This website is an on-line support facility for learners, employers, partners and staff to access any help and guidance with health and well-being.
All initial enquiries will be answered by Emma, our on-line support person each day between 8.45am and 4.45pm Monday to Thursday and 8am to 3.30pm on a Friday and then discussed with Christian at least once each week.
This will ensure any issues requiring immediate attention are dealt with quickly and efficiently.
The link between good health and good work
Health and work are inextricably linked: skills and good jobs can reduce health inequalities and improve the health of people of all ages.
There is now clear evidence that ‘good health should improve an individual’s chances of finding and staying in work and of enjoying the consequent financial and social advantages. There is also compelling evidence that work has an inherently beneficial impact on an individual’s state of health. Work is known to be ‘good for mental health and to aid recovery even for those with the most severe of conditions. Unemployment is known to be bad for mental health and the longer people are out of the workplace the harder they find it to return and the greater the impact on their health and well-being.
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Information for Learners and Employers
Would you like to find out more about our approach to Equality and Diversity, ESDGC (Education for Sustainable Development
and Global Citizenship), Welsh Language or about becoming more involved in how we can meet your needs.
To Access our Learner Portal Click Here and to Access our Employer Portal Click Here.