University Modesto Yearly Training

Class Number: 109
Title: Managing Stress

OVERVIEW: This course is designed to acquaint the participant with key elements of stress management. Topics will include the recognition of stress, causes of stress, and the benefits of stress management thru time management, organization, and personal health.

LENGTH OF COURSE: 2 hours

TARGET AUDIENCE: All Employees

FREQUENCY OF TRAINING: Taught 2 times per year

METHOD OF DELIVERY: Lecture

TRAINING GOAL: Participants will learn how to identify and understand the stressors in their lives.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE:

  • Identify the stressors
  • Identify causes of positive and negative stress
  • Learn the use of positive coping mechanisms to reduce the negative effects of stress
  • Identify strategies for coping with stress to include clear goal setting, recognizing and avoiding procrastination.

INSTRUCTOR PREPARATION:

1. Get student list for Training Division 4. Review curriculum
2. Receive PowerPoint presentation 5. Review PowerPoint presentation
3. Print Handouts 6. Rehearse for class

INSTRUCTOR TO STUDENT RATIO:

  1. 10-15 students 1 instructor
  2. 15-20 students 2 instructors

RESOURCES AND MATERIALS REQUIRED:

  1. PowerPoint presentation
  2. Curriculum Handouts (PowerPoint)

ASSESSEMENT: Assessment of this class will be accomplished through a Class Evaluation Sheet. The Training Committee will review all class evaluation sheets on a quarterly basis to specifically identify strength and weakness in both course content and instructor delivery and take appropriate action(s) to continuously improve content or instructor delivery respectively.

Developed by:
Debra Gilbert
May 12, 2008

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