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Having a sense of belonging has a profound impact on our wellbeing. Those who have a sense of belonging in their workplace tend to have positive mental health, more meaningful connection to peers and leadership, see how their work is connected to the mission of the organization, and high levels of life satisfaction.

Level 1 BELONGING programs

These simple to complete programs are intended to engage participants with important but brief information about many different health topics. Full-Time participants will be incentivized for selecting and completing any two Level 1 programs ($50 each).

First Aid and CPR

Nearly 5 million workers were injured on the job in 2012. Individuals with first aid training tend to have fewer workplace injuries than those without (Miller and Andrew, 1973). As such, being First Aid and CPR certified is supported by the Employee Wellness program.  To receive the $50 incentive for completion of your First Aid and CPR certification you will need to fill out and submit a Level 1 Incentive Request form.  Please send evidence of your First Aid and CPR certification to 

First Aid/CPR Training

National Safety Council course. Cost is $20 which covers student material and certificates. CPR is valid for 2 years and First aid for 3 years. This class qualifies for Employee Wellness benefit level 1. The entire course takes approximately 7 hours.

    • MySLCC
      • Employee Training
      • Register for Training
      • Emergency Management for Training/Department
      • Choose Course E026 First Aid


Live On is a statewide effort to prevent suicide by promoting education, providing resources, and changing our culture around suicide and mental health. Together we can get through, reach out, lift up, look ahead, and Live On.

Please join your fellow SLCC coworkers in becoming a Suicide Prevention Ambassador! Full-time & part-time employees can help us reach our goal of 1,000 employees becoming LiveOn Ambassadors by completing the LiveOn Utah Playbook program through Canvas.

Full-time employees:


  • If you have not already done so, please fill out our completion form to help SLCC receive recognition from the State of Utah as a Suicide Prevention Organization.

Part-Time employees:

  • Please fill out our completion form to help SLCC receive recognition from the State of Utah as a Suicide Prevention Organization.

Recognition is important! Be sure to post your Ambassador Certificate on your Instagram page with hashtag #SLCCLiveOn once all 10 modules have been completed.

This course can be done any time, at your own pace. Total time to complete is approximately 2 hours. These step-by-step instructions will guide you through. 


QPR is a program that provides individuals with the skills and knowledge to recognize and respond to warning signs of suicide. 

What does QPR mean?
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — the three simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide.

Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. Each year thousands of Americans, like you, are saying "Yes" to saving the life of a friend, colleague, sibling, or neighbor.

Register in the MySLCC Employee Experience Training Portal. Search under “Human Resources.”: HW10 – QPR Gatekeeper Training.

Date Day Time Location
April 4, 2024 Thursday 10:00-11:30AM Redwood Campus

Level 2 BELONGING Programs

This level is aimed at knowledge acquisition. Here you will receive in-depth and usable information about relevant health and wellbeing topics. Full-Time participants will be incentivized for selecting and completing any three Level 2 programs ($100 each). 


Community Walkability is a program that helps participants become more physically active within their communities by identifying the unique ways in which they move and identifying and correcting public safety issues that limit or prevent physical activity.


Coming soon, please check back


Mindfulness Self-Compassion and How to Make Friends with Yourself: Presented by C.A.L.M (Center for Authentic Leadership and Mindfulness). Everyday experiences can seem increasingly demanding, whether it be dealing with the day-to-day grind, life struggles, or confronting one’s own self-doubt. Developing a practice of mindful self-compassion can help us respond to ourselves and others with kindness rather than self-judgment, and to recognize that imperfection is part of the shared human experience.

Join Andrea Malouf and SLCC Employee Wellness for a 4-week series of mindfulness self-compassion, resilience and joy. In this course, we’ll explore the three pillars of compassion: mindfulness, self-compassion and common humanity. By the end, you will have gained practical tools to develop an ongoing mindfulness meditation practice of your own.

All employees at any experience level are welcome. Space is limited!
Submit the Registration form to sign-up for CALM Mindful Mediation.

Dates Day Time Location
July 11, 18, Aug 1 & 8, 2024 Thursdays 1:00PM-2:00PM Redwood Campus

Level 3 BELONGING Programs

These long-format, Health Mastery programs have been designed with behavior change in mind. Here you will receive in-depth and usable information about relevant health and wellbeing topics. Participants will be incentivized for selecting and completing a maximum of one item ($200) per fiscal year.

Departmental Program

Social support is a key component to successfully adopting healthy behaviors. Departmental Programs are health education programs that are custom-built based on the department's needs. These programs will leverage the power of the existing team structure to empower health behavior change. Departments may request a custom program by contacting Departmental health programs are based on availability.


This 12-week stress management program aims to educate participants about stress, the importance of having it, how to prevent it from causing harm, and how to grow through it. 

Register for one of the below Stress Management sections. 





Sept. 9th - Dec. 9th, 2024


11:00AM to 12:00PM