Overview of course

Stress is increasingly a factor in working days lost and the overall reduction in employee effectiveness. The CIEH recognises the importance of understanding stress and the guidance required to manage employees effectively to minimise risk. This course is relevant for all employees, especially those: dealing with the public, working to targets or deadlines, providing services, training , supervising or managing. The training will prepare employees to look carefully at their own work activities and contribute to the development of strategies to combat work-related stress, in co-operation with their managers and supervisors.  At the end of this training delegates will be able to identify: likely sources of work-related stress; the range of symptoms and effects stress can cause; and the options available for preventing and controlling stress.

Why choose Alcumus for training

  • Proven track record of delivering high quality training across an wide portfolio of compliance and certification topics
  • Highly experienced trainers with relevant industry qualifications for their chosen area of expertise (including CM IOSH, OSCR, CIPD & IRCA)
  • Approachable and friendly training team with extensive industry knowledge who are able to pass on practical experience
  • Large pool of trainers spread across wide geographical area

Course content

  • Definitions of stress
  • Stress as an occupational health hazard
  • Identification of basic workplace stressors
  • Development of basic controls for work-related stressors
  • Responsibilities imposed under UK legislation