If you want to be able to cope with change more effectively and help others then this course is a great starting point for you. The one constant in life is change and it is inevitable. However in the current climate over the last 8 months, the amount of change people have had to deal with has far exceeded anything many of us have experienced in our lifetime. Change for many people can be disconcerting creating uncertainty, anxiety and overwhelm. Often the hardest changes to understand and adjust to are the ones that are unexpected and out of our control. E.g. A global pandemic, a recession, redundancy and a sudden loss of a loved one to name a few.

We CANNOT stop change happening to us. However, what we CAN do is learn how to respond to change influencing our choices both now and in the future. Learning how to cope with change can also be galvanising creating energy, opportunities and motivation for new ways of doing things.

Non-Residential 

Date and Time

11th December 2020 - 12th December 2020

10 AM -5:20 PM  day 1

10 AM -5:00PM  day 2

Level Entry Level
Learning Outcomes
  • How people cope with change
  • The stages of reacting to change and the link to loss and grief
  • The emotional cycle of change
  • How to manage your emotions
  • The concept of resilience and strategies to strengthen it
  • How to view change as an ally rather than an enemy
Progression

  • You should feel better equipped to respond to change and cope with it more effectively for yourself and help others.
  • You may want to keep your eyes open for upcoming stress and mental health courses which are coming soon.
  • If you are seeking a career in support why not consider the Pre-Access to Social Science and Health?
  • If you have a role of leading and managing one of our Institute of Leadership and Management Courses could be valuable to you.

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