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Hospitality Health Launches Health & Well-being Training Courses

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Hospitality Health Launches Health & Well-being Training Courses

Hospitality Health Launches Health & Well-being Training Courses
January 25
15:25 2022

Fully Funded Mental Health & Wellbeing Courses for Hospitality and Tourism   

Industry charity Hospitality Health has announced a selection of funded mental health and well-being training courses for staff within the hospitality and tourism industry. Aimed at providing managers with the tools to support employees, improve their mental well-being, the initiative is being organised in conjunction with HIT Scotland and are funded through the Tourism Recovery Fund and supported by Skills Development Scotland.

The courses include the following:

  1. Certificated training for staff to become mental health first aiders
  2. Certificated training for staff awareness of well-being and mental health issues
  3. Awareness training of resilience techniques
  4. Information for businesses to help demonstrate company culture can improve the well-being of employees to help increase retention and reduce recruitment

Gordon McIntyre, Chairman of Hospitality Health commented: ‘This fund will have a huge impact on the well-being and mental fitness of the staff within the hospitality and tourism industries, and it should have a lasting impact.’

David Cochrane, CEO of HIT Scotland added: ‘These courses will enable many businesses to improve their knowledge of mental health and to build a culture of resilience and support for their teams.’

Applications are open now and will close on 6th February. Visit for more information on how to apply.

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