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London Open Courses … booking now open


In Equilibrium are delighted to offer a short series of London open courses in a central location this autumn.  The series consists of 3 of our most popular one-day courses and each will be facilitated by a trainer who is an expert in their field.

The courses will all take place at the Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel in Belgravia.  The cost per delegate is £395 + VAT which includes refreshments and a restaurant lunch together with a course workbook and access to online resources.

Each course is limited to 12 delegates and can be booked through the Eventbrite online booking system or, if you prefer, by phoning the In Equilibrium office on 01383 622002 during office hours. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to either drop them to us in an email here or give Alastair Taylor a call on 0131 476 5027.

Developing Personal Resilience -Tuesday 4 October 2016

Bookings are now closed for this event.

Resilience Open Course LondonAn interactive course which introduces participants to skills that will increase their confidence in their ability to bounce back from the many pressures and adversities they inevitably encounter in today’s workplace.



Stress Management Training for Managers – Tuesday 8 November 2016

Bookings are now closed for this event.

Stress Management Training for ManagersA practical course which enables managers, supervisors and/or team leaders to identify signs of stress in their reports, to discuss their individual stress triggers with them and to agree strategies for review in the future.

This course will be facilitated by Sara Rawstron“The trainer was very professional, clear, concise and did a fantastic job of turning theory into practice.”



Mental Health Awareness Training for Managers – Thursday 24 November 2016

Mental Heralth Awareness Training for ManagersA valuable course which imparts the knowledge and understanding required to more effectively manage someone with a suspected or diagnosed mental health condition.  How to help other members of the team cope with the challenging behaviours associated with the most common mental health conditions is also covered.

Christine Clark will be the facilitator for this course, “Christine’s training has really motivated us to make necessary changes, mainly in the working environment but personal ones too.”


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