Work, Health and Well-being | AIA

Event Date: 
20 February 2019
Event Time: 
11:30 to 12:30

CPD Units: 1

Work can have a positive impact on our health and well-being. Healthy and well-motivated employees can have an equally positive impact on the productivity and effectiveness of a business.

Malcolm Philips will help you understand the interaction between health and well-being and work by focusing on:

  • The relationships between line managers and employees
  • The importance of getting employees involved
  • Job design, flexible working and the use of occupational health. 

Malcolm is an experienced Acas Senior Adviser working with employers in the North East of England.

Malcolm's varied responsibilities encompass helping organisations understand a wide range of workplace topics, resolving disputes and partnership working. Malcolm tailors advice and training, delivering bespoke courses on the full range of employment relations topics including being the lead in development and delivery of Mental Health Awareness . In addition to this Malcolm is also a trained mediator.

He previously worked as an Acas Individual Conciliator, dealing with disputes across the private, public and charitable business sectors. Prior to this Malcolm had a range of roles within the public sector including Contract Management, Financial Audit, Immigration and Benefit Fraud.  

Malcolm is a member of the Institute of Training and OccupationalLearning (ITOL) and is CIPD trained. 


If you are unable to join us for this FREE webinar you are able to pay for the recording to watch at a time more convenient to you.


CPD753 Members  - Free

CPD754 Non-Members – Free

CPD755 Recording (£15)

You must book your place by the 19 February 2019 to allow us time to set up the webinar and ensure that you are able to log in.

To Book your place:

  1. Book online through My AIA (Please make a note of the booking codes above).
  2. Phone 0191 493 0282 to pay by credit card (For Webinar Recording).


If you have to cancel or transfer, the full fee will be transferred to a future event, provided notice is received not less than 24 hours prior to the event. If you cancel or transfer later than this, the full fee will be charged to that event. Alternatively, a substitute delegate would be welcome at no extra charge.

Where circumstances force the AIA to change the details of or cancel a webinar, the liability of the AIA will be limited to a refund of fees for that particular webinar. The AIA is not liable for any consequential loss.