new. But managing remote teams might be. And really how effective are our remote teams? Often the key challenges lie around effective communication and trust; being able to relinquish that control to allow our people to work in a way that suits them and still delivers the goods.

Take a look at our ‘Remote Control’ course where we support leaders to effectively communicate, build trust, maximise performance, and create an environment that motivates remote teams.

Mental Health in Work Place

Psychological Safety.

Empowering emotionally authentic teams.

We are all different. When we embrace our individuality we win together. Whether it’s our working styles, communication preferences, personality profiles, values, purpose, passions, home life responsibilities, hobbies or interests, our differences are our strengths! With the increased emphasis on inclusive cultures, it is now more important than ever to be able create teams where individuals are understood, accepted and respected.

Take a look at our ‘Psychological Safety’ course where we will support you to build teams that feel safe to be their authentic selves, express their ideas and opinions openly, take risks and learn from their mistakes. Propel your team’s performance and happiness!

More than mental health.

Holistic wellbeing.

Stop to think about the person you were ten years ago, or even just five years ago…we’re certain that person is different to who you are today. 

As humans, we are on a continuous learning journey, called life. Our experiences from childhood to day-to-day life now evolves who we are and what we believe in. Our values, passions, personalities, and confidence are all different. Wellbeing isn’t just about positive mental health, it’s about being truly happy in ourselves and genuinely thriving in life.

We can upskill your people in a whole host of other areas to support wellness and a journey of self-understanding and confidence. Developing emotional intelligence, cultural intelligence, personality profiling, working smart not hard, personal brand, presentation skills, or handling conflict confidently, to name just a few of our most popular courses, all play a part in a more holistic view of our individual wellbeing.

Explore more.

Want to learn more? We've selected the most relevant further reading and listening from our resources library. Explore our work in action, read articles from our experts or listen to our webinars and podcasts.

The 4Ps of Candid Conversations


The “Four Ps” model can help us to plan for a difficult or candid conversation so that both parties find it beneficial.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn how to plan for a difficult or candid conversation so that both parties find it beneficial
  • Understand how to use the 4Ps to deliver a difficult message
  • Consider how this can help manage under-performance in a structured manner

Assertive Disagreement


When you disagree with someone, it is often best to be direct and clear, as it avoids an unfortunate misunderstanding. People can shy away from disagreement as it can sometimes feel confrontational. The assertive approach introduced in this module helps you to express your disagreement in a professional, constructive manner.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn what assertiveness is
  • Learn a process to put your case across without getting emotional
  • Provide context for how to use the model in a real-world environment

Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument


Because no two individuals have exactly the same expectations and desires, conflict is a natural part of our interactions with others. This self-test assessment will tell you more about your predominant style of handling conflict and what this means.

Learning Outcomes

  • Provide a starting point for your development
  • Identify your conflict handling style
  • Learn about the five conflict handling modes

AID Feedback Model


Providing feedback that encourages open dialogue and communication enhances your credibility as both a teammate and as a leader. AID is a simple feedback model that can be used for positive moments and those that need corrective action.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn a simple model for providing feedback
  • Identify your own role in each of the stages
  • Discover the benefits of creating a feedback culture

Action-Centred Leadership


Good managers and leaders should have full command of the three main areas of the Action-Centred Leadership model and should use each of the elements according to the situation.

Learning Outcomes

  • Discover John Adair’s action-centred leadership model
  • Learn how to adapt the model for your own work situation
  • Investigate the danger of becoming out of balance

Question Types


Asking the right question is at the heart of effective communication and information exchange. Using the right questions can improve a whole range of communication skills; the information we receive back (the answer) will depend very much on the type of question we ask.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn why asking the right question is at the heart of effective communication and information exchange
  • Discover why the right questions in a particular situation can improve a whole range of communication skills

Dr. Mehrabian’s Communication Model


We are always communicating, even when we are not speaking. Other factors communicate what we really think and feel, which can be explained by looking at Albert Mehrabian’s communication model.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn the impact of mixed messages when communicating
  • Understand that communication is a blend of words, body language and tone

Situational Leadership


Leaders need to tailor their approach based on the person they are coaching, their experience at the task and their level of enthusiasm for completing it.

The ability to adapt your leadership style to cater to different tasks and your people’s needs is called situational leadership.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand Hersey and Blanchard’s situational leadership model
  • Recognise directive and supportive behaviours
  • Understand the four leadership styles in line with situational leadership
  • Understand the development levels of team members, based on competence and commitment
  • Become confident with flexing your leadership style to the individual and the situation