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Stress management and preventing Burnout

Objavil/-a Maša Reić 3 meseci 4 dnevi pred toliko

nedelja 18 Avgust 2019 to sobota 24 Avgust 2019
Split
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Stress managment burnout prevention is aimed at teachers, headmasters and other school staff.

In today’s busy world avoiding  stress might be a tricky task to achieve. We are surrounded by stressful factors on a regular basis, at work, school, even at home. When stress becomes overwhelming it may lead to serious physical and mental issues. Working for the same company/organization for years can cause burnout and a feeling of disillusionment with your career. Fortunately, it is not a hopeless situation, there are many things that can be done in order to handle stress better and avoid burnout.

Course participants of Stress management burnout prevention will have opportunity to learn about techniques used in stress management and burnout avoidance.

Primarni jezik:
Vrsta dogodka: 
Dogodek za strokovni razvoj
Plačilo za udeležbo: 
Da
Rok za registracijo: 
17/07/2019
Spletni dogodek: 
Ne
Organizator: 
MAKSIMA TTC
Vrsta organizatorja: 
Drug dogodek
Kontaktni podatki: 
info@erasmuscoursescroatia.com
Št. projekta EU: 
KA1
Ciljna skupina: 
Akademiki, študenti, raziskovalci na področju andragogike
Cilji: 
recognize what may trigger your stress find out how stress influences teaching and learning ability learn how to cope with stressful situations and avoid burnout discover meditation techniques and stress management tools acquire knowledge how to help your students face the stress find fullfilment in your everyday life exchange your experiences with European colleagues
Priznavanje/potrdilo o udeležbi in/ali učnih dosežkih: 
Yes
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