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Handling Stress and Avoiding Burnout

Handling Stress and Avoiding Burnout

Erasmus+ Course Overview

This course mainly focuses on main aspects of Handling Stress and Avoiding Burnout in a School System. You will not only improve your theoretical knowledge and expertise in the area but also get practical tips and methods which will help you create a supportive environment with preventive elements that is beneficial for everyone involved in a School Systems – pupils, staff and you.

Course Methodology

The course content and fundamental information will be introduced through thematic modules by several tutors. It is based on practical demonstrations, hands-on approach and active participation within a group which is composed of international participants with similar interests and needs.

Modules

  • Module 01 – Everyday Stress in a School System; Stress vs. Stressors;
    Identification of Risk Factors and Possible Consequences
  • Module 02 – Mental Health / Mental Hygiene; Stress management; Burnout Syndrome
  • Module 03 – Self development; Self reflection; Recognizing one’s strengths and weaknesses
  • Module 04 – Conflict mediation; Prevention of socio pathological phenomena
  • Module 05 – Prevention vs. Intervention programmes (from problem to solution)
  • Module 06 – Burnout Prevention for School Staff / for Students
    (Best Practice / Evidence Based – Prevention and Intervention Programs)
  • Module 07 – Activities / Techniques for Managing Stress Level (long-term engagement), Intro to Relaxation Techniques and Mindfulness; Promoting Well-Being in Education
  • Module 08 – Action Plan for your school; Individual Project Presentation
    Guided City Tour

 

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand risks factors and consequences of daily stress in a complex holistic approach considering whole school system to enhance good quality of education and training for everyone involved in a system.
  • Increase awareness of mental health and mental hygiene in a school system which is relevant for everyone.
  • Promote understanding of one’s strengths and weaknesses, the ability of self-reflection and evaluation and planning of future development of competencies
  • Understand the main principles of prevention vs. intervention programs related to the topic of burnout, gain deeper knowledge and know-how, applying evidence based approach and best practice perspective.
  • Gain techniques and methods for prevention (intervention) programs applicable to school staff, classrooms and communities, deal with increased diversity of learners, promote well-being approach to facilitate positive factors in mental health.
  • Generate ready‐to‐use materials and methods to improve educational practices in everyday school practice considering burnout prevention (intervention).
  • Increase broader understanding of strategies and systems coping with stress in different school systems, in different countries, considering the variability of factors which play a role.
  • Support continual professional development, increase awareness about the topic of daily stress in a school system in a holistic way, encourage self-development and emphasise the need for daily practice to prevent burnout syndrome.
  • Meet colleagues of different nationalities within the EU, engage in cross-cultural learning experience, exchange ideas and build a network for future international cooperation.
  • Enrich communication skills, improve foreign language competencies, broaden professional vocabulary and promote EU’s broad linguistic diversity, embed common educational and training values

 

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Length of the Course
One and Two Weeks.
Location
Budapest
Price
350 Euro for 1 Week
700 Euro For 2 Weeks Courses
Client
Teachers (primary, secondary, vocational, adult, special needs); Teacher trainers; Headteachers; Principals; Managers of schools.