The concept of mindfulness comes to us through the Buddhist religion. The word “mindfulness” is one translation of the Pali word sati (Sanskrit smrti). Other translations of this word include “awareness” and “memory.” Mindfulness is one’s capacity to avoid distraction from the present moment, but in Buddhism it also means to avoid forgetting what one already knows and to remember to do what one has an intention to do.
Who Should Attend?
This course is open to anyone who wants to learn how to balance their mind with their environment, especially when under stress.
Study time: 3 hours
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Your very own personal space.
Your personalised learning portal includes:
- In-house Social Media profile page - follow and be followed & create a professional profile
- In-house email to engage directly with your peers
- Ongoing tech and facilitator support via the in-house platforms
- Progress reports on request
Ensuring that you track your progress.
Throughout the programme, you will have opportunities to test your knowledge and evaluate your understanding via multiple choice quizzes that will enable you to track and improve your progress. These include:
Your content for each of the modules consists of
12 Interactive Study Guides (e-Books) that provide the written content of the course
11 Videos that reinforce the learning provided in the E-Books
12 Audio sections