Event Details

Thursday, 9 February, 2023 - 08:30 to 16:00
Australian Western Standard Time (AWST)


Vocational Training Services
2 Mackie Street
Victoria park WA 6100


AIHS Member $250+GST
Non-Member $350+GST


Event Organising Body: 
Australian Institute of Health & Safety
(03) 8336 1995


Endorsed Training

Join us on Thursday 9 February 2023 for a face-to-face and interactive one-day workshop on stigma in the workplace. 

This evidence-based and informed course focuses on the impact of stigma in the workplace, building on general mental health awareness. The course will enable participants to take the next step of understanding how stigma impacts mental health and what can be done in the workplace to address it.
By the completion of the course, participants will understand what stigma is, how to set up a process to identify stigma in the workplace and actions to head towards a stigma free workplace.

Learning Outcomes:

•    Understand what stigma is.
•    Gain knowledge of the three forms of stigma, self, social and structural.
•    Understand evidence-based strategies to mitigate stigma in the workplace. 
•    Understand the relationship between language and stigma.
•    Understand the impact of stigma on return to/at work. 
•    Share and hear good practices being implemented by like-minded professionals. 

The course is ideally suited to managers, supervisors, safety and related professionals, and practitioners looking to take action on stigma in the workplace.

Event Details:
Date: Thursday 9 February 2023
Time: 08:30 - 16:00 AWST 
Location: Vocational Training Services - 2 Mackie St, Victoria Park WA 6100
Please note: All day parking is available in the King George Street, Car Park, located at 6 King George Street, Victoria Park.

Cost: AIHS Member $250+GST
Non-Member $350+GST
CPD Points: 20
* Coffee & Tea, Morning tea, and a light lunch will be provided* 

Your Trainer: 

Alastair Milne, Post Grad in Business Psychology, a Mental Health First Aid instructor and holds qualifications in Safety, Coaching and Change.

Alastair is a Behavioural Consultant whose mission is to help people feel cared for by their group. He facilitates training, coaching and workshops to support individual growth in areas including Mental Health, Safety and Leadership.

During 4 decades of worldwide experience across multiple disciplines, Alastair has always gravitated towards supporting growth in others. With extensive experience in Safety Leadership, he relates to the challenges of being a corporate professional and uses his lived experience of Mental Illness to help create sustainable change in the management of psycho-social hazards. Alastair does this by quickly building and maintaining psychological safety in groups when delivering credible content. 

Alastair holds a Post Grad in Business Psychology and various qualifications in Safety, Coaching and Change. He is also a Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) instructor.

This session is endorsed by the AIHS