Skills for Managing Stress – how to support yourself and others within the workplace for ES/CS/SAS

Category: Educational/Clinical Supervisors - Established Trainers Courses

Date: September 13th 2024 9:00am until 3:15pm

Location: Zoom


Course ID: SW24-090


Associated Ladders of Learning:

  • 6 - Leadership
  • 8 - Personal Development and Welfare
  • For more information please click here to find our Course Catalogue


This workshop focuses on the varying principles and beliefs of managing stressful situations while discussing the help available to NHS colleagues to ensure that everyone can gain assistance when required.


  1. The nature of stress at work, and at home
  2. The legal framework and rationale for managing stress
  3. The theory and application of risk assessment for managing stress at work
  4. The available help, support, and guidance for NHS colleagues expressing stress
  5. Exploring neuroscience, epigenetics, and mindfulness principles to help change perceptions, self limiting beliefs, and negative thinking patterns during stressful events
  6. Utilising the latest evidence based methods and techniques for reducing stress and increasing resilience


Associate Dean Secondary Care, Associate DME, College/Specialty Tutor, Deputy Dean, DME, Dental Educational/Clinical Supervisor, Educational/Clinical Supervisor Secondary Care, HoS, SAS Doctor (Associate Specialist, Specialist, Speciality Doctor, Staff Grade, Tutor), TPD Secondary Care or Public Health Supervisor

Course Length:

This is a full day course, starting at 09:00 and finishing at 15:15.


Online via Zoom

Booking for these courses will be taken on MaxCourse, our online booking system.

Information about how to use MaxCourse can be found on our website.

Please email with any questions, before and on the day.