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Namibia Coordinator Training

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It was a very successful Certified Wellness Coordinator Training held in Windhoek, Namibia. The Wellness committee members from the Ministry of Labour have participated in the 3 day training with much enthusiasm.  Many dreams and passions were re-lived, and the committee is zealous to take Wellness to a new level!  All the best for the team, and we are very excited to hear about the success stories!

Debswana Wellness Peer Mentor Training

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Congratulations to each Peer Educator who have completed their Certified Wellness Peer Mentor Training from Jwaneng and Orapa.  In total, 101 Peer Mentors were empowered to fulfil their role in the Debswana Wellness Program.  We value the many friendships that were formed during the trainings.   We are looking forward to hear about the success stories of each individual that is fulfilling their purpose in being a Peer Mentor in Debswana.

Special connections made

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A special bond amongst peers were established at the recent Certified Wellness Peer Educator Training that was held at River Place, Hennopsrivier on 29 – 31 July 2013. Delegates from distinctively unique workplaces came together to share, learn and strengthen one another. Workplace cultures such as the gaming industry ,mining industry, mixed in with Zimbabwean perspectives made for a one of a kind training and development event.  The occasion is best described in the words of the delegates that was received in e-mail messages just after the training. Two of these e-mail messages are presented below.

Good Day All, I would like to thank all of you for the friendship, support and the new relationship that has started between all of us. I will always cherish and remember the three days that I had an opportunity to get to know you personally. It has built me as a person and a professional as well. Gloria and Takudzwa, let’s keep supporting one another in this journey for the benefit of those who have entrusted us with their lives in wellness. Tertia and Japie, a very BIG thank you for a course well designed and delivered for the challenges specific to Africa. You don’t realize how many lives you are touching with the knowledge and skills given to us. Keep up the good work!! Regards,  Geoff (De Beers)

Colleagues, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for the 3 days of networking and sharing knowledge and experience. It was an amazing and powerful training that i know will change the scope of wellness in Zimbabwe. The warmth and reception i received from you all in South Africa will remain with me forever. Even though i am still in South Africa, I can hardly wait to share my experiences with my Zimbabwean counterparts. With the outcome of events that side i was sceptical of going home now but after thinking of the small video we watched together from “The gods must be crazy”, I  have decided to leave anytime soon. The intriguing aspect which has drawn me to this decision is how the bushman would adapt to the environment rather than vice versa. Gloria and Geoff lets keep in touch and remember this is the start of a long professional working relationship. Japie and Tertia thank you for the seed of knowledge and understanding the harvest will surely come in due time. Stay Blessed. Regards. T.Hanyani (Zimbabwe)

1st Corporate Wellness in Kenya

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 27 – 30 AUGUST 2013

The 1st Annual Corporate Wellness Conference and Training in Kenya is around the corner. On 27 – 30 August 2013 delegates from all over Africa will network together and learn from the experts in the field of Corporate Wellness to create a healthy future for Africa.

Do you want to make a difference in your workplace or organization? If your answer to this question is Yes! Then, attending this conference and training is what you cannot afford to miss. The event brings together thought leaders to share cutting-edge concepts and emerging trends affecting the workplace, as well as real stories from international organizations.

This year’s conference will focus on raising the bar on Workplace Wellness program coordination. This four day conference & training blends international best practices into an African based environment. Key skills that Health & Wellness Coordinators will obtain include: conducting wellness culture audits, obtaining & maintaining leadership support and accountability, establishing a cohesive wellness team, developing a 5-year systematic culture change plan, art and science of behaviour change, integration of services and programs, monitoring and celebrating success.

The theme of this year’s conference is “Health and Wellness at the Work Place”  The biggest challenge facing employers and health plans is not just getting employees to believe in their employers wellness program, but in getting employee’s actively “engaged” in their health and wellness programmes. Our focus will be on best practices and case studies of innovative and successful “engagement” methods and activities that employers are using to get employees actively participating and taking charge of their health.

The 1st Annual Corporate Wellness Conference & Training takes place in Nairobi on August 27 – 30, 2013 at The Red Court Hotel.

Register today to reserve your seat at the conference and take advantage of quantity discounts! Call  Naftali on 0722300662 / 0735 600 662 E-mail –

To register online and for more information Visit Wellness Conference Kenya at


You will see a better ROI when you send large groups. It allows your key stakeholders to be aligned and get straight to work upon returning to the office.


Team of 4

All registrations must be received at the same time. 25%  discounts applies on the 4th participant.

Team of 5

All registrations must be received at the same time. 5th person attends for free!

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