Malvern College are delighted to be hosting the Mental Health Seminar, Practical Help for You and Your Business on Wednesday 25th September 2019. The event is a charity event, with funds raised going to support Mental Health UK. Attendees are invited to make a suggested donation of £25 or more via www.justgiving.com/fundraising/MarkHSmith
Malvern College is a leading independent co-educational boarding and day school offering a transformational education experience both inside and outside the classroom. Our students are confident, self-assured and resilient young men and women who are academically accomplished and intellectually intuitive. Our students are comfortable in their own skin, confident in their own abilities, and with the skills to get on with, work with, and lead others in a rapidly changing world.
Stimulated and challenged by the Malvern experience, our students more frequently exceed expectations than match them. The emphasis on individual achievement is balanced in our encouragement of teamwork, co-operation and service to others.
With a clear sense of worth, purpose and fulfilment, our students are ready to take opportunities as they come and with ambition to make a positive difference in a global market-place.
Malvern College is proud of it’s family of schools which includes The Downs Malvern, Abberley Hall School and International Schools in China, Hong Kong and Cairo.
With everyone becoming more aware of mental health issues amongst our family, friends and colleagues, it’s important that we understand how to provide support. In these seminars you’ll learn more about how you can improve your ability to manage mental health issues in your business, understand your legal obligations and appreciate the implications of getting this important issue wrong. Our final speaker will talk about their practical experiences of a business leader in managing personal and employee wellbeing.
To book your place on the Malvern seminar email Mark.Smith5@lloydsbanking.com and put Malvern 25th September seminar in the email.
Agenda for the morning
8.00-8.30 – Light refreshments.
8.30 – Opening remarks and introduction.
8.45 – Mental Health UK – support for you and your business.
9.30 – Harrison Clark Rickerbys – legal obligations and implications.
10.15 – Bishop Fleming – Honest and practical experiences of a business leader in managing personal and employee wellbeing.
11.00-11.30 – Close and light refreshments