PTP’s 1-day Stress Management training course was again very well received.
Alison Scott, Queen Maragaret University commented,
Enjoyed the day and appreciated the structure and content with flexibility and free discussion.
and Paul Coates from Homes in Sedgemoor wrote on his feedback form:
The stress management training course was very enjoyable and was challenging and thought provoking. Thank you.
According to a recent survey by Panorama research, over half of small and medium sized businesses claim stress is an issue in their workplace.
A recent CIPD Absent Management survey revealed stress is the most common cause of long-term absence from work in the UK.
And the HSE website states, over 10 million working days were lost in Britain due to work-related stress.
This is a practical stress management training course designed to show you how to reduce stress by managing pressure better. You will learn how to stay more in control of yourself as pressure increases so you can still perform well and achieve results. You will also learn how to relax quickly in any situation, keep your confidence and energy levels high, and begin to achieve the work/home/life balance you want.
Benefits of attending PTP’s Stress Management Training Course
Techniques to reduce stress and achieve more by handling pressure better
The ability to recognise the early warning signs of stress
Ways to relax quickly in real-life situations
Methods to keep confidence and energy levels high
Clarification of the work/life balance they personally want
Ways to take more control of their life and reactions in pressured situations
More praise for PTP’s Stress Management Training Course
The trainer was amazing, so positive, enthusiastic & helpful & really empathetic.– Rachel Rosenhead, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
The course was well delivered & was very useful. I would recommend it to anyone as it has really helped me to gain insight. Thank you!– Nikki Adams, Leicester City Council
Course was very challenging and helpful in identifying effective means to overcome problems.– Mike Lachowicz, Bureau Veritas
It was excellent – could not be improved upon.– Jason Linsey, Birmingham City Council
To view forthcoming dates in venues across the UK for PTP’s Stress Management course please click here.