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Programme Costs

Price per person

  • Programme costs for up to 300 attendees:      $90 pp
  • Programme costs for 300+ attendees:              POA
    (Volume discounts may apply)

Prices include all programme materials and exclude g.s.t and disbursement costs. Please contact us for a comprehensive quotation.

Workshop materials

Full programme materials are provided including individual Manager’s Guidebooks and individual Workforce Workbooks. Connector’s badges and workplace accreditation certificates are also provided as part of programme implementation.

Workplace involvement

In order for the programme to be effective, impactful and enduring and for the organisation to receive WellBeing@Work Accreditation, a minimum of 70% of the organisation’s permanent workforce need to be included in training and workshops


WellBeing@Work Accreditation is awarded for a 3-year period post implementation. Re-accreditation is via a half-day accreditation review with management along with a half-day refresher training session for the organisation’s Champions and Connectors. Some additional training sessions may also be required where staff turnover or organisational growth have reduced total workforce involvement to below 70%.

Venue and workshop assistance

As WellBeing@Work training is undertaken within each workplace, organisations are required to provide a suitable training venue. Venues should have: electricity, parking for WB@W presenter and attendees (or group transport), projector screen, whiteboard, power point projector, table for resources, table for facilitator use, seating for min.20 people, toilets, light refreshments.

The organisation is also asked to provide an assistant at each training session to assist with set-up/ tidy up, distribution of materials, provision of refreshments etc. (This may be one person for all sessions or various people.)

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The WellBeing@Work programme engages and impresses with its professional resources and method of delivery around a subject that many in our team were initially not comfortable discussing.

The WellBeing@Work programme encouraged discussion and openness around the mental health topic. By undertaking the programme, people managers gained a greater level of confidence to raise issues and understanding of supporting resources available. I would highly recommend the programme.

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