with Workplace Choices

Invest in your workforce

0 %
turnover rate
%
considered leaving due to poor working culture
£ +
per salaried role replacement

Our programmes get to the core of issues; challenging unproductive and unhelpful thinking and putting new ideas and possibilities in place to help candidates progress in both their work and personal life.

The revenue from Choices Training and Development supports our charity Safe New Futures, further enabling businesses to enhance their Corporate Social Responsibility activities.

Create Healthy, Happy, Thriving Workplaces with bespoke wellbeing and productivity programmes that,

Maximise Your Employees’ Potentials

Attract The Very Best Employees​

Increase Retention Rates​

Reduce Sick Rates

Choices Training and Development Ltd. provide corporate training and support for work-based mental health and stress related issues.

See how Quilter employees have been impacted by our ‘Dare to Dream’ programme and why their director chose us.

We help organisations progress their Corporate Social Responsibility objectives.

Increase productivity and motivation

Support business to comply with their duty of care

Reduce absenteeism, presenteeism, staff turnover

Give back to a disadvantaged, vulnerable and unemployed community and society in general through supporting the trading arm of the charity Safe New Futures.

Choices Training & Development Ltd (CT&D) which was set up on 16th November 2015 as a trading arm to help support Safe New Futures - a charity incorporated on 27th August 1996.

Choices Training & Development is a way for corporate, public services, statutory bodies etc to exercise their corporate social responsibility by commissioning the trading body of the charity Safe New Futures

Choices Training and Development (CT&D) helps you increase resilience and productivity by providing management skills and methodology to tackle stress and manage change effectively proactively!

This is not just philanthropic, it's hard business. A healthy workforce equals a wealthy company.

This well-being intervention helps attract the right employees, reduces stress, sickness absence rates, staff attrition and the cost of re-recruitment.

“Our focus is on teaching people that they have the ability and skills to tackle and solve their own problems and situations. They do not always need to rely on an expert to “fix” them.”

Nina Kelly. Chief Executive Officer