One thing 2020 reinforced is that health really DOES matter.
HR, safety and business leaders recognise that investing in the health and wellness of their greatest asset – their people – will be critical for bouncing back on the other side of COVID-19.
Fostering a supportive wellness culture within your organisation requires clarity, vision and the ability to execute consistently on the right strategies. But, without a roadmap or the right support, the process can be overwhelming.
Recent surveys by AHRI revealed managing employee wellness was the most stressful factor facing HR and business leaders during the pandemic, and will be one of the top 5 skills needed to position organisations strongly through the recovery phase.
The good news? We’re here to guide you.
No matter where you’re located in Australasia, you can now access the nationally accredited Wellness Practitioner training to help you fast track the development of a targeted and sustainable employee wellness strategy for your organisation or client.
They’ve already helped 236 practitioners across 25+ industries (and counting).
Face-to-face, inhouse or online. The choice is yours.
You’ll be guided by facilitators with more than 50 years’ collective experience in delivering multi-award winning wellness solutions across the globe, drawing on the brains trust of their esteemed expert Faculty to ensure the most cutting edge learning experience available.
Plus, following the course, you’ll benefit from ongoing support options including mentoring and access to an online knowledge centre – The Hub.
Is your organisation ready to bounce back in 2021? Secure your spot for the next round of training today.
WayAhead Workplaces members receive an exclusive 5% discount, on top of the early bird rate! (Early bird applies if booked and paid 4 weeks prior to the course date). Contact us for the discount code.
Registrations are now open for:
- Sydney – February 24-25
- Melbourne – March 2-3
- Online – four weeks commencing 8 March
- Adelaide – March 29-30
- Brisbane – May 18-19
- Perth – May 18-19
- Hobart – June 22-23
For more information and to register, SEE HERE.