There is a problem with stress in the legal profession. The Health and Safety Executive, in its October 2018 statistical report, found 44% of all work-related ill health is due to stress (Work related stress depression or anxiety statistics in Great Britain).
Designed specifically for lawyers this engaging highly interactive course will help you and your organisation:
- Promote wellbeing
- Reduce stress
- Create a positive working environment and improve productivity
- Reduce risk of negligent practice
- Reduce sick days
- Increase performance, staff engagement and profitability
- Increase staff retention
- Reduce employment-related claims
Central Law Training has worked with current and former solicitors, executive coaches and a psychodynamic counsellor to develop this unique e-learning course for you. Written by lawyers, for lawyers, it is designed to enable you to assess the pressures you encounter, explore strategies for wellbeing, and recognise the steps you can take to support your colleagues and foster a culture of wellbeing.
Wellbeing for Lawyers is suitable for lawyers of all levels of experience and will help your firm to provide the support you need to enable fee-earners to be at their most productive. This course provides essential learning for all lawyers and addresses core skills in line with the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s competence framework.
- Recognise the pressures you encounter as a lawyer, assess the symptoms of excessive stress and gauge the impact these have on you personally
- Understand the benefits of wellbeing for legal practice and adopt techniques to maximise your own wellbeing and improve your overall performance
- Deal with challenges to your mental health and wellbeing
- Recognise signs that colleagues may be experiencing excessive stress and take appropriate steps to support them
- Know where to go for practical advice on wellbeing and mental health
- Identify key indicators of a wellbeing culture
The course features a range of interactive exercises which will engage learners and keep their attention, including animations, videos, drag and drop exercises, flipcards, self-reflection and a downloadable personal journal template
Estimated CPD time 3 hours, over 6 short modules.
Booking is easy
Single user licence: £150 member/£300 non-member (excluding VAT) and discounts are available for multi-user licences. Please contact Wendy Harbottle on 07970 546 524 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a free course preview.