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Managing Pressure is our next discovery session in Newport

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Richard Wilson and Gareth Jones from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) will be leading a discovery session on ‘Managing Pressure’ in Newport on the 9th September. This has been developed within MCA and has been well-received, so we would now like to open this opportunity up to civil servants from all departments.

This session aims to help you to understand how stress is defined, the signs/symptoms and practical approaches to managing pressure and avoiding stress-related illness. It will promote the need to focus on having conversations and finding someone you can talk to.

So if you think that you or a member of your staff would benefit, then this session is for you.

When: 9th September 2016

Where: The Office for National Statistics, Cardiff Road, Newport, NP10 8XG (Training Room 3)

Times: 10.30am to 1pm

You will need your line manager's approval to attend and any travel and subsistence costs must be met by your home department. Lunch/refreshments will not be provided, so please make alternative arrangements.

Should you require a parking space at the venue please contact Danielle Eyre and provide your name, car registration number along with the name of your department.

Discovery sessions are learning events that can count towards your 5 a year learning and development days. Book here in order to secure a place.

If you have any questions about this session please contact Danielle Eyre. 

Civil Service Local is committed to ensuring that wherever possible our events are accessible to all participants. If you have any specific requirements that will enable you to fully participate, please let us know and we will endeavor to make any reasonable adjustments.




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  1. Comment by June posted on

    I've been to this event in Southampton and it was well worth my time. I'm not a mindfulness fan and was not really looking forward to it but it exceeded my expectations and was really practical and worthwhile.