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Wellbeing at Work

Wellbeing at Work supports healthy workplaces in Plymouth by offering a wide range of free onsite support, resources, access to events and learning opportunities.

Adults working full time spend about one third of their waking hours at work. Work can be hugely rewarding and very sociable. It can provide an everyday boost to our mental health, physical and emotional wellbeing. This is why it really matters to both employers and employees and why we encourage people in Plymouth to work together to invest in wellbeing at work.

How we can help

Workplace Awards

Free programme for local businesses to help set up wellbeing in your workplace through a wellbeing steering group, wellbeing champions, a workplace health needs assessment, a health and safety assessment, and a wellbeing action plan.  The programme covers topics around mental health, physical activity, healthy eating, drugs, alcohol, smoking, musculoskeletal health, domestic abuse, and sleep and recovery. 

Read more about the Workplace Awards

Wellbeing Champions

A free Training programme which helps train and upskill staff who have an interest in Mental Health & Wellbeing. Wellbeing Champions promote a healthy culture in their workplaces by raising awareness around health and wellbeing and signposting to resources. The Champions have constant support from our Wellbeing Champion Team, chances to network with other champions across Plymouth and have access to a library of resources from the Wellbeing Team. 

Read more about the Wellbeing Champions

Wellbeing Training

Our training programmes aim to increase awareness of mental health and wellbeing alongside offering useful signposting information to support staff wellbeing in the workplace.  Many of our training courses are free of charge and we have a mixture of virtual and face to face offers.  We are commissioned by Plymouth City Council to deliver Wellbeing Training across Plymouth. 

Read more about the Wellbeing Training

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We are based in Plymouth but we are a hybrid team and can provide face to face and online support for workplace awards, champions and training.

Based: Plymouth
  • 17 to 25 years old
  • 26 to 64 years old
  • 65+

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