Training – Stress Management and Burnout Prevention


Stress Management and Burnout Prevention


Schools and teachers are usually very good at thinking about the well-being of their pupils. We consider ourselves to have the duty to care for our pupils. However, we do not usually think about our own well-being – not until it is too late and we get sick. People who take on caring roles are often not good at looking after themselves.

For this reason It is vital that we manage our own well-being, as we cannot manage pupils and learning if we cannot manage ourselves. Children come every day to school and do more or less the same thing, having slightly better or worse days. What makes the difference is the reaction of the adults around them. Taking time to manage your stress is essential in order to teach effectively and to help students with their  learning-related stress.


This course wants participants to:

  • Learn stress-management techniques and communication skills, self-efficacy, development of assertiveness
  • Teaching practices that can easily be performed, that are successfully contributing to the daily stress management
  • Onset awareness about skills required for recognition, prevention, management activities during the burnout phenomenon
  • Professional recognition of the staff jammed in various stages of burnout, facilitating the appropriate points of intervention
  • Raise awareness, exercises of the matching practice methods


Our courses, developed in the framework established by the Erasmus+ Programme, are crafted to include both formal and non-formal education methodologies. Starting with a theoretical approach to the theme of the course, we proceed with non-formal learning strategies in order to guarantee and stimulate an active contribution from the participants involved. In practice, we use: Presentations; Analysis of study cases; Discussions in the classroom; Role-plays; Technical visits to local private and public institutions; Conferences with local professionals to exchange good practices; Job shadowing experiences; Workshops to rethink old practices and introduce new ones.


We will hand out:​

  • Certificate of attendance, which will include title of course, main training content and dates;
  • Europass Mobility certificates issued by your NA and signed by us.

Dates & Locations

On demand


Location: Budapest, Hungary


  • Day 1 – Arrival
    • Participants will be transferred from the airport to the accommodation in Budapest.
    • Get to know each other and welcome dinner
  • Day 2 – Objectives and methodology
    • Introduction to the conceptual and methodological knowledge
    • Learning stress-management techniques and communication skills
  • Day 3 – Self-management techniques
    • Techniques and communication skills
    • Self-efficacy
    • Discussing their own experiences
    • City sightseeing
  • Day 4 – Development of assertiveness
    • Conflict-solving skills
    • Development of assertiveness
    • Technical visits to local private and / or public institutions.
  • Day 5 – Various stages of burnout
    • Professional recognition of the staff jammed in various stages of burnout
    • Facilitating the appropriate points of intervention
    • Discussing their own experiences
    • Cultural visit
  • Day 6 – Workshop
    • Raise awareness, exercises of the matching practice methods
    • Final evaluations
    • Delivery of Certificates
  • Day 7 – Departure
    • Departure of participants

Training fee: 490 EUR/participant. The fee includes participation fee, training materials, stationery.
The fee does not include travel, accommodation and meals.
All costs can be funded from Erasmus+ KA1 grants.

For further information please contact us!