Who has worked with us?
Join us for a condensed 3 hour training session which includes awareness training on:
- Pregnancy and Infant Loss
- Peri-menopause and Menopause
- Infertility including supporting families undertaking IVF
- Physical and Mental health post baby including Post Natal Depression
- Supporting Pregnancy in the workplace including pregnancy safety, Pregnancy overview by trimester including likely needs of the employee and managing Pregnancy sickness
- Menstruation including PCOS and Endometriosis awareness. Can periods be classed as a Disability in the workplace?
You will also receive
Certification (CPD certification service accredited for 3 hours)
Sample/ example policies and procedures for all of the subjects listed above showing best practice which you may assist in drafting your organisation’s own policies and procedures
Support from us with drafting policies and procedures ongoing
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Cost per person: £225
You will receive a confirmation and joining instructions within 48 hours of booking
Pre-menopause and Menopause awareness
1.3 Million Women Enter Menopause Each Year
Nearly half of women (47%) surveyed by the British Menopause Society who are in employment and who needed to take a day off because of the menopause said they wouldn’t feel comfortable disclosing the real reason to their employer or colleagues.In fact, 45% of the women surveyed by the British Menopause Society felt their menopause symptoms have had a negative impact on their work.
Supporting employees during pregnancy
Supporting employees during pregnancy, pregnancy workplace safety and Hyperemesis Gravidarum”(Pregnancy sickness) awareness
Pregnancy overview by trimester including likely needs of the employee
How pregnancy can impact the employees behaviours and productivity at work
Managing pregnant employees
Attending Antenatal care – rights and pay
Likely additional medical appointments for those with a subsequent pregnancy after loss
Protecting expectant parents: Workplace adjustments and safety in the workplace such as
looking at the following:
● standing or sitting for long periods
● lifting or carrying heavy loads
● long working hours
● working at height
● workstation and posture issues
● work-related stress
“Hyperemesis Gravidarum” (Pregnancy sickness) awareness Around 80% of women suffer from Pregnancy sickness.
85% of pregnant women have two episodes of nausea per day.
This training will look at the legal obligations to pregnant employees, specifically in the context
of Pregnancy sickness.
What you should do if one of your employees is suffering from Pregnancy sickness.
How to offer a sympathetic and supportive phased return to work and consider offering flexibility
and adjustments in the workplace.
Many men and women still view menstruation as a taboo topic and feel uncomfortable talking about periods, even though they affect 50% of the UK population at some point in their life.
This training session looks at whether period pain can constitute a disability and ways employers can support women with more severe symptoms and related conditions.
We will look at Adjustments and flexibility in the workplace and How Employers can best support employees.
This includes training in PCOS and Endometriosis awareness.
3.5 million people are affected by infertility in the UK every year, 50% of those questioned who were undertaking fertility treatment felt concerned that undertaking IVF treatment would affect their career prospects
- Causes for him and her
- Treatment including IVF
- Absence policy provides flexibility for leave owing to fertility treatment.
- Emotional impact
- Cost implications
- Legal obligations (Maternity rights under the Equality Act 2010)
- Fertility preservation
- Egg donation
How Employers can best support employees