Learning at Work and Workplace Health Week: Free workshops

Cambridge Network is delighted to be supporting Learning at Work and Workplace Health Week. See below for our free workshops on 15th May - sign up now!


We have a full day of planned talks and workshops aimed at employers, employees and job seekers offering practical techniques to recognising issues to maintain a happy and healthy workplace.

The day opens with The One Group, Anglia Ruskin University and Marshall Aerospace and Defence hosting an event focussing on maximising apprenticeships.  The event will include information on the different levels of apprenticeships, how to use the apprenticeship levy, and the benefits of having apprentices as part of your team.

The day includes the following workshops, to assist you with all aspects whilst providing useful insights and tools to enhance your businesses and working lives.


Making Apprenticeships Work for your Organisation


How to maximise apprenticeships within your organisation.  If you are looking to build apprenticeships into your talent base, we will be providing essential information on how to    with insights from organisations who already have established successful apprenticeship programmes in place.

Precision Questioning
11.30-12.30 & 13.30-14.20
Ever feel that your language fails to do justice to the complexity and sensitivity of your thinking?

The precision questioning model is a series of challenges to imprecise or lazy language and helps the speaker to reconnect language to experience. Come along and find out how to take greater ownership of language and of the experience it intends to communicate.

Power Through Pressure
Pressure can feel relentless in our modern lives.

Whether it’s another email pinging into your in-tray, the phone ringing, the boss shouting, or social media calling for your attention, working life is busier now than it’s ever been.

But there are tricks for dealing with pressure, and knowing what they are can bring great benefits for both your career and personal life.

Join former BBC News Correspondent Simon Hall, who dealt with intense stresses and strains every day, to discover the secrets of dealing with pressure.

STEM Busking
Busking is not just for musicians, magicians and other street performers but ideal for STEM engagement. Using objects and mini-demonstrations is a quick and easy way to capture attention, engage, inform and inspire students into STEM subjects. Discover some of the tricks and tips for successful STEM busking

Staying Well at Work
It’s always easier to give your best at work if you feel ‘at your best’. When you are looking after your physical and mental wellbeing, you can be more productive and more effective. It is easier to concentrate, easier to be creative, easier to make sound decisions and easier to deal with a heavy workload. This is good for you and good for your organisation.

How to Spot Mentally Healthy Workplaces
This workshop aims to give you an understanding of what a mentally healthy workplace looks like, and helps you to identify the strengths and areas to develop.

Who is it for?
Anyone who is responsible for mental health at work.

Mentally Healthy Workplaces:
What does that look like?
What are your business strengths?
What areas need development?

Drama for Mental Health
Discover how drama can be used to address social and mental health issues in a safe and creative way. Explore the differing forms of script, devising and mask work to gain greater insights and open dialogue.


To sign up for any of these free sessions, please email learning@cambridgenetwork.co.uk


May 15th, 2019 8:00 AM   to   5:00 PM
Hauser Forum
3 Charles Babbage Road
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB3 0GT
United Kingdom
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