Free Menopause in the Workplace Events| Wellbeing Of Women

Menopause Xplored

Free workshops for SMEs (DHSC, NHS England & UKHSA funded)

Menopause Xplored

Women over the age of 50 are the fastest-growing demographic in the workplace. At this stage in their careers, women are often at their most successful, productive, and experienced. Yet it’s in the workplace that many people struggle with menopause symptoms. This can lead to them reducing their hours, passing up promotion or leaving their job altogether.

As a society, we have not been talking openly about menopause for long. It can still be hard to find the right information and support. Many women struggle in silence – including at work.

The good news? It doesn’t have to be this way. There are simple steps organisations can take to support people going through the menopause. Steps to retain staff and avoid skills shortages – and help women flourish.

Menopause Training for SMEs

We can help employers in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) understand menopause and offer their colleagues the right kind of support.

Our free interactive workshops cover:

– what is the menopause?

– the range of possible symptoms

– how it might affect your employees

– what you and your organisation can do to help.

Who is the training for?

The workshops are for small and medium-sized businesses in Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire and Luton,    (must have less than 250 employees). They’re for women and men of all ages and in all sorts of roles – those with HR responsibilities, as well as managers and business owners.

We are working with Menopause Reality, a multi-film immersive project from Forward Slash Films, and menopause expert Diane Danzebrink of Menopause Support to create workplace training through a series of interactive workshops for small and medium organisations in Milton Keynes and Bedfordshire.

This project is funded through the VCSE Health and Wellbeing Fund, part of a partnership programme between Department of Health & Social Care, NHS England and UK Health Security Agency.