The Free face to face workshops will take a holistic and proactive approach in covering all aspects of resilience to help people improve their own wellbeing and achieve ongoing success and quality of life.
Just like your body, your mind can be trained and improved.
As an ongoing resource following each workshop every participant will be offered access to the online BOUNCEuP Guide.
To get fitter or better at sport and exercise you have to train and practice. We have taken this approach in developing this workshop and will use some sport/exercise terms and examples to help individuals learn and digest the information provided.
The workshop learning objectives are broken down into five (5) unit topics:
Topic 2 : Knowing Yourself
Topic 3: Falling off your bike (Coping with difficult situations)
Topic 4: Training (Taking action to promote resilience)
Topic 5: Practice (Maintaining your resilience)
These workshops are supported by the HNECC PHN and we thank them for their support of this program
As CEO of a rural based not for profit organisation operating in a complex and challenging regulatory and funding environment, I am constantly looking for ways to support employees in the management of their mental and physical health. I was introduced to “BOUNCEuP” On-line Resilience Program by Peter Annis-Brown of ManageSport and have found it to be a very valuable addition to our EAP. Our organisation has made the on-line course available to all staff as the content has application and relevance across a range of situations and demographics. Well done, Peter Annis-Brown, for producing a tool that is easily accessible, engaging and beneficial to the well-being of our most important resource, our staff.
Michelle Simpson- CEO, Tamworth Community College
In early February 2019 Hockey NSW AAP program engaged Peter Annis-Brown from ManageSport to deliver a face to face workshop on personal resilience and Integrity to 140 of our athletes as part of their weekend camp. Our athletes took a lot from the workshop and being a selection camp they were able to immediately use some of the tools and tips given to build on their resilience and coping skills.
Richard Willis- Pathway Manager, Hockey NSW