Focus Day Training

Focus Day Training in the Workplace

Maximise your attendance for staff training

By utilising a full day with Focus Day Training your workforce can attend training sessions throughout the day without having to send them off site or to leave their jobs for too long. The structure of the day depends on numbers and type of training required. Sessions range from 45 minutes to 2 hours with class sizes dependent on site facilities. 

Let Focus Day help you to plan activities and training that will support your well being initiatives and help your staff to understand and to develop their own resilience.

Latest training event shows how HR can bring mindfulness into the workplace.

Over two days Focus Day Training delivered 14 short workshops to 250 staff. The workshops were an introduction to mindfulness in the workplace and focused on teaching 2 main skills that could be used immediately. All the resources and background information were downloadable for mobile access after the workshops. This allowed for  more practical hands on experience in the sessions. See the news section for more on this event.


Why think about wellbeing?

Building a capacity for resilience is one of the keys to well-being in the workplace.

Before coming to work employees are already under pressure from external factors such as partners both working, child care costs, care of elderly parents, families living apart, financial pressures, rising prices and much more. They bring this stress into the workplace. Then they have to deal with a job that usually involves, communicating with many different types of people, organisation and dealing with data and technology, keeping up with procedures, policies and deadlines, making decisions and much more.

Latest HSE report: Work-related Stress, Depression or Anxiety Statistics in Great Britain 2017

"Work-related stress, depression or anxiety continues to represent a significant ill health condition in the workforce of Great Britain. Work-related stress, depression or anxiety accounts for 40% of work-related ill health and 49% of working days lost, in 2016/17. The occupations and industries reporting the highest rates of work-related stress, depression or anxiety remain consistently in the health and public sectors of the economy. The reasons cited as causes of work-related stress are also consistent over time with workload, lack of managerial support and organisational change as the primary causative factors" - HSE 2017