To coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16 May 2021), Seetec Outsource is hosting two webinars to support employers and apprentices / employees with health and wellbeing strategies for learning and work.

Available evidence suggests that mental health has worsened since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, with young adults among those most likely to be affected.

Even without the challenges of a global pandemic, it can be tough to tackle the demands of a new role and the learning that goes with it. Building mental resilience is key to achieving a healthy work-life balance and forging a successful career.


Positive Mental Health For Learning and Work – Employer Support Session

Our employer support session on Wednesday 12 May at 2.30pm is ideal for line managers, department heads and HR specialists looking for actionable insights into improving employee health and wellbeing, particularly where organisations have apprentices or new recruits who may need additional support to build resilience during what has been a particularly challenging year.

Seetec People Development Consultant and Mental Health First Aider Claire Illingworth will provide information and advice on:

  • Understanding mental health – what it is and why it’s important to address mental health in the workplace
  • Proactive approaches to employee wellbeing
  • Strategies for positive mental health throughout the employee journey
  • Understanding common mental health conditions
  • Supporting employees who experience poor mental health
  • Useful resources and support services

To attend the employer webinar, please register here.


Positive Mental Health For Learning and Work – Apprentice / Employee Support Session

Our apprentice/employee support session on Friday 14 May at 9.30am is ideal for apprentices, parents/carers and new recruits, but would benefit anyone looking to build their mental resilience at work.

The session will cover:

  • Understanding mental health – what it is and why it’s important
  • Wellbeing strategies for the workplace and working from home
  • Recognising the early warning signs of mental illness
  • Where to go for help and support
  • Taking a proactive approach to maintaining positive mental health at work

To attend the webinar, please register here.