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Stress Management | Training Course

Learn all about stress and the different ways you can manage and reduce it.
Take part in practical exercises to learn coping strategies to use at work and home.

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT EXPERTS | PROFESSIONAL TRAINING | SMALL COURSE SIZES | LONDON LOCATION

  Course Dates Venue   Price  
Online £479 + VAT

Stress Management | Training Course

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What will I learn?

  • Understanding what stress is
  • Recognising personal stress
  • Coping strategies
  • Building resilience
  • A stress action plan
  • Free digital course assets
  • Free post-course helpdesk support
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Understanding stress

• What is stress and why do humans get stressed?

• Understanding how stress relates to pressure

• The effects of stress

• Different sources of stress


Recognising personal stress

• Identifying factors which can create pressure and stress

• Looking at personal time management, information overload, and other stressful situations

• Identifying the symptoms and effects of pressurised situations

• Understanding your stress response

Coping strategies at work and at home

• Recognising and managing pressurised situations

• Different strategies to manage personal pressurised situations

• Selecting your own strategies for different situations

• Implementing personal coping strategies

• Building resilience


Managing your stress levels

• Using the PACR model

• Basic Mindfulness Techniques


Managing stress at work with an action plan

• Why use an Action Plan?

• Delegates will then create a work action plan showing how strategies can be implemented to prevent and minimise pressurised situations for themselves and their team


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"Very clear instructions and lots of time to reflect and ask questions. Great environment and facilities. A very pleasant experience away from the workplace and a very cost effective course offering. Lisa was fantastic - organised, friendly, included lots of practical examples and gave us lots of hints and tips that will be invaluable."
Asante Capital Group LLP
  • 22nd September


"Neil was great at keeping everyone engaged, answering questions in a detailed manner and just being funny in general. He's like the Adam Buxton of the adobe training world. Everyone was super friendly and the food, as always, was delicious. Thank you!! :)"
Dead Satsuma
  • 22nd September


"Great introduction course that has left me inspired to try new things and learn more."
LSE
  • 22nd September