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Take a Deep Breath and Manage Your Stress (W014)


Type: Online
Duration: 00:30 hours
Status: Active

A person's ability to control their reactions to the uncontrollable events in their life is key to managing stress. This online self-paced course examines the physiological, behavioural and psychological signs, symptoms and sources of stress and outlines different strategies and techniques for managing stress and burnout. Participants will explore relaxation techniques such as breathing exercises and meditation, including how to use these techniques to thrive during stress-inducing situations.

Topics include:

  • recognizing how stress can negatively impact your health
  • identifying the main characteristics and symptoms of burnout
  • using the ABC model to manage reactions to stressful situations
  • controlling stress and challenging irrational thoughts
  • exploring actions and strategies to cope with stress and prevent burnout

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More about this course
  • Topics: Career development; Government priorities; Personal development; Respectful and inclusive workplace
  • Community: Employees
  • Business line: Transferable Skills
  • Provider: Skillsoft

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