Duration: 1 day Cost: £98
Work-related stress is defined as “a harmful reaction people have to undue pressures and demands place on them at work”.
The latest estimates from the Labour Force Survey (LFS) show:
- The total number of cases of stress in 2011/12 was 428 000 (40%) out of a total of 1 073 000 for all work-related illnesses
- The estimated cases of work-related stress, both total and new cases, have remained broadly flat over the past decade.
- The industries that reported the highest rates of total cases of work-related stress (three-year average) were human health and social work, education and public administration and defence
- The occupations that reported the highest rates of total cases of work-related stress (three-year average) were health professionals (in particular nurses), teaching and educational professionals, and caring personal services (in particular welfare and housing associate professionals)
- The main work activities attributed by respondents as causing their work-related stress, or making it worse, was work pressure, lack of managerial support and work-related violence and bullying
Often our work with children and young people can be tough and demanding but we are also working in a climate of unprecedented change. As well as a duty to our clients and the people we work with we also have a duty of care towards ourselves. If we neglect this it can have a negative effect on the service we deliver.
How do we;
- build our effectiveness and resilience?
- remain calm and objective in stressful situations ?
- sustain our energy and effectiveness ?
This one day workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to reflect on practical solutions and strategies to be effective in their work with children and young people .
This one day workshop is aimed at a wide range of practitioners and managers who work with children and young people in a variety of contexts in both statuatory and community organisations. One of the benefits of the day will be the diverse mix of those attending and the opportunity to learn from and share experience with others.
Our focus will be practical and interactive exercises to explore management of oneself focusing of stress and time management.
By the end of the workshop participants will have explored
- The concept of stress and how it impacts on your work
- How to assess your triggers that effect your stress levels and to change your working practices that create high levels of stress
- Explore a range of strategies including time management
- Identify your support mechanisms so as to manage the stressful environment you work in
- Providing an opportunity to share what works and network with colleagues
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