Wellbeing and learning during the coronavirus pandemic

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About this online webinar

This helpful free webinar provides students and their families with lots of useful advice and practical steps to take to:

  • reduce stress
  • improve wellbeing
  • make learning at home easier and more productive 

It’s jam-packed with practical information and advice including: specific things students can do to look after their wellbeing and continue learning during this uncertain time, how the way we all engage with learning can improve our wellbeing and simple steps students can take to enhance their wellbeing generally.

It also addresses current anxieties about the importance of exam grades and what this might mean for the future of our students.

Teenagers and university students are one of the groups being badly affected by the ongoing uncertainty of lockdown – this helpful webinar provides students and their families with lots of useful advice and practical steps to take to reduce the stress and make learning at home easier and more productive…

To watch the webinar use this link.

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Hosted by Human Givens College

Human Givens College has been providing training in the best ways to treat mental health and behavioural problems for over 20 years. Our clear, practical mental health training gives you the key information and skills you need to help people overcome their difficulties as quickly as possible.

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Hosted by Human Givens College

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