Safeguarding Against Burnout
AudienceTeacherTeacher leaderEducational support staffEarly childhood professionalBusiness managerPrincipal classSystem leaderTeam
Next IntakeMultiple webinars
FeesDET Fully Subsidised
Burnout is recognised as an occupational hazard for people-oriented professions, such as human services, education, and health care. Relationships developed in these professions normally require an intense and ongoing level of care. Although such relationships can be rewarding and engaging, it can also be stressful and lead to burnout.
This webinar explores the phenomenon of burnout, and covers practical strategies that can help you manage or even prevent burnout occurring to you.
Designed for all teaching and non-teaching staff, executive and principal class members, other school leaders and regional and corporate staff.
Over 1-hour, you will:
- learn to recognise the signs of burnout in yourself and in others.
- understand the risk and protective factors for burnout.
- learn strategies to prevent and alleviate the effects of burnout.
To register, visit Health and Wellbeing webinars.
You will need your edugate credentials to register.