Wraw Practitioner Accreditation Programme

Wraw is a psychometric tool and survey that provides a robust measure of resilience for individuals, teams and organisations and offers insights into the impact on wellbeing in the workplace.

According to the CIPD, 55% of organisations have seen an increase in reported common mental health conditions amongst their employees over the last 12 months*.

As resilience and mental wellbeing at work become an increasing priority, there is more demand for data insights from individuals, teams and organisations. This data provides a foundation upon which strategies and protective measures can be implemented to maintain and enhance resilience and wellbeing, as well as assess changes over time.

Wraw is based on the 5 pillars of Resilience, which provides a holistic view, covering thinking style and the emotional and physical elements that impact wellbeing.

the 5 pillars of resilience

The 5 Pillars of Resilience is a robust model used by hundreds of leading organisations across the UK and globally. It is a highly effective framework that supports individuals, teams and leaders to strengthen and develop their personal resilience. The model provides a holistic and comprehensive approach that has achieved substantial positive results for employees and their performance.


Wraw enables you to access a range of reports, from personal insights for individuals to an organisation-wide view of resilience and the impact on wellbeing in the workplace. Individual results are compared against a norm group consisting of the UK working population. The reports available include:

Report Details
Wraw Individual Report Develop self awareness and identify personal strategies to increase resilience and wellbeing
Wraw Team Report Gain insights into collective strengths, opportunities for development and strategies to optimise wellbeing and resilience in your team
Wraw Leader Report Understand to what degree individuals feel their resilience and wellbeing are actively supported by their line manager and key pressure points in the organisation
Wraw Leaders’ Summary Report Learn how a group of leaders are currently seen to manage resilience and wellbeing and how this could be enhanced
Wraw Organisation Report Gain valuable insights into the overall resilience and impact on wellbeing within your organisation (including a heat map of results) as well as key pressure points

The Wraw Academy

The Wraw Academy enables organisations and independent practitioners to gain accreditation to deliver resilience and wellbeing training and coaching interventions using Wraw. Following the initial accreditation, Wraw Practitioners will be able to conduct one-to-one feedback sessions, facilitate targeted work with teams and leaders and extend their capability to offer wellbeing consultancy to the whole organisation.

Sign up for the following accreditation programmes:

Programme Duration Details
Wraw Individuals and Teams 2-day Initial accreditation, focusing on the individual and teams
Wraw Leaders ½ day Train to deliver feedback and support using leadership reports
Wraw Organisations ½ day Train to deliver feedback and support using organisational reports
Wraw Master Practitioner 4-days Extended accreditation to include the initial two-day programme, plus a further two days to include an expanded suite of training materials to support delivery.
Wraw Master Practitioner Upskill Module 2-days Offers existing Certified Practitioners the opportunity to upskill and become a Wraw Master Practitioner

Following the initial accreditation, Wraw Practitioners may choose to add one, several or all further extension modules to their trainer portfolio. These modules help Practitioners to gain more tools, techniques and confidence to facilitate work with teams, leaders and the whole organisation.

To find out more about the benefits of Wraw for organisations and independent practitioners, click on the buttons below.

To take the first step and sign up for the Wraw Accreditation Programme, click ‘Book Now’ to secure your place.

*CIPD Health and Wellbeing at Work Survey 2018