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Understanding Stress & Burnout

Event Code
Exeter Consortium and TSA
Online Delivery, *
Event Tutors
Various Speakers
Admin Contact
Target Audiences
Assistant Heads, Attendance Officers/Leads, Chairs of Governors, Clerks to the Governors, Deputy Heads, Designated Safeguarding Leads, Early Career Teachers (ECTs), Early Years Practitioners, ECT Induction Tutors/Mentors, Estates/Facilities Managers, Governors, Headteachers/Principals, Leaders/Managers, Meal Time Assistants (MTAs), Middle Leaders, Pastoral staff, Recently Qualified Teachers (RQTs), School Administrators, School Business Managers, SENDCOs, Senior Leaders, Subject Leaders, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, THRIVE Practitioners, Trustees, Unqualified Teachers (UQTs)
target audience
Course Types
Long course
Course Funding Types
Event description
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This three session programme will explore what impacts mental health including stress and how we may be experiencing burnout. We will look at how the body can be affected and ways to help manage this. We will explore the pressure of work and the balance needed to help promote wellbeing.

We will explore briefly what could be impacting mental health and discuss the issues that we may be facing because of change. We will then explore ways to support and promote good mental health and how we can help to motivate ourselves.

As part of this programme, participants will also have the opportunity to register for free 1-1 Wellbeing Surgeries for Mental Health Support.

Course Dates
Session 1 - Tuesday 11th October 2022
Session 2 - Tuesday 31st January 2023
Session 3 - Tuesday 9th May 2023

Cost: £45 for SWIFT member schools | £65 for other colleagues.
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Learning outcomes
Additional Information
Start Date
Tuesday 11 October 2022
End Date
Tuesday 9 May 2023
Closing Date
Friday 7 October 2022
14:00 - 16:00
Maximum Places
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