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Developing Personal Confidence and Emotional Resilience (Hillcroft Campus, Surbiton)
WR0068

(Women Only)

Developing Emotional Resilience aims to help learners understand what is meant by ?emotional resilience?, recognise your own personal responses to new social, environmental and emotional situations, and learn ways of developing emotional resilience. This course is useful for those who want to develop their own emotional resilience in their personal or professional lives or to support others.

We are proud of our diverse learner groups, and range of support to enable access for all learners regardless of ability or background. However, we also recognize that some women benefit from the supportive and close-knit environment of a women-only class, which can help to develop the skills, confidence and ambition to succeed in mainstream education, work and community settings.

Some women have been socially marginalised because they left school with few or no qualifications, have a disability or have had their education or career plans disrupted by caring responsibilities.

Some women have also experienced abusive or unhealthy relationships with friends, partners or family, and this can be an additional barrier to moving on.

The course will take place on site at the Hillcroft campus and class sizes will be small to ensure social distancing measures can be carried out.

Course Content

There are no formal entry requirements. However, in order to help us support your learning we would encourage you to declare any learning, physical or mental health needs.

Entry Requirements

To be eligible for this course you must be 19 or over on 31st August prior to the course start date.

This course will help you to set your own manageable goals and recognise your own personal responses to social and emotional situations. Your course will include tips and strategies about how to manage stress and develop emotional resilience through a range of exercises designed to promote a sense of personal well-being.

We are proud of our diverse learner groups, and range of support to enable access for all learners regardless of ability or background. However, we also recognize that some women benefit from the supportive and close-knit environment of a women-only class, which can help to develop the skills, confidence and ambition to succeed in mainstream education, work and community settings.

Some women have been socially marginalised because they left school with few or no qualifications, have a disability or have had their education or career plans disrupted by caring responsibilities. Some women have also experienced abusive or unhealthy relationships with friends, partners or family, and this can be an additional barrier to moving on.

Assessment Methods

There is no formal assessment. You will create and review your own personal learning goals through an individualized learning plan (IP).