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C.I.E.H.: Stress Awareness training

This qualification raises awareness of the likely sources of work-related stress. It is aimed at general workers and also serves as an introduction to the issue for more senior staff. The qualification will enable employees to contribute to strategies which combat work-related stress.

Who should attend?

All employees

Course Content:

The qualification covers the following topics:

  • Definitions of stress
  • Stress as an occupational health hazard
  • Identification of basic workplace stressors
  • Development of basic controls for work-related stressors
  • Responsibilities imposed under UK legislation
Course Duration:

Half day (minimum 4 hours)

Assessment Method:

By means of a review of the students' own work practices and is designed to be completed under tutor supervision following the training

Entry Requirements:

None - Appropriate for all employees

Entry Requirements:


Delivery Method:

By use of exercises, handouts and group work etc in an informal setting, either on your premises or in our training room. Each student receives a copy of the textbook and handouts. Our courses are conducted in English, but a range of foreign language papers and work books are available for candidates who would find it easier.

Ofqual Accredited:



Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Foundation Certificate in Stress Awareness

Course Evaluation:

At the end of the course, as part of our quality monitoring procedures and to contribute to the on-going development and improvement of the programme, all delegates will be asked to complete a course evaluation.

Suggested progression on completion:

C.I.E.H. Level 3 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace


Details are available on application.

How do you book this course?

This course is usually run in-house. Contact us for further details

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