Menopause workplace training
I offer a range of menopause training options for organisations. These are the most popular but I’m always happy to discuss personalising sessions to fit the needs of specific organisations.
A general guide to menopause symptoms and how these can impact both home and work life.
Suitable for: Anyone (of either sex) wanting to learn more about this stage of a woman’s life.
Duration: 60 – 90 minutes. Includes time for questions.
Format: This session can be delivered in person or over Zoom or Teams
Menopause for managers
Learn how menopause can impact work and how adapting the work environment can help support staff. I cover the organisation’s responsibilities around health and safety and discrimination at work. The session will include practical tips relevant to the organisation.
Suitable for: those with line management responsibilities
Duration: 60 -90 mins. Includes time for questions.
121 menopause consultations
One to one consultations in the workplace for staff to discuss their specific menopause issues. A great added benefit for staff going through menopause.
Timing: Each session lasts 60 minutes. Minimum 4, maximum 6 sessions per day.
Small group 90-minute menopause workshops
There is so much to cover around menopause and I offer workshops that take a deeper dive into some of the most common issues. Despite the often personal nature of the topic, I find that women respond well to the group environment and report finding the sessions very helpful.
These sessions are ideal for number of women
- Menopause sign and symptoms, how they can impact working and the challenges they present
- Lifestyle and what changes can be put in place to help
- HRT. What it is, side effects and benefits
- Stress management. How to deal with it and measures that can be put in place to help.
- Nutrition and exercise. An insight into the type of food that can help with mood, weight and general health and the type of exercise we should be doing in menopause.
Menopause monthly coffee drop in
A regular opportunity for staff to check in on symptoms and receive and provide support in a safe space. I provide take away information on relevant topics This is a great additional benefit for staff. Especially for larger organisations or those where the workforce is particularly affected by menopause.