Mindfulness in the Workplace

This Mindfulness module is designed to provide you with the information and tools you need to bring a mindful approach to your workplace – and beyond. Once you have successfully completed the module you will gain 20 credits that you can, if you wish, put towards any further study you undertake.

Key Facts

Wales Institute for Work-based Learning
Contact Name:
Heather Fish
Contact Email:
Language Choice

By the end of this module, you will have had the opportunity to explore how a mindfulness-based approach can help improve problematic issues within your workplace, as well as having developed a level of personal practice that will help you to be more effective in all areas of your life.

This module is aimed at people who are interested in finding out more about mindfulness and the tools needed to bring a mindful approach to your workplace – and beyond.

Heather Fish

This module is available at Level 4 and Level 7, depending on your level of qualification and experience, and as a result the assessment will vary slightly. For example, at level 4, which is equivalent to the first year of a university degree, the assessment is as follows:

Assignment 1: 1,500 words

Reflective journal: 1,500 words

We will discuss with you which level will be best for your needs and circumstances

No entry requirements

You will be required to attend three teaching days at the Carmarthen Campus. These days will provide you with a secure foundation to begin your study. Throughout this module you will be supported by a Tutor. This support can either be face-to-face, via telephone, email or Skype – or a mix of all these.

This module can be funded through ESF for eligible participants. Please contact gwlad@uwtsd.ac.uk or 01267 225167 for further information.

Mindfulness: Learner journeys

Learner: David Miller

Dysgwr: Nigel Williams

Learner: Nigel Williams

Learner: Dawn Smith