Residential at the college

The pressures of everyday life mean we have to juggle many things such as family, friends, work and studies,  all of which make demands on us. Sometimes we can feel that its just all too much and when we do, our stress levels increase and we experience a range of unpleasant symptoms. This affects our overall wellbeing and in extreme circumstances can be dangerous. Stress affects everyone in different ways and has been dubbed the ‘silent killer’. However, it does not have to be this way. This course will help you to explore the nature of stress and identify how best to respond in order to reduce the negative effects.

Dates 

6th September 2021 - 8th September 2021

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13th December 2021 - 15th December 2021

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9th February 2022  - 11th February 2022

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6th May 2022 - 8th May 2022

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27th June 2022 - 29th June 2022

To apply, please contact our admissions team at [email protected]

Level

Level 1 

Entry requirements 

You must be working at an Entry Level 3 or above in literacy.

Learning Outcomes 

You will cover:

  • Definitions and types of stress
  • The signs, symptoms, causes and effects of stress
  • Coping strategies to find balance
  • Relaxation techniques to restore mental, emotional and physical harmony
  • Personal action planning to manage stress effectively

Progression 

You may also benefit from some of our other courses in areas such as: