Please note, due to the impact of COVID-19, this event has been postponed. At this time a date has not been set.
As part of ASEBP’s mental health strategy, we offer a Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training program to provide you and your employees with an opportunity to improve mental health literacy and gain skills and knowledge to better manage existing or developing mental health problems in themselves, colleagues or family members. This training program better positions, those who take it, to recognize signs and symptoms of potential mental health problems in co-workers.
As space is limited, please let us know by, April 10, 2020, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, the name(s), position(s) and preferred session of attendants you would like to register and any dietary restrictions. We will do our best to accommodate all interested individuals while aiming to provide all employers the opportunity to have representation attend.
Please note, due to the impact of COVID-19, this conference will be rescheduled to Autumn 2020. When an appropriate date for this event has been decided, all registrants will be notified.
Our country’s largest public health knowledge exchange event, Public Health 2020 brings people together from across Canada to double-down on efforts to improve health and well-being, promote best practices, share the latest and greatest research and so much more. It will also include a focus on the health of Indigenous and racialized communities. Help shape the health and well-being of your fellow Canadians by attending!
Please note, due to the impact of COVID-19, this event has been postponed to 2021.
Put on your workplace wellness glasses so your vision’s 20/20 for HPEC 2020! This year’s conference is focused on wellness, kicking it all off with Laval St. Germain, a motivational public speaker with “stories and lessons from above the clouds and past the ocean’s horizon.”
Join the CMHA—and the rest of the country—as the volume is turned up on mental health. That’s right, we’re going to #GETLOUD about what mental health really is (and isn’t). Check the Mental Health Week site regularly for a variety of tools to help you spread the message in May and all year long.
Champions, change-makers, innovators, well-being professionals and key stakeholders from across Canada—the gang’s all here for the Pan-Canadian Summit on K-12 Workplace Well-Being! Network with these talented and insightful individuals while learning how to create a more positive workplace that promotes the well-being of the entire school community.
Discover ways to build a better workplace at the aptly-named Better Workplace Conference! Join experts and peers from across the country for an event where you’ll discover ideas to adopt, adapt and implement in your own workplace.
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