Public Workplace Training Courses
Relationship Matters in the Workplace is renowned for providing training that focuses on developing self-awareness, building skills and knowledge, and facilitating behaviour change back in the workplace.
We invite our participants to use the time away from work to reflect on their role, their performance and their development and to explore new ways to engage and enjoy their work lives. To book any of our current courses, please select a topic below and you can book in online.
Customised Training Courses
Relationship Matters in Workplace provides many onsite customised training programs on the topics listed below and enjoys the opportunity to co-create new topics for training to meet clients needs.
Please call to discuss ideas you may like to explore for your workplace.
This Workplace training program explains common mental health disorders and their characteristics and equips managers to discharge their responsibilities in regards to prevention, intervention and conversations around mental health.
This program enables participants to understand and recognise stress and build resilience through practical techniques to manage life more successfully.
Research suggests that 1 in 10 people are living with mental health issues. This means that there is likely to be people in most workplaces that have some type of mental health issues.. This course will inform you about common mental health issues.
This comprehensive training program on Equal Opportunity Awareness (bullying, discrimination and harassment) provides staff with an understanding about what constitutes unlawful discrimination, harassment and bullying.
The aim of this course is to build confidence and improve workplace relationships by discovering how to be assertive in the workplace in a positive and productive manner.
This program will focus on improving awareness and skill in managing difficult client behaviour, to debrief effectively after an incident, and learn resilience techniques to strengthen your staffs’ capacity to manage the every day stressors of the work.
This course ensures managers and supervisors are informed and equipped to support staff who have experienced domestic violence.
This program will discuss prevalence of substance abuse in the workplace, impact on work, health, and family, warning signs of substance abuse and where to get help.
Being aware of others’ emotions is critical to build a successful workplace environment. Build quality interpersonal relationships by recognising your own feelings and those of others.
This program gives staff an introduction to the core principles of working in an inclusive and respectful way with lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and intersex (LGBTI) people.
This program looks at the impact of stress and how we can minimise the negative impact on our health and well being.
This program provides an opportunity to reflect on how the journey is going, what can be done to make the journey a bit easier or at least be better prepared for some of the highs and lows of parenting, while juggling the demands of work.
This session will help participants understand their current readiness for this significant change, and then assist them in developing greater clarity and direction.
We now know how important it is to look after ourselves. This program focuses on the impact of compassion fatigue and strategies for looking after yourself.
This engaging time management workshop helps employees learn how to set realistic goals, plan daily activities, prioritise effectively and utilise a range of tools to balance their personal and professional life.
We have all experienced someone’s anger either at work or in our personal life, but we have also expressed anger ourselves. This presentation is not just about managing other people’s anger but also an opportunity to reflect on our own emotions and behaviour.
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