Course Catalogue: Managing Stress and avoiding burnout
This short course provides an opportunity for participants to identify and work through issues and develop strategies around:
- Recognising stress and burnout
- Developing ways of preventing stress
- Taking a spiritual, emotional, cultural and social well-being approach that maintains cultural integrity
- Identifying, controlling and relieving stressors
- Understanding the causes of stress and their impact
- Using help where necessary
- Accessing internal and external and own supports
- Knowing when to seek help or assistance
- Accessing Family and community supports
- Assessing the need for external assistance
- Obtaining external help where necessary
- Using discretion and maintaining confidentiality
- Monitoring stress
Who should enrol for this course?
Priority will be given to workers requiring this unit for effective competence in their current position/role within member services.
Any other vacancies may be filled by other workers within Member Services and then by other Aboriginal Health and Community Services workers. Aboriginal community members, Board members are also eligible.
Units of Competency
The course is aligned to meet the following units of competency:
Unit of competency Nominal hours
- BSBATSIL410A Manage stress - 35
Expected face to face hours: 16 hours