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Stress Management in Life and Work

295.00 inc. Vat


Stress is a natural response that your body displays when you face an imminent threat. It can be either positive or negative but chronic stress can lead to (or exacerbate) serious health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer, autoimmune syndromes, depression, anxiety disorders and more. Therefore, being able to manage and reduce stress is so important for your health. Finding ways to manage, reduce and relieve stress is important to keep chronic stress at bay. In addition, stress management helps you improve your relationship with others, and can also benefit your career.
-For an employer, helping employees to experience lower stress levels and deal with stress will mean :
– Happier more motivated and committed employees
– Better customer service and satisfaction
– Higher staff retention levels
– Fewer accidents and mistakes
– Lower absenteeism levels
– Staff working in teams
– Better Conflict management and Resolution

Who is the course intended for?
This course is intended for anyone who needs to deal with stress in their personal or professional life.
1 Day
Training methodology:
A participative and interactive training approach will be followed throughout the programme. In tandem with a number of exercises (both individual and group), participants will be encouraged to discuss topics and share their own experiences.
The programme will be evaluated informally during the programme and by a formal questionnaire at its conclusion.
On successful completion participants will be awarded with Amber Safety Certificate of Completion.

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Course Objectives

On the course completion participants will :

  • Be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of stress and its impact on life and work performance
  • Know and utilise the methods of coping and managing stress

Course Programme

  • Stress – what is it? What is negative and positive stress
  • Stress and human body ‘fight or flight’ response
  • What causes stress? Recognising your own stressors in life and in workplace
  • Symptoms and signs of stress
  • Stress relief techniques
  • Creating your Personal Response to Stress Plan

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