Psychological Health & Safety Training – Virtual Sept 30 to Oct 3, 2024

Register Here

Date: September 30 – October 3, 2024. Four 3.5 hour Virtual Webinars
Time: 12:30 pm – 4:00 PM NST (each day)
Cost: $1250 per person
Location: Online
*Participants must be present for all topics in order to receive a course certificate


Psychological Health & Safety Training
This groundbreaking training program is for individuals who want to help organizations improve psychological health and safety (PHS) in their workplaces or implement the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace (the Standard)
Course objectives:
• Demonstrate to employers the value and benefits of improved psychological health and safety in the workplace
• Align psychological health and safety with organizational goals
• Apply tools to assess and analyze psychological health and safety
• Develop implementation plans based on evaluation results
• Support, assess and evaluate implementation plans
• Establish appropriate monitoring, reporting, and review processes with a goal of continual improvement
Who should take this training?
This training is geared towards a variety of individuals who are tasked with addressing psychological health and safety in the workplace. For example, individuals who work in Human Resources, Occupational Health Safety, Health and Wellness, Health and Safety, Union Leadership, Disability Management or are external workplace consultants are encouraged to register.
Course Description
CMHA’s Psychological Health and Safety Training program will help individuals who are working to address the issue of mental health in workplaces by implementing the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace.
This in-demand certification provides employees, managers, and leaders with an intensive learning experience focused on eliminating barriers and building the case for a mentally healthy work environment. Employers will see those with this certification as skilled change-makers, having the practical expertise to help move organizational wellness strategies forward and implement the Standard in their workplaces.
Learning Objectives
This certificate training includes the following four key modules:
Introducing the Standard
Participants need to have a strong understanding of the Standard as well as key issues related to mental health in the workplace. This module will give participants the fundamental knowledge they need to speak with employers about the Standard as well as some common language to use when discussing the issue of mental health.
Presenting the Business Case
This module focuses on helping leaders and other key workplace stakeholders see the value of adopting the Standard,
and improving psychological health and safety. Participant’s will learn to formulate effective messages that articulate the benefits not just for
employees, but for the bottom line as well.
Preparing for Assessment
Participants will learn to help employers understand the scope, process, and necessity of collecting data, both as a baseline and as a continuous practice for adherence to the Standard. This module will focus on the practicalities of assessment, including the tools available and recommended processes.
Making Recommendations
Analyzing the assessment findings and recommending an action plan must be done with knowledge of the organization’s constraints, competing demands, and current realities. To be successful in sustaining implementation, Participants will learn to recommend actions that are both valuable and manageable for employers.
• Seats will not be reserved without completed registration.
• Certificates will only be issued to participants who complete all course hours and required work.
• CMHA-NL reserves the right to cancel or reschedule any course. Notice will be given to those registered.
•Weather Cancellation Policy: If a Memorial University and/or College of the North Atlantic campus is closed due to weather in the area the training is taking place then the session will automatically be cancelled. Within 24 hours of a scheduled training if the weather forecast indicates inclement conditions, an e-mail will be sent to registrants notifying them that the session will not be going ahead.
To facilitate your participation in this event, we are happy to provide you with necessary services and supports. Please provide details regarding accommodation needs to CMHA-NL Provincial Office Administrator Leia Feltham by email at [email protected]
For more information or assistance registering, please contact CMHA-NL Provincial Office Administrator Leia Feltham by email at [email protected]
  • 00


  • 00


  • 00


  • 00



Sep 30 2024 - Oct 03 2024


Four 3.5 hour Virtual Webinars
12:30 pm - 4:00 pm

More Info

Register Here


Register Here

Comments are closed.

Skip to content