The Well-being at Work Card® training is meant for management, occupational health and safety cooperation personnel and anyone interested in developing well-being at work.
The training is the first step in developing well-being at the workplace. It strengthens the common understanding of well-being at work, outlines roles and responsibilities, and promotes cooperation.
The workplace’s resources and development areas are mapped in a pre-assignment. The training day’s material, discussions and group assignments are helpful for working on development areas after the training.
The training provides answers to the following questions:
- What are the elements of well-being at work?
- What are the resources and development needs of the workplace?
- How to promote well-being at work through leadership and the work community itself?
- How to manage workload and support health and work ability?
Those who have completed the training receive a Well-being at Work Card. The Centre for Occupational Safety and its partners are responsible for the training, which can also be carried out on a workplace-specific basis.
The development of well-being at work benefits the workplace most effectively when it is part of the overall development of the workplace. The training can also offer new ideas for ongoing development, but it is not intended for acute workplace crisis situations.
Those who have completed the Well-being at Work Card training can apply for a free competence badge(avautuu uuteen ikkunaan, you will be directed to another service) (opens in a new window, you will be directed to another service).
Three different ways to participate
The Well-being at Work Card® training is organised as online and face-to-face training as well as a combination of these – blended training. The content of all the training forms is the same, so the participants can choose the one that suits them best.
If you book the Well-being at Work Card® training for your own workplace, you can choose the implementation method that suits you best.
In face-to-face training, the trainer and the participants are physically present in the same place. Face-to-face training usually lasts one day, but it can also be divided into two parts.
In blended training, the participant independently completes the 3.5-hour online studies at their own pace. The other half of the training (3.5 hours) takes place as face-to-face training in a group.
In online training, the participant independently completes the 3.5-hour online studies at their own pace, and the rest of the training is carried out as a 3.5-hour online group meeting. Online training can also be implemented entirely as an online meeting.