the events of 2020 have demonstrated the need to establish a resilient economy. Now as countries seek to tackle the economic realities the pandemic has brought, competition for investment, job creation and economic diversification have intensified.
Training & Events
Managing Mental Health - Professionally & Personally
In a recent study, the Mental Health Commission of Canada found that in any given week, 500,000 Canadians do not go to work due to mental health challenges. In addition, mental health conditions have steadily increased since the onset of the pandemic.
The learning objectives of this online session will help participants:
- Dispel myths of mental health challenges
- Identify how to recognize signs and indicators of mental health concerns
- Understand prevention – factors in life that could increase the risk of mental health challenges, and
- Take away strategies to continue building good mental health
When: February 12, 2021
Time: 9:00 am 11:00 am
Member Pricing: $25.00
Non-member Pricing: $50.00
Faciltator - Melenie Olfert
Melenie is a diversity and intercultural practitioner, presenter, and trainer with more than 10 years of facilitation experience. Melenie holds several certificates on adult education and diplomas in Business and Human Resources Management as well as an acknowledgment from the recognized Diversity & Intercultural training program with the Province of Manitoba. She has co-authored workplace resources used by organizational leaders across the province and is the co-facilitator of the Language Interpreter Training Program. Further to her training experience, Melenie is an Instructor with the University of Winnipeg, Professional, Applied, and Continuing Education Program where she teaches the course - Cultural Dimensions and Environmental Influences.
$50.00 (Members pay $25.00)