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Customised training in Developing Resilience

Customised Training in developing Resilience

We have a reputable history of ensuring our course content is conversant with current thinking & have provided bespoke resilience courses for many clients.

Bespoke Resilience Courses - tailored to your requirements

In addition to our standard Resilience courses, we are always delighted to work with you to create a unique course which has been customised to your organisation’s precise requirements.

As one of the first consultancies in the United Kingdom to offer courses on resilience, we already have a reputable history of ensuring our course content is conversant with current thinking and we have an active interest in keeping up to date with on-going research regarding the subject.  As a result, we have worked with many clients who have requested bespoke resilience courses for their managers or staff.

For example, in one Local Authority the managers had already undertaken an extensive ‘resilience skills’ survey which provided them with a personal strengths and weakness analysis.  Consequently we provided a customised course which provided them with both the knowledge and resources to strengthen their resilience and allow comparison with their original survey results.

In addition to providing customised or bespoke resilience courses, we are also able to offer a one-to-one confidential coaching service.

If you would like to discuss possible training solutions for your organisation, please contact us for an informal discussion as to how we can help.

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Please get in touch with us if you have any questions.  We are always happy to talk about our courses and help you to work out the best match for your requirements.

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

"The quality of the training has been fantastic and our employees are really engaging with the trainer and getting something out of it. Also In Equilibrium makes the whole process very easy to arrange."

— Employee Engagement & Wellbeing Officer, Sophie Holland
AGE UK
 
 

"We wanted to provide a course that taught useful and practical coping strategies that our members could put into place straight away. In Equilibrium’s experience showed us that they could provide this, and they tailored the course perfectly."

— The Association of Electoral Administrators
 
 
 
 

"In-Equilibrium recently presented Mental Health Awareness to Managers in all of our area offices. The training was really well received and all of the trainers were praised for their in-depth knowledge and understanding."

 

— Roger Bullivant Limited
 

"The training was very well received by staff who now all intend to implement the session’s practical tips and techniques into their existing roles. A large proportion of the staff rated the facilitator and their delivery as excellent and their only recommendation was for a further and longer session!"

— Leeds City College
 

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