The “practical stress management training course” offers you practical solutions to cut down and manage workplace stress. You’ll be able to learn techniques for efficiently manage stress in order to improve productivity and well-being. Participants of this course will be equipped with all the tools and techniques they need to become a better manager in this work area and to be able to bring the best out of their team using the skills and knowledge provided in this program. The managers will also be able to ensure improved overall results in the organization for a successful tomorrow.

This training program has been planned out keeping in mind both the traditional and up to the minute trends and requirements of the given field. This makes the course an ideal learning opportunity for all of its participants. Please make a note that a custom proposal can also be acquired, if you have different training requirements for your team.


Who is it for?

This course is for you if you are one of the Team leaders, supervisors and line managers of the organization who seek to decrease and manage work-related stress.


Course Objectives

As this course will come to an end, you’ll have:

  • Recognized the costs and benefits of dealing with stress
  • Defined what stress is and started to recognize the signs of stress
  • Tried out some personal stress management tactics and methods
  • Recognized the legal commitment of the employer to reduce work-related stress
  • Reviewed the key work areas that can lead to stress and recognized ways to address work-related stress throughout the company
  • Considered the critical role and skills of an effective manager of stress and drawn up their own action plan to address the most prominent issues in managing stress in the workplace


Course Outline

Module I

  • Costs and benefits of plummeting work-related stress
  • Impact and costs of stress on the organization
  • Why should you tackle workplace stress?
  • Small group exercise and facilitated group discussion
  • What is stress/stressors and controls
  • An overview to stress awareness
  • The fight or flight response

Module II

  • Recognizing the signs and symptoms of stress
  • Is all stress bad for you?
  • Presentation and group discussion
  • Review of current stress management techniques being used by the group
  • The four bases of stress – emotional, mental, physiological and behavioral
  • The long-term effects of stress
  • Classifying your personal stress map
  • Small group exercise with presentation feedback and group discussion, individual questionnaire and exercise
  • Stress management toolkit

Module III

  • Coping strategies and tips for managing stress
  • 5 Steps to Risk Assessment
  • Presentation, individual practical activity and facilitated group discussion
  • The legal case for dealing with work related stress
  • The legal obligation of the employer to reduce work related stress
  • Presentation and facilitated group discussion

Module IV

  • The HSE Management Standards Approach
  • The Risk Assessment approach to reducing stress in the workplace
  • Ways to encourage employers and employees to work in partnership to address work related stress throughout the organization
  • Six areas of work that can lead to stress – a review of the standards and what can be done in the participants workplace to manage stress
  • Presentation, small group exercises and facilitated group discussion

Module V

  • Skills of an effective Stress Manager
  • Critical role of the line manager
  • Stress management skills and competencies
  • Small group exercise, individual reflective and action planning exercise
  • Next steps
  • Review of learning and action planning
  • Course feedback

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