Abta has brought back its mental health webinar for members “due to popular demand” following last year’s event.
The association’s online Mental Health Training for Travel Workforces session is to take place on January 19 and cover practical guidance on key mental health risks and how to protect employees’ mental health.
It is designed to help those taking part spot vulnerable staff and learn what businesses can do to help; as well as discuss the legal obligations of employers.
Trudie Clements, director of industry charity Abta LifeLine, will be among the speakers.
The webinar is free for Abta members and partners, while non-members are attend for a fee of £99 plus VAT. There is also a 10% discount offered on Abta events booked this month. Those using the code ABTAJAN22 get the discount when booking any event.
Abta also confirmed its events programme for the first half of 2022.
It includes the following conferences:
- Crisis Management in Travel: February 9
- Travel Finance: February 22-23
- Delivering Sustainable Travel: March 2
- Health, Safety and Security in Travel: March 23-24
- Travel Marketing: May 4-5
- Travel Law Seminar: May 9-10
Training events include:
- Claims Handling in Travel: March 16
- Crisis Communications in Travel: March 30
- Complaints Handling Training for Travel: May 11
Abta’s head of events, Eve Coburn, said: “The new year brings us a new chance to brush up on our knowledge and skills.
“Abta’s events offer additional support to members, as well as the opportunity for professionals in the travel industry to foster business growth by getting up to date insights and advice from key specialists and leaders.”