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Benefits Hub

Coleg Cambria Employees are able to access a number of benefits via the Cambria Benefits Hub. 

These include benefits such as Lifestyle benefits, Health schemes and benefits such as Cycle to work scheme.


Benefits Hub can be accessed from here or by downloading the app.

Health Initiatives

The College runs a number of health initiatives throughout the year such as Well person Checks and Flu Jab Clinics.

Health and Wellbeing Champions
There are a number of Employee Health and Wellbeing Champions across the organisation who are a great source of information for staff across the College on Health and Wellbeing issues. 

Information about our champions and their special interest areas are shown below.

Please feel free to contact them to find out more about Health and Wellbeing at Coleg Cambria.

View Champions

Calon - Charity in Action
Brio Leisure
Lifestyle Fitness

Collegues membership is £17.99 and Student membership is £18.99

Find Out More

Mental Health First Aiders
Let's Talk About Menopause

Let’s Talk About Menopause – Change is inevitable – how we handle it isn’t

Here at Coleg Cambria we’re passionate about the wellbeing of our colleagues and that means talking about menopause. As part of Menopause Awareness Month a webinar was delivered by laugholgy, who are an organisation who specialise in encouraging everyone to to talk openly about menopause in the workplace.

The webinar covers what menopause is, its symptoms, ways of managing them, thinking about long term health GP and workplace conversations and where help is available. 

The session is designed for everyone, not just those who are experiencing symptoms, as we can all be impacted by the menopause. It could be a member of your family, friend or colleague experiencing menopause and knowing more will help you support them. 

Menopause Awareness – Webinar (1 hour)

Menopause - The Next Chapter
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Mental Health Foundation tips
Beat Eating Disorders
The Sanctuary

A chat room and safe space for people with an eating disorder to share concerns and advice on how they are coping with the pandemic.

Website Link

Suicide Preventation Support App

An app for those at risk of suicide and those worried about someone.

Website Link

Support with Social Isolation

Helpline for everyone but especially men, and tips on coping with social isolation

Website Link

Support for Victims of Domestic or Sexual Violence
Suicide Prevention Services
Macmillan Cancer Support

Macmillan Coronavirus Hub

Macmillan has created a central hub on our website, where you can find the latest and up to date advice around Coronavirus for people living with cancer. It also has information for Macmillan supporters and volunteers. This hub is updated regularly and can be reached here.

Speaking to Macmillan directly

If you want to speak to a member of the Macmillan team directly, you can get in touch in the following ways:

  • Macmillan Support Line: 0808 808 0000 (open 9am-5pm)
  • Send us an online enquiry by using this link
  • Chat to us online here

Supporting your staff with cancer

It is a difficult and uncertain time for everyone now, but even more so for people living with a cancer diagnosis. Macmillan can offer you guidance in making sure you are offering the right level of support and information for your staff who are dealing with cancer, or caring for someone in their lives with cancer. Our Macmillan at Work scheme offers a fantastic toolkit, as well as regular email updates around cancer in the workplace. Sign up for free toolkit here

How the private sector and our partners are working to support people across the UK.

  • O2 has announced that their customers won’t lose any of their allocated monthly data allowance when browsing a whole host of support, advice and charity sites on their mobile. Macmillan’s website is one of the many charities and NHS websites that will be free to access in order to help its customers access the support they need, worry free, during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
  • Macmillan is working with Hello Fresh to distribute support leaflets for people who may need support during self-isolation,. These will be going out to 300,000 households between 28th March and 30th April, with key advice on how to access Macmillan support.
  • Our fitness partner, Everyone Active, is helping keep the UK fit in their own homes through a range of live workout classes that can be accessed at home. You can find out more here.
  • And our longstanding partner Travis Perkins have been supporting during the Covid-19 crisis by organising for 5 of their London branches to supply materials, hire gear and machinery to help with the changing of the Excel Centre into a 4,000 bed hospital for the NHS. They also continue to be on stand-by for any further requirements that need their support.
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Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook
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