The COVID-19 pandemic has added urgency to the need for education and support of Return to Work / Disability Management / HR professionals as they engage in the unprecedented workplace challenges that are emerging.
The Online Summer Series consists of three related, yet stand-alone, modules that focus on key aspects of mental health challenges in the workplace and engage in a holistic approach in promoting resiliency among stakeholders.
Current rapid changes and resultant workplace challenges position RTW / DM / HR professionals as anchors, as they will be required to integrate established skill foundations and may be called upon to adapt to a myriad of unfamiliar challenges. Of concern, is the expected impact on population mental health and the fallout for workers, their families, workplaces, and society indicate significant upheaval to usual daily living.
Professionals, whether working in human resources, disability management, health and safety, or wellness programs support a complex set of stakeholders.
This Online Summer Series provides an opportunity to prepare and re-centre amidst these challenges.
- DMCS 705 – Mental Health Awareness: Promoting Worker Resilience – June 8-14, 2020
- DMCS 710 – Building Environments to Sustain a Healthy Workforce – June 22-28, 2020
- DMCS 715 – Strategies to Retain Workers Experiencing Mental Health Challenges – July 6-12, 2020
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Jennifer Murray, Student Services
Tel: 778-421-0821, ext. 209