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STRESS & TIME MANAGEMENT

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R 1200.00 per delegate Includes: Online or Personalised  tuition Teaching Material Final Summative Certificate of Competence                 Or Certificate of Attendance  Duration: 1 Day Time:       09h00 – 15h00 Date:        Negotiable   Training is customized to suit client’s requirements. On-Site and Off-Site Training Registers and Evaluations will be submitted to client     Unit standard identity: 15234 Qualification  ID: 61595              LP: 35928 Qualification Title: FETC Business Administration Services   METHOD OF ASSESSMENT: Practical Applications Problem Solving Techniques Case studies Final Summative Assessment

The Short Course “Time Management” and “Stress Management” is designed to encourage healthy life and work style competencies that increase individual effectiveness and benefits both employer and worker.

AT THE END OF THIS WORKSHOP, THE LEARNER WILL BE ABLE TO:

  • Identify and solve problems using critical and creative thinking, when prioritizing tasks and translating strategy into action.
  • Work effectively in a team.
  • Delegate.
  • Organise and manage him/herself and his/her activities. It is critical that the learner be able to manage him/herself by managing his/her time and learn to identify stressful situations. 
  • Collect, analyse, organize and critically evaluate information in the translation of strategic intent into daily action. 
  • Communicate effectively with stakeholders regarding the organisation`s strategy and with the staff with regard to tasks delegated and deadlines expected. 

The purpose of this learning unit is that the learners will be able to attend to personal needs, manage their own behaviour; manage time and exercise personal choices in a manner that is both reflective and independent:

OUTLINE

TIME MANAGEMENTSTRESS MANAGEMENT
Introduction Long term planningDay to day Planning & OrganisationSetting objectives & To do lists Diary keepingSetting prioritiesSchedules        Life strategiesConclusionAssessmentsIntroductionSelf-analysisCauses of stressWorking relationshipsPersonalitiesAdjustment behaviourMinimisationSelf-AdjustmentAssessments
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