• Corporate Education refers to a system of professional development activities provided by HFI to educate employees. This may consist of formal or informal training. The simplest form of corporate education may be training programs designed “in-house” for an organisation that may wish to train their employees on specific aspects of their life (health and wellbeing) or personal responsibilities.

  • More formal relationships may further exist where corporate training is provided to employees through ‘lunch and learn talks’ to practical based sessions to challenge workers both physically and mentally through a system of CEUs (Continuing Education Units). The CEU’s can be used as a reward scheme for employee engagement. HFI also offer corporate initiatives as a stand alone or annual event for the corporate calendar.

  • The main aim of HFIs Education & Training Program is to add another dimension and depth to training. This can be done through, employee empowerment, employee engagement and acquiring new knowledge, that assists an organisation to develop and evolve, through caring and helping for their workers. The ultimate aim is to progress and evolve by becoming mentally and physically healthier and happier in their jobs.

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HFI are an established health education and training company that holds a strong presence in the corporate environment. HFI’s corporate philosophy is changing mindsets through education and empowerment. HFI are dedicated to delivering innovative and productive workplace programs, which will help keep employees happy, healthy and motivated. Investing in your most valuable asset – your people – has never been more important because, as every forward thinking employer knows, healthy, motivated employees are the driving force behind every successful business.

The results of our programs are improved health, productive employees, lower healthcare costs, and thriving company performances. Our approach is based not only on science and proven results, but on the principle that any health program should be done for and with your employees, not to them.  People must engage and participate willingly because ultimately, only an individual can make the key lifestyle changes required to improve their physical and mental health. We would encourage an approach to include both management and employees.

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  • Psychologists
  • Physiotherapists
  • Psychotherapists
  • Nurses

  • Nutritionists
  • Health Screen Specialist 

  • Personal Trainers
  • Sports Performance
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