Stress Management

Describe stress in personal life and work situations. 

1. The concept of stress is explained with examples. 

2. Positive stressors are identified in personal life and own work situation.

3. Negative stressors are identified in personal life and own work situation. 

Analyse the causes of stress in personal life and work situations. 

1. Personal stressors are identified and an indication is given of how these stressors impact on the individual and an organisation. 

2. Societal stressors are identified and an indication is given of how these stressors impact on the individual and an organisation. 

3. Environmental stressors are identified and an indication is given of how these stressors impact on the individual and organisation. 

4. Organisational stressors are identified and an indication is given of how these stressors impact on the individual and an organisation. 

5. The interrelationship of the different stressors is analysed for three case studies. 

Describe typical reactions to stress. 

1. Typical physical, emotional, cognitive and behavioural reactions to positive stress are explored and an indication is given of how an individual can recognise positive stress in own life. 

2. Typical physical, emotional, cognitive and behavioural reactions to negative stress are explored and an indication is given of how an individual can recognise negative stress in own life.

3. The impact of positive stress and negative stress on health is explained with examples. 

4. The impact of positive stress and negative stress on work performance is explained with examples. 

5. The impact of positive and negative stress on interpersonal relationships is explained with examples. 

Apply strategies to manage stress in personal life and work situations. 

1. Two theories of stress are researched and an indication is given of the coping strategies suggested by each theory. 

2. Proactive and reactive stress management strategies are conceptualised and applied to own life and work situations.

3. A stress management plan is designed to maximise optimal stress levels in order to reduce negative stress in personal life and workplace situations. 

 

Contact Details

Contact Person: 

Yogini Sarugaser
Course Details

NQF Level: 

Level 5

Credits: 

5

Course Delivery Method: 

E-learning E-learning

Blended Blended

In Class In Class

Distance Distance

Presented Presented Courses

In House In-House

On Demand On Demand

Course Duration: 

5 days

Cost: 

R650.00

Course fee Includes: 

Yes

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