What is the course about?

Work-related stress is endemic in most Irish Organisations, with managers struggling to understand how to manage this multi-dynamic burden. What managers need to learn is that to prevent and manage stress in the workplace one must first understand what work related stress is, what the organisational causal factors are, and how to conduct a stress audit before they can be proactive in managing and preventing the causal factors of work-related stress from escalating.

This workshop is to give managers the practical tools to alleviate, manage and prevent the impact of stress in the workplace. The workshop reflects the Health and Safety Authority recommendation on how best to manage work place stress.

What does the course cover?

  • What is defined as ‘Work-related stress’ (W.R.S)?
  • Understanding the legal obligations on managers and organisations?
  • Understanding and identifying the early signs and symptoms of stress so a proactive management approach can be taken to resolve and eliminate the cause.
  • Review and discussion on workplace policies and procedures , are changes required?

How long is the course?

This two days course is delivered in two parts over a two or three week timeframe. The first part is one and a half days and then the final module is delivered two or three weeks later. This process enables participants to implement the learning.

Who is the training suitable for?

This course is suitable for managers and senior management, who are responsible for implementing work practices and staff management.

Who do we contact to book this seminar for our group or organisation?

Please contact Therese at therese@renewalconsultants.com or 086-3109976 to discuss your booking.