The Health and Safety Executive states that ‘work related stress develops because a person is unable to cope with the demands being placed on them’. This can come from any aspect of their life but it often comes from demands placed on them at work.
So why is stress a problem in the workplace?
Well, the latest estimates show the total number of cases of work-related stress depression or anxiety account for 39% of all work-related illness.
Some occupations may be more susceptible to stress, but it can affect anyone and can impact on health, ability to function effectively at work and at home and in relationships.
This course will cover an introduction to stress and why it’s a problem, some of the causes of stress and some ways to minimise the risk of stress.
This Online Stress Management E-Learning course is aimed at all employees giving them an introduction to stress and why it’s a problem, some of the causes of stress and some ways to minimise the risk of stress.
Stress is a real problem for both organisations and their employees. It accounts for a significant proportion of work-related illness each year. Being aware of the signs of stress, some of the triggers and how to manage them can make a real difference to your wellbeing and the wellbeing of people around you.
CPD approval means that this course can be used by those that need to prove they are continually developing themselves.
Online training is flexible, efficient and cost-effective meaning the candidate can progress through the modules at their own pace and in their own time to fit the training in around their work and personal life.
|Course||Module Number||Module Name||Pass % Required|
|Stress Management||1||What is Stress and Why is it a Problem?||70|
|Stress Management||2||The Causes and Symptoms of Stress||70|
|Stress Management||3||The Law on Stress and its Contravention||70|
|Stress Management||4||Minimising the Risk of Stress||70|
Recommended System Requirements:
- Browser: Up to date web browser
- Video: Up to date video drivers
- Memory: 1Gb+ RAM
- Download Speed: Broadband (3Mb+)
(Note: This is based on the amount of video content shown and is rounded off. It does not account in any way for loading time or thinking time on the questions)