Distress is a prevalent and costly problem in today's workplace with about one-third of workers reporting high levels of stress. Excessive work-related stress can have serious behavioral, physical and psychological consequences. Relations with parents and students, workplace conflicts and deadlines are all potential causes for distress that teachers should learn how to manage.
Participants will learn how to identify the sources of stress, how to prevent and cope with stressful experiences and how to support students deal with stressful and conflictual situations. Through a practical approach participants will acquire concrete methods and will share best practices that enable them to better manage stress and conflict in their job as well as in their personal lives.
10/03/2024 - 16/03/2024 (Tenerife)
12/05/2024 - 18/05/2024 (Bologna)
12/05/2024 - 18/05/2024 (Palermo)
25/08/2024 - 31/08/2024 (Palermo)
15/09/2024 - 21/09/2024 (Bologna)
15/09/2024 - 21/09/2024 (Tenerife)
If none of these dates suits you please mind that if there are at least 8 participants interested we may organize an additional session ad-hoc for your school.
This course is open to: teachers, headmasters, trainers, educational staff, school and education managers, educational and career counsellors, other school staff, other adult education staff, other higher education staff, other non-governmental organization staff, public servants, policy makers. Please mind that the course may include teachers from different school levels.
The course is held in English. For groups with at least 8 participants, we can organize an ad-hoc session in a different language.
Please write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information about it.