Resilience Training Course
For Employees, Managers & Individuals
Learn techniques to become more resilient
Full UK Coverage
Our resilience training explores what resilience is and why it is important in work and home life. We teach you how to become more resilient and how to continuously adapt to ever-changing circumstances. Our trainers will empower delegates to re-claim their power and teach them how to feel empowered during turbulent times.
What is resilience and why it is important
How to become more resilient
How to adapt, and adapt again to everchanging circumstances
Re-claiming your power. How to feel empowered during tough times
Practicing mindfulness – being “present”
Tips for managing your emotions
Taking care of your inner child
Remote & Nationwide Training Available
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Tina Merit CIPD ★★★★★
Our business (The Link Inn) used PMAC for resilience training during lockdown. A fantastic course – would fully recommend to others.
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Jay Harding ★★★★★
Would recommend their training to other charities requiring assistance – especially with the NPO discount.
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Emma Truman ★★★★★
I booked a 1:1 session with PMAC for resilience training. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend to anyone else who needs this type of training.
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With the world constantly changing, it is difficult for us to continually adapt to ever-changing situations. There is a lot going on such as work life, home life, political uncertainty and the most recent Covid-19 pandemic. Our future is being shaped by current events and the way we interact with each other, the way we work and the way we live is changing by the day.
What is resilience?
Resilience is our ability to adapt to, and survive changing situations and circumstances. Resilience can be an incredibly tough process and requires inidividuals to learn about themselves and how they react to change. It then invovles using techniques to manage change and adapt to new ways of working and living. Resilience training involves viewing situations from a different angle – often in a more positive light.
What is change?
Change is defined as altering something, or substituting it for something else. Change is essential in our working lives as innovative businesses will continually develop new processes and ways of working in order for the business to adapt and survive. Humans instinctively do not like change and unless change is implemented properly, they will often refuse to adapt.
Change in our personal lives is important for self-growth and allows us to become more rounded. Learning to manage change is an important life skill as it teaches us how to get through difficult situations. Resilience training is closely related to stress with a few topics that overlap.
Benefits of Resilience Training
Resilience training is a process designed to help individuals and teams build their capacity to handle challenging times. It enables participants to develop the skills, knowledge, and mindset necessary to remain strong, focused, and productive in the face of adversity. There are many key benefits of resilience training, both for individuals and teams, which can have a positive impact on overall performance and well-being.
Studies conducted in the UK have shown that resilience training can lead to increased confidence, better communication skills, improved decision-making capabilities, and enhanced relationships. A study conducted by the Mental Health Foundation found that 82% of participants reported an improvement in their personal resilience after taking part in resilience training. Additionally, research conducted by the University of East London showed that resilience training can help participants build the skills necessary to cope with daily stress and to remain focused on their goals.
Testimonials from those who have experienced the benefits of resilience training are also extremely positive. For example, one participant said: “I feel more confident and in control of my emotions and reactions. I feel more capable of dealing with difficult situations and I feel like I can handle whatever life throws at me.” Another noted: “I now have the ability to break down problems and tasks into manageable steps, and I am better able to handle stressful situations.”
Overall, resilience training can be a highly effective way to help individuals and teams build their capacity to handle challenging times and to achieve their goals. By equipping participants with the skills, knowledge, and mindset necessary to remain strong and productive, resilience training can have a positive impact on overall well-being.
Types of Resilience Training
Resilience training is an effective way to build psychological strength and manage stress. There are many different types of resilience training available, each offering unique benefits that can help individuals build up their psychological strength and manage stress. Here are some of the most popular types of resilience training:
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): CBT is a type of psychotherapy that focuses on helping individuals identify and change unhelpful or negative thinking patterns, behaviors, and emotions. This type of resilience training helps individuals identify the root cause of their stress, and then work towards finding new, healthier ways of responding to it. CBT can help individuals develop problem-solving skills, and overcome irrational fears and worries.
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR): MBSR is a type of resilience training that helps individuals become more aware of their thoughts and feelings, and learn to respond to them in healthier ways. This type of resilience training focuses on increasing an individual’s ability to cope with stress and negative emotions. It helps individuals become more mindful of their thoughts, feelings, and actions, and encourages them to accept their emotions without judgement.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT): ACT is a type of resilience training that focuses on helping individuals accept their thoughts and feelings without judgement, and focus on living life with meaning and purpose. This type of resilience training encourages individuals to live in the present moment, and to take action based on their values, rather than their feelings.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT): DBT is a type of resilience training that focuses on helping individuals develop healthy coping skills, and learn to manage their emotions more effectively. DBT combines cognitive-behavioral techniques with mindfulness practices, and encourages individuals to accept their emotions and thoughts, while developing healthier ways of responding to them.
These are just a few of the many types of resilience training available. Each type of training offers unique benefits that can help individuals build up their psychological strength and manage stress. By taking the time to learn about the different types of resilience training, individuals can find the one that best meets their needs.
How to Choose the Right Resilience Training Program
Choosing the right resilience training program is key to ensuring you or your team can benefit from the experience. Here are some criteria to consider when making your choice.
Type of Program
The primary consideration should be the type of program that will be most beneficial to you or your team. Some programs focus on developing mental resilience, while others may focus on building physical resilience or developing a specific skill set. Depending on the needs of your team, you may prefer a program that offers a combination of these.
The cost of the program should also be taken into consideration. Depending on your budget, there are a variety of programs available ranging from free online courses to more expensive in-person seminars and workshops.
The duration of the program should also be determined. Some resilience training programs are designed as one-off workshops, while others may span multiple days or weeks and include ongoing support.
Finally, finding a suitable trainer is essential. You should research the credentials of the trainer and read reviews or testimonials from previous participants. It is important to select a trainer who is qualified and experienced in delivering resilience training.
By considering these criteria, you can find the right resilience training program for you or your team. With the right program in place, you can enjoy the benefits of a more resilient and capable team.
How can we help?
Our resilience training features core topics that are covered, however we always ensure that our courses are bespoke to your organisation and workforce. Our team will have an initial discussion with you to find out the common issues your workforce face – based on this we will implement bespoke techniques and training topics to ensure the training is as relevant as it can be. Our training can be delivered remotely or face-to-face (travel restrictions permitting). Please contact us if you would like more information on how we can assist you.
Resilience training can be useful to help individuals to better tolerate stress both in the short-term and the long-term. Our resilience training helps individuals to understand stress and the impact of stress on their mental and physical health. Resilience training will equip individuals to manage their stresses by introducing them to positive coping strategies to improve their emotional regulation, and reframe their mindset.
The cost of resilience training is dependent on the length of the training and the delivery – whether in person or virtually. Resilience training provided by PMAC is bespoke, and the content and activities within the session will be tailored to your business needs, and the stresses that your employees face in their workplace.
At PMAC we are passionate about providing attendees with skills that they can utilise both in the workplace and more generally. A resilient workforce is a robust workforce, and a self-aware workforce, that is better equipped to solve problems as they arise, and more likely to seek support when they need it.