In today's climate, the mental health of employees within the workplace is a growing concern. Given that Canada is considered a leader in its efforts to promote psychological health and safety, there is a strong need to gain a better understanding of employee's mental health considerations and addressing them appropriately within the workplace context. Key principles for managing mental health disabilities will be discussed with practical, hands-on recommendations for human resources professionals, managers and supervisors. This micro-credential will provide industry professionals with the tools and information they need to support their employees with mental health conditions and specifically addresses return-to-work issues and workplace accommodation. Guidance will be provided to you, as the employer, to incorporate the Psychological Health and Safety Standard and information on leveraging skills for a helping relationship understanding, loss, crisis and positive actions and behaviours. Given the current climate and workplace environments, information on work-from-home, social isolation considerations, and their impacts will be discussed.

Completion Requirements

For successful completion of this micro-credential, students will successfully complete and pass all courses listed.



Awarded by the Registrar's Office to those who have successfully completed a defined list of related courses that focus on a specific competency. Typically less than 136 hours and include assessment. The quality criteria are determined by the college.


Visit your Student Portal to track your progress. When you have successfully completed the requirements, you can print your certificate.