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CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT (CMLD) A1

CORPORATE HEALTH AND WELLNESS


Duration
5 Days

Target group
This practical course provides Line Managers, HR Practitioners, and Social Workers with relevant knowledge, skills and attitude concerning Employee Wellness and Assistance Programmes

Course outline
Building healthy, resilient and high performing organisations Turning absence management into performance management Health and productivity in the workforce successful tips, tools and programmes to drive measurable results ROI analysis for complex health management programmes The role of the line manager in promoting well-being and resilience The health dividend managing and measuring the value of employee health Promoting mental health across the organisation tackling work related stress The role nutrition plays in the prevention of chronic disease, absenteeism and stress Emotional intelligence

Southern Business School is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration Certificate Number: 2002/HE07/015

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CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT (CMLD) A1

Course outcomes
After successful completion of this short learning programme the learners should be able to: Articulate the ethical dimensions of promoting health & wellness in a corporate environment. Demonstrate an understanding of health and wellness in the context of human development and occupation. Describe major initiatives in the corporate environment, and the world directed towards health and wellness through specific health & wellness activities and initiatives. Discuss the determinants of corporate health & wellness and the resources, both potential and existing, required to support healthy living. Demonstrate an understanding of the reciprocal interaction of the growing and developing individual and dynamic environmental factors, and the impact on corporate health & wellness of this interaction. Mobilize individuals and organizations to be change agents for corporate health & wellness with a focus on the responsibility of the line manager. Demonstrate skill in assessing health and wellness needs within the corporate environment, identifying potential sources for funding initiatives, and writing proposals to meet these needs. Design programs, activities, and/or educational materials that will help to improve the health and wellness of employees. Utilize information and communication technology resources in accessing information, dissemination of information, and delivery of health & wellness services to the corporate environment. Demonstrate problem-solving skills in addressing health and wellness needs of individual employees within the corporate world.

Southern Business School is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration Certificate Number: 2002/HE07/015

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Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, in the development and presentation of health and wellness information to individuals across the corporate environment.

Assessment
The assessment process will include: Group work, experiential learning, presentations as part of the continuous assessment (formative). A portfolio of evidence (summative) that must be completed after the interactive workshop within a specific timeframe to demonstrate the participants ability to apply the knowledge and skills gained during the course.

Certification
After successful completion of the course and assignment the participants will receive a certificate of competence issued and accredited by Southern Business School, which carries 5 credits towards the Certificate in Management (NQF level 5).

Contact details

Tel: Tel: 011-662-1444 (ask for the Centre for Management and Leadership Development) Bertus Siebert (082 574 7837) bsiebert@sbs.ac.za Henk de Jager (0827752996) hdejager@sbs.ac.za Pamela Makoanyane (011 662 1444) pamelam@sbs.ac.za

Southern Business School is registered with the Department of Higher Education and Training as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration Certificate Number: 2002/HE07/015

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