Stress, Resilience and Wellbeing Webinar
Understand stress and build resilience to support wellbeing.
In today’s ever-changing world, many situations create uncertainty for us. From huge things like climate change and the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic to more individual circumstances like work and whānau/family pressures.
These uncertainties add up and can have an impact on our mental health and general wellbeing. But the more resilient you are, the better you will be able to manage life’s challenges.
In this 2.5-hour workshop, we will use evidence-based strategies to help you learn to build your resilience and maintain your wellbeing.
Blueprint for Learning is an NZQA accredited Private Training Establishment. We have the highest quality Category 1 External Education and Review rating in education achievement and self-assessment issued by NZQA.
We have been delivering mental health literacy training since 2008. Every workshop is run by expert facilitators who bring a wealth of personal and professional experience to the topics covered.
Our workshops use adult education principles, with a variety of activities, videos and teaching tools to cater for the different learning styles of participants.
During this workshop, you’ll learn:
- about stress and its impact
- how to manage stress with the Line of Vulnerability
- using Te Whare Tapa Whā to build your resilience
- where to find some great wellbeing resources.
Participants will receive a workbook with workshops notes, additional reading and a directory for further support and assistance.
The Stress, Resilience and Wellbeing online workshop is free to attend, however each workshop is limited to a maximum of five participants from a single organisation.
The online workshop is available for organisations to purchase for $2000 +GST for up to 25 participants. Please contact us to purchase the workshop
Stress, Resilience and Wellbeing is delivered remotely to participants anywhere in New Zealand.
The training is delivered as a 2.5 hours online workshop via Zoom.
We can accommodate up to 25 attendees in each workshop.
Individuals can register for a community webinar series by selecting a workshop on the top left of this page. Organisations are welcome to purchase the workshop. Please contact us for more information.
All webinar workshops are delivered via Zoom, which provides an interactive and engaging learning experience for participants.
To get the most out of each session, you will need:
- a stable internet connection
- your own device. The workshop uses breakout rooms for small group conversations so we recommenr participants don’t share a device
- a microphone and camera connected to your device.
We recommend participants access the webinars using a laptop or computer with a camera (built-in or attached) rather than a tablet or phone.
If multiple participants are sitting in the same room, we recommend that everyone uses headphones. This stops any feedback or echoes through the online connection.
You are welcome to join the webinar 15 minutes early to test your tech with our team. If you are unsure if you have suitable technology to participate in the online workshop, please contact us before your first scheduled session so we can check your technology and assist with any issues.
Once your registration for the workshop has been confirmed, you will receive access to the workbook and helpful resources through a password protected webpage.
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