Coping under pressure is an understated skill set. Learn to minimise anxiety and act from a place of confident strength, even under the most strenuous conditions. This course will bolster your mental fitness and emotional resilience, enabling you to overcome challenges as and when they arise. Feel the benefits in your physical and mental health.
Who should enrol?
Price: $440 or $42.00/week over 12 weeks
Approximately 2 hours
24 months from enrolment
We’re ready when you are
Start any time with flexible learning hours and fully remote modules
Ab² students enjoy:
Our course has been custom-built by industry experts with decades of real-world, practical experience and knowledge. This will give you top-notch skills and understanding, making you job-ready the moment you graduate.
Emotional resilience refers to your ability to bounce back from a challenge, change, adversity, threat and/or stress with minimal setbacks. High resilience means quick recovery, while low resilience can throw you completely off track in life by a small surprise.
To develop emotional resilience you need to be confident and flexible. You should also have the capacity to execute realistic plans and communicate effectively, make use of a good support network and have the ability to control your emotions and impulses.
Mental fitness is an overview of your mental health and focuses on the big picture of maintaining a healthy state of mind in all aspects of life whether you face difficulties or not. Developing this strength involves proactive steps to protect your mind and reduce the chance of potential injuries.
Connections are what make us human. A lack of companionship or quality relationships cause us to feel lonely and isolated, which can become more commonplace as we age.
It’s important to develop such skills so as to to build connections with others in order to live a more fulfilling and healthy life surrounded by positive relationships.
The connection between physical and mental health has been well-established but is often overlooked or underplayed. The mind and body are intrinsically intertwined in every way.
Poor mental or physical health is rarely experienced in isolation of the other. Problems in one domain can set off more consequences in the other, so it is essential to address well-being holistically by improving physical and mental health.
Knowing the early warning signs of stress can help us reorient ourselves and reduce its long-term effects.