ACS Managing Director, Emma Willey, has over 30 years of experience as the ACS Founding Director, and has recently been promoted to Managing Director. With her well-received "open discussion" approach, she'll guide you through real-life workplace scenarios and offer practical tips on how to deal with them. You will leave this course with a better understanding of menopause in the workplace and be equipped with the
tools to promote a supportive and healthy work environment.
Emma has long had a passion for wellbeing and mental health issues. She holds the NEBOSH Certificate in Health & Wellbeing in the Workplace, is a qualified mental health 1st aider and also runs her own practice based on ‘The Eden Method’ - a therapy based heavily on traditional Chinese medicine. She has been assisting ACS and private clients with Mental Health issues since 2015, working with employers, staff and individuals to enhance their understanding of wellbeing issues, enabling individuals to
take control over their own lives, ambitions, career and life paths.
If you would like to find out more about this course or discuss our other wellbeing courses suitable for your organisation, connect with Emma on LinkedIn or reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Course
Menopause transition symptoms can highly affect performance at work, and the right attitude and support from managers can play a significant role in women experiencing menopause. For that reason, it is important for everyone in the workplace to understand menopause and to promote a healthy and supportive working environment.
This course will include:
Background on Menopause physical, mental, and cognitive symptoms
How can Menopause affect your staff’s performance at work
How can Menopause affect your teams' performance at work
What legislation covers dealing with Menopause in the workplace
How to start a conversation about menopause in the workplace
Interactive discussions on actual workplace scenarios:
how to deal with situations in the workplace.
pitfalls to avoid in the workplace.
In this 3 hour long interactive course, the trainer uses a well-received "open discussion" approach by encouraging each individual to share their thoughts on best practices for menopause-related training in the workplace.
Don't miss out on this valuable opportunity to invest in a healthy and supportive working environment for your staff and organisation.
Due to popularity of the course, places are restricted. If you haven't registered yet, and would like to, please contact us at your earliest convenience for more information here.
This course is delivered remotely, via zoom.
If you're interested in registering for the Managing Menopause in the Workplace Course, click on the "Book here" button below.
What our Delegates Say
"I could relate to the subject and the trainer used personal experiences throughout the course which made it very interesting and very interactive."
"Great information for enhancing existing wellbeing procedures that are in place. Good group input with additional ideas to consider"
"I enjoyed the suggestions given to support those going through perimenopause, menopause and post menopause. I enjoyed sharing and hearing personal experiences. I enjoyed the initial knowledge shared on menopause and the effects it can have on individuals."
"The facilitator of the course was very likable and made me feel comfortable and in a safe environment to speak and learn."