Bridgend Spring 22 Course Content
Improving Own Confidence –
Know about confidence. Identify the characteristics of a confident person. List own characteristics, skills and qualities that make them feel confident. List personal achievements. Outline the reasons to improve own confidence. Know how communication skills can contribute to improving confidence. Outline how improving own communication skills will improve confidence. Outline why it is important to receive and respond to others with tolerance and support. State the benefits of being able to listen to ideas and opinions. Demonstrate listening to: a) another person on a one-to-one basis b) people in a group situation. Know about decision-making and associated emotions and feelings. Outline how being an effectual decision-maker can lead to increased confidence. Identify an occasion when an important: a) personal decision was made b) decision with another person(s) was made. List things that have been considered when making the: a) personal decision b) decision with another person(s). Give an example of a likely emotion/feeling that someone might experience when they feel: a) fully involved in the decision-making b) marginally involved or excluded from the decision-making. State how these feelings might impact on confidence. Know how having goals/targets can increase confidence. Outline the relevance of having specific goals to increasing confidence. Outline the relevance of having specific setting targets to increasing confidence. State a short-term goal for the following: a) personal b) career and/or education. State a long-term goal for the following: a) personal b) career and/or education. Identify ways in which own personal and career and/or education goals can be achieved. Outline the steps they will take to achieve one of the identified goals.
Anger Management & Emotional Wellbeing –
Know that anger can be used in a positive manner and used in a negative manner. Outline an occasion when anger has been used in society in a positive way. Outline an occasion when anger has been used in society in a negative way. Know external and internal changes that happen to our bodies when we become angry. Identify the physical external changes that happen when a person becomes angry. Identify the physical internal changes that happen when a person becomes angry. Be able to use an anger management technique. Identify different techniques that could be used to control a person’s anger. Use an anger management technique. Know how to respond to situations using passive, aggressive or assertive behaviour. Give examples of situations when passive, aggressive or assertive behaviour could be an appropriate response. Know the possible consequences of aggressive, passive and assertive behaviour. State the possible outcomes of using aggressive behaviour in a negative situation. State the possible outcomes of using assertive behaviour in a negative situation. State the possible outcomes of using passive behaviour in a negative situation.
Resilience Skills –
Understand resilience and its impact. Outline what is meant by resilience. Identify a situation where resilience skills have been used. Outline why resilience skills are important to a person’s health and well-being. Understand how to develop an individual’s resilience. Identify ways of: creating a positive outlook on life, increasing an individual’s resilience. Be able to develop resilience skills. Identify: own personal resilience skills, how resilience skills have been used., how could own personal resilience skills be improved.
Assertiveness Skills –
Understand assertiveness. Define assertiveness. Identify: aggressive behaviour, assertive behaviour, passive behaviour. Outline a range of assertiveness techniques. Outline the benefits of using assertiveness rather than aggressive or passive behaviour. Be able to use assertiveness techniques. Use assertiveness techniques. Identify experiences where assertiveness has been used to help a situation.
Emotional Health & Wellbeing –
Understand the concept of emotional health and wellbeing. Make a statement on the following: emotional health and well-being, mental health. Understand how different factors affect emotional health and wellbeing. Point out the features of emotional wellbeing. Point out ways that someone can improve their emotional wellbeing
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