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Are you feeling stressed out by the sheer pressure of daily life? Our online Resilience E-learning course gives you the strategies you need to deal with the ups and downs life throws at you. Start getting rid of your stress levels now by learning how to focus on what you can change, rather than on what you can’t. You’ll find tips and practical suggestions on how to build your Resilience and stop people (and things) from pushing your buttons!
Budget too tight? No time to organise face-to-face training?
Now you can access Resilience Training online!
This online training program is intended to help you take your own road to Resilience. You’ll start by exploring what helps and what hinders your Resilience, before working through strategies to develop your Resilience. The course comprises an Introduction and 10 Modules of video clips, live action demonstrations and animations. You will also find more tips and resources in the accompanying manual.
You will need a valid licence in order to access this course. You can purchase a licence from the online store here.
Welcome to Resilience Training provided by Beaumont Coaching. Why should I care about Resilience? Because Resilience is what helps you succeed in life and contributes to your sense of happiness and fulfillment. Resilient people are generally happier people who achieve more in life and feel a greater sense of satisfaction. In this module we are going to introduce the concept of resilience and why it is so important.
This Module explores definitions of Resilience, why it’s important in life, and what helps and hinders your Resilience. The role of emotions is discussed, with particular reference to how the negative emotions which ensured our survival thousands of years ago can get in the way of our happiness and success in the pressures of modern-day life. Being in control of your emotions is an essential part of Resilience.
Having learnt about what being Resilient means in Module 1, we now begin to learn strategies for building Resilience. This module presents the first two of these, and is designed to encourage you to move outside of your comfort zones. If you only ever do what is comfortable you don’t learn as much and limit your potential. Resilient people are able to take risks (calculated, not extreme, ones) and actively push themselves into new experiences. However, in order to do this, you need to feel “safe”. The videos in this module will get you thinking about how and when we fall into the trap of playing it safe, and how we can detach from negative emotions in order to risk moving out of our comfort zones.
This module builds on the role of negative emotions presented in Module 1 by introducing the Puppy, Adult and Computer Model, which is a simple way to explain which part of your brain is in control of your responses in any given situation. Impulse control is a key factor in Resilience;the videos in this Module will help you to understand how to keep a check on your emotions, so that you are happier and achieve better outcomes.
In Module 1 we explored the analogy of the rollercoaster. From that video we learnt how important it is when you’re high up on the rollercoaster to take the opportunity to build up your stores of Resilience for when you hit the low times in life. The videos in this Module let you practice two very simple strategies to start building your Resilience resources – the Gift List and the Success Journal – before exploring the role of self-talk in increasing or diminishing your ability to stay Resilient.
The Resilience-building strategies presented in this Module are excellent for decreasing your stress levels. Make sure that you have pen and paper to hand before watching the Circles of Influence video, as you will be practising the strategy as the animation progresses. It is also useful, before watching, to jot down a list of the sorts of challenges you face in your daily life. These may be anything from having to get up early in the morning, to the amount of homework you have, to how long you have to wait to get the bus home. You will then use these in the Reframing Strategy.
Optimism is an important part of Resilience. Pessimism detracts from your Resilience and easily becomes a habit that is hard to break. This Module examines the impact of pessimistic language, and how we can avoid the traps we can easily fall into with regard to pessimism.
The Say What? Card game is an excellent way to have fun whilst reflecting on your Resilience and practising some Resilience-building strategies. The videos in this Module demonstrate how to play the game, but you can also read some further information in the Student's Manual.
Developing assertiveness goes hand in hand with building Resilience. The Module begins by explaining what is meant by assertiveness, and why it is a good skill to have. You will see an example of assertiveness in action, before watching the final video on how to develop your assertiveness skills.
One of the best ways to check your understanding and knowledge of a topic is by teaching it to someone else. This Module will help you to do just that. The first video explains what exactly is meant by mentoring, whilst the second one gives you an example of mentoring in action. The final video presents a 5-Step Mentoring Plan.
The previous Module was about learning how to help a peer to become more Resilient. This Module is about coaching yourself to become Resilient. In order to do this, you first need to have identified your own values and beliefs. The first video explains what coaching is, whilst the second one explains the difference between values and beliefs. The final video shows how you can use the Grotberg Model of Resilience to coach yourself.