Quality checked by The National Counselling Society
This course provides information, resources, and tools to help teaching staff improve their mental and physical wellbeing through Self-Care.
Quality checked by the National Counselling Society. Our Online CPD certificate is aimed at teaching staff to guide participants to think about how best to use relevant skills within their roles.
Self-Care for Teaching Staff
Do you work in a teaching role? You may find that the stresses of your role can sometimes cause you to feel overwhelmed or unwell, either physically or mentally. You may already be aware of the concept of self-care, but are unsure about how best to practice it or how you can help yourself improve your level of self-care. You may want to be able to improve student outcomes by improving your own physical and mental health.
How will this course help me?
This course aims to teach you about what self-care is (and what it isn’t) and provide you with the skills and knowledge to make an effective self-care plan. You will learn a variety of theories and be given a range of resources to help you learn more about self-care, and put into practice what you have learnt.
Moodle is a VLE, or virtual learning environment, that was created specifically for online courses, and is designed to be easy to use, interactive and helpful.
Once you’ve enrolled and received your login, you’ll be able to access your course, which is easy to follow and designed so that you always know where you are, what you have to do and how you can progress through the course.
On Moodle, it’s easy to:
Complete unit activities
Check your answers to unit activities
Submit your assessments
Receive feedback from an assessor
Keep up to date with any news or announcements relevant to your Diploma
Send and receive messages
One thing you always need to keep in mind – you can’t break it!
Learning Outcomes & Course Requirements
By the end of this course you will be able to:
1. Explain what self-care is, and why it is important 2. Identify your own self-care needs 3. Identify when you need to practice self-care 4. Create an effective and helpful self-care plan 5. Work towards forming a habit of self-care
This course is aimed at teaching staff.
The examples and activities given in the course are directly related to teaching staff and will guide participants to think about how best to use relevant skills within their roles.
The course requires self-directed learning. You do not need to purchase any books or journals to complete this course, but there is a section on recommended reading at the end of the course should you wish to continue learning more.
Upon completion of this course, you will be awarded a certificate for 2 CPD hours.
You can either pay in full at the time of purchase or by monthly payment schemes
Any awarding body registrations fees are required to be paid upfront.
Payment in Full:
Receive a 10% discount on courses fees at the time of purchase when you pay in full
Monthly Payment Plan:
Pay an initial deposit and Awarding body Registration fee at the time of purchase
Followed by either 5 or 11 monthly instalments depending on the qualification
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The whole purpose of an Aspire Online Course is to help people in your situation to be successful.
Many people are nervous when they start a course, particularly if they haven't been in a classroom for some time. At Aspire, we are aware of this and have taken it into account when designing all of our; you won't be thrown in at the deep end or tested on things that you forgot years ago. Our online courses are designed to be easy to understand and you’ll be supported in your learning.