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3d Leisure introduces mental health first aiders and launches live fitness service
POSTED 19 Nov 2020 . BY Tom Walker
The new service will allow corporate clients to stream classes, provide one to one sessions and deliver group webinars Credit: Shutterstock.com/bbernard
Leisure management company 3d Leisure is introducing two new services across its corporate division, in response to the continued uncertainties relating to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The company is introducing mental health first aiders, while also launching a live fitness and wellbeing service for its corporate clients.

The first aiders will be trained to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses in order to understand risk factors and warning signs of mental health concerns.

They will also be able to provide basic support for a person with mental injuries, until they receive more advanced help from a dedicated service.

The company, which operates leisure facilities on behalf of hotels, residential developments and corporate companies – as well as private clubs – is also setting up an at-home fitness service to help clients faced with closing their facilities due to the latest lockdown.

Following the government guidance that employees should work from home wherever possible, many corporate gyms and fitness spaces are expected to shut.

The new, remote fitness and wellbeing service will be bespoke to each client and will utilise existing on-site teams.

As part of the service, clients will have the option to stream classes, provide one to one sessions and deliver group webinars – as well as personal training and mental wellbeing support.

Mandy McCracken, 3d’s business development director said: “The development of 3d’s new live offering, bespoke to each individual client, further demonstrates the innovation and dynamic approach 3d provide to all our clients, in a world that is currently changing daily 3d are proud to continue to adapt and fall in line with the pace of change.”
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3d Leisure introduces mental health first aiders and launches live fitness service
POSTED 19 Nov 2020 . BY Tom Walker
The new service will allow corporate clients to stream classes, provide one to one sessions and deliver group webinars Credit: Shutterstock.com/bbernard
Leisure management company 3d Leisure is introducing two new services across its corporate division, in response to the continued uncertainties relating to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The company is introducing mental health first aiders, while also launching a live fitness and wellbeing service for its corporate clients.

The first aiders will be trained to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses in order to understand risk factors and warning signs of mental health concerns.

They will also be able to provide basic support for a person with mental injuries, until they receive more advanced help from a dedicated service.

The company, which operates leisure facilities on behalf of hotels, residential developments and corporate companies – as well as private clubs – is also setting up an at-home fitness service to help clients faced with closing their facilities due to the latest lockdown.

Following the government guidance that employees should work from home wherever possible, many corporate gyms and fitness spaces are expected to shut.

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As part of the service, clients will have the option to stream classes, provide one to one sessions and deliver group webinars – as well as personal training and mental wellbeing support.

Mandy McCracken, 3d’s business development director said: “The development of 3d’s new live offering, bespoke to each individual client, further demonstrates the innovation and dynamic approach 3d provide to all our clients, in a world that is currently changing daily 3d are proud to continue to adapt and fall in line with the pace of change.”
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