Dealing With Stress

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Neil Thompson

Dr Neil Thompson is an expert in human relations and well-being. With over 30 books to his name and an impressive track record as an international conference speaker and sought after trainer and consultant, he is now focusing his attention on developing innovative online learning solutions. His website and blog are at

Dealing With Stress

Course Description

Course delivered by Neil Thompson

This particular course has been developed to help staff and managers across a wide range of organisations and sectors to develop their knowledge, skills and confidence. It is equivalent to a full day’s continuous professional development, the course provides helpful strategies for preventing pressure from overspilling into stress and responding positively to situations where stress has become an issue.  “The course is built around two video presentations i made, one on understanding stress and the other on meeting the stress challenge.” Dr Neil Thompson.

Participants will be helped to:

  • Appreciate the difference between pressure and stress
  • Understand the importance of support
  • Recognise the dangers associated with stress
  • Develop strategies for keeping stress at bay

Course Benefits

  • Over 22 lectures and 4 hours of content!
  • This course will help you to understand the important difference between pressure and stress
  • It will also help you appreciate the crucial role of support and recognise that we all need support at times – stress is not the sign of a weak individual; it is a sign that there is something wrong in that particular work setting at that time
  • By the end of the course you will have a fuller understanding of stress and the harm it can do, but you will also be aware of a range of strategies you can use to manage pressures and prevent harmful stress.

Who is this course for?

  • Anyone involved in the world of work who wants to keep their pressures manageable and prevent stress and help their colleagues to do the same.

What are the requirements?

  • There are no specific requirements for this course.

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Module 1: Introduction to Course


Module 2: Content


Module 3: Conclusion