CPL Learning announces they are making Mental Health Support Champion and Personal Resilience e-learning courses free to access.
Following the launch of the free Coronavirus – Taking Proactive Action online course last week, CPL Learning has decided to offer free access to their Mental Health Support Champion and Personal Resilience e-learning courses.
CPL Learning has decided to make the change to support team members in the hospitality sector deal with the challenges they are currently facing.
Unprecedented period of change
As the situation surrounding COVID-19 develops, business owners and their teams are facing completely new and unknown pressures and challenges. This could have an impact on the emotional wellbeing of those employed in the hospitality industry.
“The hospitality industry is facing an unprecedented period of change and uncertainty, and we felt it was important that we look to support the mental, as well as physical, wellbeing of team members.” Said Martin Hilton, Director of Learning and Education, CPL Learning.
“These are uncertain times for us all, and we understand that we need to support our industry and people as much as possible. We have seen an enormous response to our Coronavirus- Taking Proactive Action e-learning course, with over 65,000 courses assigned and continuing to rise each day. There is a huge demand for support and information at this time. As the learning and development partner to the hospitality sector, we will continually look for ways to support.” Continued Hilton.
The free e-learning courses form part of CPL Learning’s Wellbeing range of online courses. The Mental Health Support Champion course aims to promote good mental health and wellbeing. The course helps learners recognise the symptoms of mental ill-health, provide practical advice for colleagues and friends and identify ways in which to improve their own mindfulness.
The Personal Resilience e-learning course aims to provide learners with an understanding of personal resilience and gain insight into the actions to aid recovery from demanding or unanticipated situations that may link to mental health problems.
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