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If you’re suffering with anxiety now or have at any point, you’ll know how debilitating it can be. We can’t promise a cure but understanding anxiety better can be key to controlling it. Taking this course will give you the knowledge and understanding that you might need to help yourself or someone you care about. Maybe both. And, in doing so, you could quite possibly save a life.
As much as we’d like it to, a short course can’t cure anxiety. But learning about it can give you a degree of control. Which can make a massive difference when you’re struggling to deal with the side effects. So, we set out to identify the common symptoms. This will help you recognise them next time anxiety kicks in. We also explain the difference between anxiety and stress, and offer tips that you can implement to help control your anxiety.
If you’ve never suffered from anxiety, it’s hard to explain the crippling effect it can have on you. But anxiety is so common, we’re all likely to suffer from it at some point in our lives. Some may have relatively mild symptoms, like feeling nervous before an important exam or interview - maybe you don’t sleep well the night before because of it. But other people can suffer severely from the effects of anxiety and over a much longer period.
Whichever end of the scale you are, you’ll want to try and calm or control that anxiety, even if you can’t remove it completely. This course will help with that. Crippling anxiety can be a huge barrier in both your personal life and career. We’re here to provide you with the tools to remove that barrier and help you conquer anxiety when it rears its ugly head.
For some, anxiety can be a relatively mild experience. For others, it can stop them doing things. Not just social activities. Simple day-to-day tasks can become unbearably difficult. So, we approached this one sensitively, showing a character suffering and following their journey towards control. We felt it was relatable.
We used a friendly tone throughout, and a warm voiceover to complement it. A ‘tale of the tape’ style screen shows the differences and similarities between anxiety and stress in a clear way so learners can absorb it. An interactive section allows learners to click and explore ways to reduce anxiety at their own pace. And finally, as we didn’t think a test would be appropriate for a course like this, links are provided instead so learners can continue their journey to anxiety control with leading professional organisations such as the NHS.
Everyone has the right to learn and learner need can vary demanding on environment or disabilities. This course comes with transcripts so people have text options for an media, subtitles for all videos and is screen reader friendly with alternative text.
We take a number of steps to ensure visuals and navigation is easy for your people. For more information on the steps we take for accessibility check out how we make out courses.