News: On 22 Nov 2019 an information evening will take place (more information under "Organizational")
The topic of health is more topical than ever in the company context: offers for health promotion and work-life balance are increasingly decisive when selecting future employers. Employees today are looking for more than "just" a job. They are looking for meaningfulness in their work, transparent communication and a culture of trust.
Employers are more than ever in demand to maintain their workforce's ability to work and to promote employee satisfaction, motivation and loyalty over the long term. This is the only way to increase productivity, product and service quality and innovative ability. At the same time, the image as a lucrative employer is optimized. This is becoming increasingly important due to demographic developments and the associated competition for qualified junior staff.
With the university certificate "Systemic Process Consulting in Workplace Health Management", graduates create health-promoting working and living conditions through systemic consulting in the redesign and reorganisation of structures and processes in companies.
You will be taught the scientific approach and political and legal guidelines, which will be deepened in the subsequent practical work. This creates a smooth transition to later independent activity.
12-month extra-occupational training
Next course start: 13 February 2020
On Friday, 22.11.2019, there will be an information evening at 18:00 with the head of the certificate, Prof. Dr. Stephan Gronwald, the scientific assistant Jasmin Weber, current participants and further education officer Christina Moosmüller.
Please register by mail to Christina Moosmüller.
3000€ plus 300€ administration fee
Here you will find a summary of all information.
The university certificate "Systemic Process Consulting in Workplace Health Management", which entitles you to professionally introduce workplace health management in companies and businesses.
This in-service training is aimed at:
Those interested in the subject areas BGM and occupational safety
all those who wish to accompany and advise employers in their efforts to achieve higher employee satisfaction, greater motivation, greater loyalty to the company and the best work ability of their employees
No special requirements or previous knowledge required
If you have any questions regarding the part-time university certificate programme, please contact Ms Christina Moosmüller.