Discover a new way to support the mental wellbeing of your people.



Why Mental Health is your No1 Challenge in 2022 presented by FactorC’s Graeme Cowan, Team Care and Resilience Speaker which is valued at $5,900 is a masterclass in how you can use training to build a mentally healthy workplace.

FactorC’s WeCARE program is an award-winning learning campaign designed to be implemented across your entire organisation, taking a local leader led approach, enabling team members to show they care and know how to approach and support their colleagues. In this engaging webinar, you will be taken through how a blended learning approach can help organisation just like yours, to build a mentally healthy workplace.

Begin your journey to improving mental health in your business by registering your workers for How to Help a Teammate by FactorC which is available free to EML customers through EMlearning until October 2022. 



About Graeme Cowan: Team Care and Resilience Speaker

Graeme Cowan is the Co-Founder of FactorC, and is also a Board Director of R U OK? and helped to start this initiative in 2009.

In his earlier career he worked in senior leadership positions with Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, and the management consulting company, Kearney.

In 2000 he went through a five-year episode of depression that his psychiatrist described as the worst he had ever treated. He emerged from this crisis with a different view about how we can increase our resilience, mood, and performance.

He is the author of four books, including the internationally acclaimed BACK FROM THE BRINK, featuring a testimonial from the former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, and has become a best seller in China. Over the last five years he has helped thousands of leaders and teams to be more caring, mentally healthy, and growth oriented. He is a regular media commentator on workplace resilience in volatile times.



EML Offer: SAVE 50% 

Save 50% on the 45min webinar Why Mental Health is your No1 Challenge in 2022 presented by FactorC’s Graeme Cowan, Team Care and Resilience Speaker which is valued at $5,900.

This offer is only available when you register 100 or more employees for Factor C’s WeCARE: How to Help a Teammate in Distress course which is available for free through EMlearning until October.



Available for a limited time only

EML customers and their employees are also eligible to receive the How to Help a Teammate in Distress course a key component of the WeCARE program and resources, free of charge (valued at $40 per employee). Courses can be accessed through EMlearning or hosted on your own in-house learning platform.

How to Help a Teammate in Distress by FactorC

The 20 minute How to Help a Teammate in Distress course, is an online learning module supporting leaders to build more caring and mentally healthy teams, who enjoy growing together.


The course features downloadable resources including a guidebook, poster, moodometer wallet card and just-in-time help sheets.


The course is free for EML customers through EMlearning for a limited time (October 2022).


As a customer of EML, you have the flexibility to access the course directly through EMlearning or on your own platform at no extra charge.


You also can access free support to register your employees on EMlearning.

What you save

The savings:

How to Help a Teammate in Distress eLearning course is valued at $40 per employee (ex GST) but is accessible to EML customers for free through EMlearning until October 2022.

Webinar 'Why Mental Health is your No1 Challenge in 2022' is valued at $5,900 but through this offer you only pay $2950 (ex GST).

To access this offer

Step 1: Register for EMlearning to access the How to Help a Teammate in Distress course


Step 2: Contact mutualbenfits@eml.com.au to access free additional support to register 100 or more employees for the free How to Help a Teammate in Distress course through EMlearning


Step 3: Contact FactorC to enquire about EML’s offer, saving you 50% on a 30-45min webinar presented by FactorC’s Graeme Cowan 'Why Mental Health is your No1 Challenge in 2022'. 



More information

For more information regarding FactorC contact support@factorc.com.au or visit the FactorC website page

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