This set of trainings is a partnership between IASA and XNC.
IASA and the company XNC decided to jointly launch a set of Soft Skills trainings that allow all interested parties to experience new approaches and innovative angles for the evolution of their careers and their quality of life.
One of IASA's main missions is to empower Citizens in all its aspects, including training. XNC is a company with excellent evidence given in the Soft Skill area, as the CVs of its leaders attest.
Time Management Course
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STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE AND SCHEDULE
November 8, 10 and 11 from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
November 15, 17 and 18 from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm (daytime class)
enjoy the well-being and happiness are increasingly important priorities in people's daily lives.
between different factors present, we highlight two considered determinants for this well-being. The way you deal with stressful situations, and the way how each individual handles and manages emotions.
With this training, we seek to promote methods, knowledge and strategies that allow, according to the specificity and circumstances, each one to better manage emotions and adopt preventive actions necessary to promote well-being.
For this, the Emotional Management and Stress Management Course program was developed.
Understand Stress as an adaptive response (mental, physical and emotional) to the demands, changes and events of life;
Identify sources, symptoms and effects of Stress;
Promote/identify management strategies positive emotional.
The various modules will be developed by renowned specialists in the field of rehabilitation who put their know-how into practice every day. The summary curriculum of each of the trainers can be viewed below.
Enrollments can be made in the after-work class or in the day class.
Final registration fee, payable: €185 (with VAT)
18:30/21:00 10/8/11 November 2021
10:00/12:30 15/17/18 November 2021
[Download the registration form to your computer, open it in Excel and follow the instructions indicated therein]
For more information or clarification of doubts, please contact the course coordination:
Prof. Doctor Maria Idália Gomes ( firstname.lastname@example.org, 965 084 587).