The NEBOSH Working with Wellbeing Qualification

About this Course

Understand the links between work, health and wellbeing, and the role of stakeholders in adopting an organisational approach to employee wellbeing

Wellbeing is important to us all. Our everyday work and private lives place demands upon us that can impact on our levels of wellbeing.  

Investing in good wellbeing at work not only helps us as individuals but can also provide many benefits for the organisations we work for, such as increased productivity, reduced staff turnover and less absenteeism.

This 1-day course looks at what ‘wellbeing’ is in practice and the different factors which can influence this in both positive and negative ways.  The benefits of good worker wellbeing are discussed, along with the many practical ways in which this can be improved.

Who is this for?

Adopting an organisational approach to employee wellbeing carries with it distinct responsibilities for particular employee groups.

Senior managers

A lack of senior management commitment to wellbeing can be a major barrier to successful implementation. Senior managers are crucial role models, and line managers and employees are more likely to engage with health and wellbeing interventions if they see senior leaders actively participating in them.  Senior managers have the authority and influence to ensure that wellbeing is a strategic priority embedded in the organisation’s day-to-day operations and culture.

Line managers

Much of the day-to-day responsibility for managing employees’ health and wellbeing falls on line managers. This includes implementing wellbeing initiatives, spotting early warning signs of stress, making reasonable adjustments at work, and nurturing positive relationships.  Line managers also need to understand the impact their management style has on employees and the wider organisational culture at work.


Employees also have a responsibility for looking after their own health and wellbeing.   The workplace can be less stressful but only if everyone participates in the wellbeing initiatives provided by their employer and take care of their health and wellbeing outside work.  Employers should be encouraging employees’ to get involved  with the support and benefits being made available to them.

Learning Outcomes

Element 1: Foundations of wellbeing

  • What is ‘wellbeing’?
  • Why does wellbeing matter?

Element 2: The branches of wellbeing

  • Interaction
  • Exercise
  • Mindfulness
  • Nutrition
  • Kindness
  • Learning

Element 3: Interventions in the workplace

  • Planning interventions
  • Measuring the effectiveness of interventions

See the full course timetable here


What are the Benefits for Employers?

You can be confident that this course will help make a difference within your company.  The content is based on recognised research and includes activities and case studies to help you apply tried and tested interventions to transform wellbeing at work. 

“Growing international pressure from leading edge employers to drive wellness as part of corporate social responsibility strategies may encourage businesses to start treating wellness as an integral component of their business model” PricewaterhouseCoopers

“People who achieve good standards of well-being at work are likely to be more creative, more loyal, more productive, and provide better customer satisfaction than individuals with poor standards of well-being at work” New Economics Foundation




The Working with Wellbeing assessment is made up of two parts:

  • Part 1 – reflect on, and provide brief details of, your organisation’s current strengths and weaknesses in relation to each branch of the NEBOSH ‘wellbeing tree’.
  • Part 2 – produce an intervention plan. Choose and describe three interventions to improve wellbeing in your workplace; you must provide a justification for each choice and details of how you could evaluate each intervention’s effectiveness.

This assessment will measure your ability to demonstrate what you have learned and how you intend to apply this learning in your workplace.

Course Prices

£350 per person including VAT and all examination costs.

Train 6 for £2000 anywhere in the UK.  Additional places charged at £350.

Please contact us for further information.

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