WORK PRESSURE

Prevent Burn-out

in Education

WORK PRESSURE

Prevent Burn-out

in Education

WORK PRESSURE

Prevent Burn-out

in Education

Shortage of Teachers

According to the latest estimates by Education in Figures, the shortage will rise to over 1,970 FTEs in primary education in 2024.

More work pressure and less job satisfaction.

Invest in prevention!

Prevent burnout and absence from work.

Do you recognize the teacher who …

º Goes home last with a bag full of schoolwork
º Always talks about the high workload
º Reacts emotionally
º Resists innovations 
º Requires everything in micro-detail
º Assumes far more responsibility than is productive
º Finds it hard to say no
º Finds it difficult to prioritize

Do you recognize the teacher who …

º Goes home last with a bag full of schoolwork
º Always talks about the high workload
º Reacts emotionally
º Resists innovations 
º Requires everything in micro-detail
º Assumes far more responsibility than is productive
º Finds it hard to say no
º Finds it difficult to prioritize

Burn-out signs!

Prevention is better than cure

A teacher has very little influence on the workload, but the way they deal with it is a choice. 

Burnout is caused by a combination of factors. Stress caused by work pressure plays an important role, but also personality, work environment and private circumstances.

The program focuses on the personality traits that cause the high workloads to cause stress, class management, pedagogical and didactic skills and work relationships.

No groups without a teacher and high substitute costs

Prevention is better than cure

A teacher has no influence on the workload, but the way he/she deals with is a choice.

Burnout is caused by a combination of factors. Stress caused by work pressure combined with personality, environment and private circumstance.

The program focuses on the personality traits to strengthen the area of resilience against workload induced stress, improve class management, enhance pedagogic / didactic skills  and enhance work relationships.

No groups without a teacher and high replacement costs

Prevent burn-out and absence from work

 

Short term support

5 months

17 hours coaching

 

Prevent burn-out and absence from work

 

Long-term support

10 months 

30 hours coaching 

 

New to teaching

The programs are also suitable for the guidance and support of those starting their career in primary education.

Gaining experience in teaching and learning to deal with the high work pressure takes time. Strategic personnel policy is necessary to adequately guide and support these teachers.

Given the worrying growth in teacher shortage it is important that the new teacher stays in the field of education. Although new teachers are meant to be guided by experienced colleagues, the workload often prevents the mentoring that is so needed. Although they can ask questions, time pressure makes effective guidance a challenge.

Tsjirste Abegg, therapist, coach & trainer

Tsjirste owns Ayuda, a practice for psychodynamic therapy, coaching and training in Almere. During her 17-year career as a teacher in primary education, she retrained as a therapist / coach at the academy for Psychodynamics in Scherpenzeel and also followed the one-year training as a school leader at the center for in-service training in Amsterdam. Now she guides teachers with her educational and therapeutic knowledge / experience who are at risk of dropping out due to work pressure. In addition to guiding teachers and clients in her practice, she also provides experiential training to teams in the field of collaboration.

Her education and psychological knowledge and experience ensure that she understands and can guide teachers on a broad level in their personal growth, teacher skills, class management and work relationships.

WORK PRESSURE

Prevent burn-out in Education

Would you like to know more about one of the programs or free introductory meeting?

Then fill in the form below or contact Ayuda direct via +31 (0)6 15341921

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