BRISTOL, UK — July 7,With flexibility of working environment a high priority for many employees, Agylia has launched mental health and wellbeing modules focused on what people need to know to maintain good levels of wellbeing and the practical skills they need to take care of their mental health, as they adapt to new working practices.

Tim Buff, Managing Director at Agylia, said “As people begin to return to the workplace, organisations have a duty of care to ensure that the workplace is sufficiently safe. To support their people, its important organisations take an individualised approach to consider the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing of their workforce. They should also listen to any concerns employees may have.”

Agylia Health and Wellbeing provides organisations with an easy to deploy programme, centrered around mental health, wellbeing and employee engagement. It enables organisations to engage and gather feedback around return to work themes, and ensure their employees receive the mental health and wellbeing support at work they need.

Agylia Health and Wellbeing contains 12 microlearning modules and 3 surveys on topics including:

  • Remote working
  • What is mental health and wellbeing?
  • How to manage your wellbeing
  • Mindfulness and self-care
  • A guide for team leaders, managers and supervisors

Agylia Health and Wellbeing is available for organisations to use on their existing learning management system (LMS), or an Agylia LMS and App dedicated to health and wellbeing.

About Agylia

Agylia, a Civica Group company, enables organisations to support their people with modern digital learning solutions.

The Agylia Learning Management System (LMS) provides digital, classroom and blended learning experiences to employees and external audiences. With consumer-grade user experiences, personalisation, social learning and CPD, Agylia powers self-directed learning and ongoing development.

Agylia Mobile Learning Apps enable people to access digital learning at the point of need, even when they’re offline – whether they’re in the office, at home, travelling or working away.

Agylia use the latest design approaches and technologies to create powerful and effective eLearning and microlearning content across a range of learning topics.

Our clients include Microsoft, Deloitte, Samaritans, Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) and many more leading organisations.

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