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Deliver clear and concise information on stress and stress management and to give students practical and appropriate methods to cope with stress and it's affects.

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TRAINING PROGRAMME - 'Stress and Stress Management' Aim: To deliver clear and concise information on stress and stress management and to give students practical and appropriate methods to cope with stress and it's affects. Objectives: > 1) To make students comfortable and ready for effective learning. > 2)To give students and introduction and brief description of the definition of stress and it's affects. > 3)To make clear to students the symptoms of stress and how it affects life. > 4)To give students a foundation for coping with stress such as stress management techniques whether physical or mental, and to give students a practical demonstration. > 5)To make sure students are aware of stress prevention as well as cure through methods such as time management etc. > 6)To allow students to learn through a variety of methods and sources. > 7)To make sure students are more able to cope with difficult situations/circumstances in their own lives. Training Programme Timetable - APPENDIX 1 DAY 1 TIME DESCRIPTION OBJECTIVE METHODS 0930 Enrolment and refreshments 1-To make students comfortable and ready for effective learning 0950 Greeting and Introduction > Introducing trainer > Ice-breaker exercise > Purposes ...read more.

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with stress such as stress management techniques whether physical or mental, and to give students a practical demonstration Overheads to go in time with demonstrations and handout of yoga positions An active discussion will also be encouraged to highlight more ideas for relaxation. 1100-1130 Morning Break 1130-1330 Stress Management Continued > Stress Prevention techniques such as when to relax > Tips on healthy eating, exercise and fresh air etc > Balancing social and work aspects 5,6,7 - To make sure students are aware of stress prevention as well as cure, to allow students to learn through a variety of methods and to make sure students are better able to cope with difficult situations. Handout showing tips Trainer input 1330-1400 Lunch Break 1400-1600 1400-1600 Time Management and self-organisation > Prioritisation Skills > Construction of a diary and timetable > Staying focused with personal objectives 5,6,7 - To make sure students are aware of stress prevention as well as cure through methods such as time management etc. To allow students to learn through a variety of sources and methods. To make sure students are more able to cope with difficult situations/circumstances in their own lives. ...read more.

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The instructor will also tell the audience in each step exactly what he/she is then doing. An audience member will be picked/volunteered to have an Indian Head Massage carried out on stage. The instructor here will also give step-by-step instructions. A handout will be given out with the yoga positions and information on Head Masssage and pressure points. Both demonstrations will take around 30 minutes. Justification: Both practical demonstrations will show the students how simple and easy it is to be carried out. As their lives are presumably busy and perhaps pressured, time will be emphasised here to show it can be easily slotted into every-day life. The Indian Head Massage demonstration may also physically show the audience the benefits as hopefully the participant is feeling relaxed afterwards. This type of demonstration adds a little fun to the programme and may inspire students to learn a new relaxation technique/hobby. The trainer/instructor could even encourage audience members to come and have a go on stage. Giving the handout at the end makes sure that the students then don't have to necessarily find information on the techniques themselves and the handout on yoga could even become an exercise regime. ...read more.

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