The training is designed to provide flexibility n learning through the use of formal and informal instructional methods. The program is also designed so that it can be facilitated by the 3rd year Human Resource Development students which are the future Human Resource personnel/ trainees/managers. Training Goal To ensure that BIBS – Marketing Management first year students will be able to practice the ideas on stress management that will enhance their personality.
Training Objectives By the end of the training, the participants are expected: to state and explain the essence of stress management; to identify what are positive stress and negative stress; o know the causes of stress and its effects; to know how to overcome stress. Training Needs The training needs of the target audience were purely come from the Training and Needs Analysis survey given to the target audience whereas the survey focuses on the Stress Management. In line with this, we derived a topic on stress management with a title KEEP CALM and LO O S E N UP! Which envisioned that after attending the training they can apply or practice the learning and techniques on how to have a positive social image. The theme of the seminar is from the movie UP. The trainers chose it because according to our research, the author based the story on fantasies of escaping from life when it becomes too irritating. Training Audience The training audience will be 50 freshmen students of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Marketing Management of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Tagging Branch.
Training Date and Time The training will be conducted on 25th day of September, 2014 at exactly 2:00 o’clock in the afternoon. Training Venue In the seminar which focuses on stress management we unite to decide to choose he Polytechnic University of the Philippines Tagging Campus Conference Room. Floor Layout Legend: Ma’am Seville MM 1 Students Training Program Training Budget Training Content Topic Outline Trainers Facilitators l. Stress: What is it? II. Look out: symptoms you are already stressed Ill. Stresses among Students IV. Effects of Stress to College students V.
Stress Relief Techniques for College students 1 . ) Stress: What is it? By Daniel Milk Stress is the “non-specific response of the body to any demand for change. ” Stress is your body’s way of responding to any kind of demand. Stress is a response to an inappropriate level of pressure. It can be caused by both good and bad experiences. When people feel stressed by something going on around them, their bodies react by releasing chemicals into the blood which give people more energy and strength, which can be a good thing if their stress is caused by physical danger.
But this can also be a bad thing, if their stress is in response to something emotional and there is no outlet for this extra energy and strength. Is stress bad? The answer can be yes and no. If you manage it positively, it helps to add flavor to our challenging life. It can vive you the push you need to motivate yourself. Sometimes it becomes worse and difficult to handle. It become destructive and turns into distress. Gestures or Positive Stress: Helps us to improve performance Enables concentration Energize you into motion Distress or Negative Stress: Loss motivation Reduces effectiveness 2. Stress Signals By Mary Joy Emended Stress is everywhere. Don’t let stress hijack your life. Too much stress can wear you down and make you sick, both mentally and physically. Stress can affect all aspects of your life, including your emotions, behaviors, thinking ability, and physical health. Modern life is full of hassles, deadlines, frustrations, and demands. For many people, stress is so commonplace that it has become a way of life. Being able to recognize common stress symptoms can give you a Jump on managing them. . Feelings b. Thoughts Anxiety Irritability * Self-criticism * Fear of failure Moodiness c. Behavioral Stuttering Acting impulsively Snapping at friends * Pre-occupation with the future d. Physical Headache * Sleep disturbance * Fatigue 3. ) Causes of Stress among Students By Joanne Gavin With freedom comes responsibility; learning to accurately Time management organize time is important Academics There tends to be a significant gap in the level of learning required in college compared to high school.
Try it when you are feeling stressed, getting distracted in class, or when you are feeling really impatient. 2. Take a Break Have you been in class and studying in the library all day? Stop. The key to stress relief is stop worrying about things out of your control. Don’t push your stressful thoughts out of your mind completely, but you don’t need to think about it all the time. 3. Get enough sleep College student have enough reasons to be stressed and when your body does not eave enough sleep it is much more sensitive to stress. You need a set sleep schedule of at least seven hours in a night.
Short Activity: Meditation Stress Relief Techniques #4, #5, #6 and #7 By Princess Mercado 4. Eat well Do you eat a lot of cheap, greasy foods at odd hours of the day and night? Eating a balanced diet will keep your stress level down, get you healthy, and your waistline down. 5. Get Some Exercise Just a 30-minute walk while listening to music can be good stress relief and will get you healthier. Exercise releases endorphins, “feel-good” brain chemicals, that protect oh against depression, decreases stress hormones, relaxes your muscles, and helps you sleep better. Short activity: Yoga Exercise 6.
Make Your Life Easier For the most part, you control your own schedule and you know what works best for you. Librating your day off by pressing the snooze button repeatedly and then rushing will Just be a stressful start, so don’t put yourself in that situation. 7. A Sweet Snack Dark chocolate is high in antioxidants, and eating it releases endorphins in your brain that will make you and your brain happy. Stress Relief Techniques #8, #9 and By Ma. Francesca Louise Dijon 8. Plan Ahead When you know that you have an exam and a big paper due in two weeks, don’t wait until the last minute to do it.
Try to plan for delays and unexpected things to get in your way of studying and working on your paper. 9. Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff In the grand scheme of things, don’t freak out over things that you have no control over. Just breathe and think about the big picture. 10. Learn How to Say No Let’s face it, sometimes we Just don’t know how to say no to people and work Just gets more and more piled up. You need to make the right decisions for yourself. You need to know your limits and relieve stress, not add to it.