SMART APPRENTICES WELL-BEING LIBRARY
The Smart Apprentices well-being library has been created by our HR Manager, Candice Baker and contains links and resources available for download to ensure your staff and learners are taken care of through COVID and beyond.
There are 14 guides to cover a range of different types of work. As many businesses operate more than one type of workplace, you may need to use more than one of these guides to ensure safety across the business. Priority actions are outlined at the top of each guide.
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
The Samaritans have launched an online learning resource aimed at raising awareness and encouraging people to grow skills so that they are able to understand emotional health and reach out to colleagues who may be struggling to cope.
The Wellbeing in the Workplace resources allow you to learn at your own pace, at your desk or at home.
Run Talk Run is a weekly 5km gentle jog, and Walk Talk Walk is a weekly walk. Before every meet, there is a window of time to meet the other participants and say hello to the Leader. The leader explains the route and reassures everyone that at the forefront of these meetups – support is the no.1 goal.
Black dog is an inspiring platform for individuals to understand and participate in physical activities in support of mental health.
Whilst not mental health professionals themselves, the staff and the organisations partner with other organisations to offer additional support, advice and guidance.
Hello Tomo is a chatbot, providing daily support for both mental and physical wellbeing. Tomo supports good habits and helps you to recognise achievements.
Tomo will suggest activities and habits that support mental well-being and keep you moving forward via the in-app tracker.