Our 2-day Stress Management programme includes cutting-edge insights into the causes and symptoms of stress, as well as passive and active practices that manage stress. Learn more about yourself, your behavioural tendencies, your responses to people and relationships; find meaning in challenges and trials, confronting fears and “should do’s”. Delegates will learn to use their minds & thoughts powerfully, getting out of their comfort zones, practicing coping skills through breathing, meditation, and relaxation techniques.
ZA Wit (Pty) Ltd is a Skills Development Provider which was incorporated in 2012 offering professional training and human resources services to organizations of all sizes and the services have been impactful within the private and public sector.
The short course in Applied Sport Psychology: Practical Steps for Optimising Performance and Mental Toughness is a course that has been specially developed for coaches and psychologists working with sports people. The aim of this course is to optimise performance of sport participants and sports teams. During the course you will be equipped with critical perceptions, psychological principles and skills that will give you a better understanding of the psychological dimensions involved in maintaining high performance under extreme pressure.
The short course in Sports Law examines some of the most common legal problems facing those in sport from managers and government officials to participants and administrators alike who deal with sport-related activities both on and off the sportsfield.
This workshop in Combining the Maree Career Matrix and the Career Interest Profile in Career Counselling will advance your theory base in career counselling to one that is more holistic, contextual and multicultural. During this workshop, you will understand why the time has perhaps come to examine longheld, established beliefs, theories and assumptions in career counselling that have lost their currency in the rapidly changing work environment. As such, you will also learn how the traditional career counselling approach compares to the postmodern, narrative approach.
The short course, A Contextual-Collaborative Approach to Coaching, provides you with a platform to capitalise on your own life and work experiences (and relationships) by developing a local coaching model. To effectively develop such a model, this course will help you develop a sensitivity towards the reality and sense-making structures of those you are coaching, while effectively collaborating on the coachcoached relationship and outcomes.
The short course in Interim Ministry provides you as member of the congregation or church council with the necessary know-how to be able to support and “accompany” the congregation when a pastor departs their post. During the ensuing period of vacancy, the congregation should be supported with encouragement and leadership as they come to the realisation that the previous ministry period has come to an end.
The Psychology of Meaningful Retirement short course will enable you to proactively plan for a meaningful retirement. Misconceptions and unrealistic ideas pertaining to the idea of retirement are addressed in this training session. The psychological principles and skills employed in this training session will not only enable you to mitigate the transition process from work to retirement, but will empower you to enjoy a well-balanced quality life after retirement.