Stress management

Target group:

All managers in the shipping sector (watch keeping officers, chief engineers, stewards, hotel/ restaurant managers/ catering officers, etc).

Deadline:

At the moment we don not have any scheduled courses of this kind

Enrolment fee:

This is a two day residential course. Day 1: Start at 10-00 hrs. Day 2: Finish at 15.00 hrs.
Fees are DKK 4800 + VAT per person, which includes training, materials, overnight stay and meals.

Subscription:

If you want further information, please contact SEAHEALTH on info@seahealth.dk or +45 3311 1833. You can also sign up for our Newsletter and you will receive information, when we have an open course.

Many managers aboard experience stress in their working lives. Seahealth Denmark runs a course that enables managers in the maritime sector to understand and handle their own stress as well as that of their employees. This is intended to benefit both the working atmosphere aboard and the well-being of individual managers.

Aim

The aim of the course is to give managers more understanding of the problem of stress and how to handle it. The intention is for individual managers to have gained new knowledge and learned something more after the course.

  • Definition of stress
  • To identify organisational stress signals
  • Options for managing your own and others' stress.

Instructors

Industrial psychologist Søren Diederichsen and Occupational Health Consultant Søren Bøge Pedersen.

Contents

  • What is stress?
  • Stress as a psychological and physical phenomenon
  • Symptoms and signals of stress - what they mean and when should you act.
  • The causes of stress
  • How to the manage your own stress
  • How to manage stress in an organization aboard.
  • What tools are available.
  • Thought patterns that lead to stress and how to change them.

Delegates are involved as much as possible in training and we expect them to play an active part.

Shippingcompanies interested in offering this or a similar course for the employees are welcome to contact SEAHEALTH on info@seahealth.dk or +45 3311 1833.

Please note that our courses are given in Danish unless we agree otherwise.

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