Events and Workshops

Committed to developing and promoting healthy and sustainable workplaces.

Healthy UBC Events and Workshops are free ongoing university-wide educational opportunities that focus on promoting positive mental health and physical wellbeing for staff, faculty.

Updated April 7, 2020

Register now for upcoming “Lunch-and-Learn” webinars offered through Morneau-Shepell, UBC’s Employee and Family Assistance Program provider.

Working Mobile: UBC Okanagan Staff and Faculty

  • In this seminar, participants will focus on recent workplace trends and discuss the benefits and challenges of working remotely.
  • Webinar date: April 14, 2020
  • Webinar time: 12:00-1:00 p.m.

Stress Relaxation Techniques: UBC Okanagan Staff and Faculty

  • This workshop will show participants how to make time to calm down and reduce stress using both proactive and reactive relaxation techniques.
  • Webinar date: April 22, 2020
  • Webinar time: 12:00-1:00 p.m.

Welcoming Change into Your Life:  UBC Vancouver Staff and Faculty

  • This session will address the emotional reactions that participants may experience when confronted with change, taking into account their personality and strength, and provide coping skills to enable them to manage change more effectively.
  • Webinar date: April 23, 2020
  • Webinar time: 12:00-1:00 p.m.

The following workshops, events and webinars are available and open to all faculty and staff at both UBC Vancouver and Okanagan.

LIFT Virtual Fitness Challenge

  • Registration: opens March 26, 2020
  • Challenge runs: April 15-May 15

30-day Online Mindfulness Challenge

  • New session starts April 14th
  • Sessions also start every Tuesday

Get Active Online with UBC Recreation

  • Instagram Live movement breaks twice a week
  • Virtual Fitness Classes
  • Lots more!

Free webinars from UBC’s EFAP provider Morneau Shepell

Participate in Research

  • Take part in a UBC Research study on the emotional aspects of managing COVID-19.

 

For inquiries regarding events and workshops, please contact Halina Deptuck, Workplace Wellbeing Associate, at efap.info@ubc.ca