Mindfulness in Practice

Online and comprehensive mindfulness programme

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Why this course?

8 Modules

Course content

£49.99 + VAT


A body of qualitative evidence supports findings that mindfulness improves productivity alongside general wellbeing. Some of the amazing benefits include:

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  • Resilience
  • Stress reduction
  • Communication and teamwork
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Decision-making
  • Performance


Developed with UK Network-Registered Mindfulness Trainer 20+ hours of training and instruction videos

Scientific evidencing of mindfulness efficacy

Clear, accessible descriptions of mindfulness techniques

Downloadable mindfulness logs to strengthen learning Exercises you can practice at home or at work

Built-in opportunities for reflection

Certificate of completion

8+ audio recordings of guided meditations

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During the course practitioners will:

Use exercises and training to create good habits to help deal with stimulation and improve physical and emotional resilience

Learn to recognise and handle long-term stress situations, and enhance decision-making during stressful periods

Apply tactics to nurture health at work and at home, and to support the development of others within the organisation

Why is this the ideal course for you?

Accessible expert learning

Developed with UK Network Registered Mindfulness Coach Kerry Stevenson, the modules are accessible and practical, inviting self-reflection via specific work and home-based exercises.

Practical application

The course avoids theory-heavy lectures, and instead offers learning in practical, bite-sized modules that participants can complete in their own time. Combine science and practicality for a strong understanding of the materials and increased confidence in applying learnings.

High quality materials

Expert materials and step-by-step training to prepare your staff for specific situations with in-depth guidelines and scenarios. All materials are regularly updated to reflect new findings and best practice, ensuring participants always have up-to-date materials throughout the subscription’

Flexible and mobile learning mode

Materials are available 24/7 online, meaning participants can access the course in their own time. Our UNIQSKILLS programme will remember their progress, so they can come back to it when it suits them and revisit the course whenever they need.

Good investment

An online course saves time and money compared to traditional face-to-face events or expensive trainers

Access for 12 months

You'll have access to the course for 12 months so you can keep going back to the content whenever you need.

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⚬ Meet your trainer

⚬ Course overview

⚬ What does mindfulness mean?

⚬ The definition of mindfulness

⚬ Mindfulnes versus meditation

⚬ How do we practice mindfulness?

⚬ Scientific evidence of mindfulness

⚬ Organisational benefits of mindfulness

⚬ Neurological response: the brain

⚬ Attitudes of mindfulness

⚬ Reflection

⚬ Guided meditation

⚬ Home practice: mindful eating

The basics of mindfulness

Understanding stress

⚬ Reflecting on the past week

⚬ Understanding stress

⚬ Acute stress

⚬ Episodic stress

⚬ Chronic stress

⚬ The role of perception

⚬ Dealing with stress – unhelpful coping mechanisms

⚬ Stress response scale

⚬ Guided meditation

⚬ Home practice: stress patterns

Improving resiliency to stress

⚬ Resilience and responding to stress

⚬ Reflecting on the past week

⚬ Common challenges with a meditation practice

⚬ Solutions

⚬ What is resilience?

⚬ The brain

⚬ Pausing, noticing, responding

⚬ Guided meditation

⚬ Home practice: breath-based and tension relieving

Mindful decision-making

⚬ Reflecting on the past week

⚬ Check-in practice

⚬ Mindful decision-making

⚬ Why do emotions drive us?

⚬ Mindfulness allows the human to catch-up

⚬ Mindfulness and sunk-cost bias

⚬ Decisions and emotions

⚬ Triangle of awareness and guided meditation

⚬ Home practice

Improving focus

⚬ Reflecting on the past week

⚬ What is focus?

⚬ Singular and divided focus

⚬ Mulit-tasking

⚬ Do we have control over our focus?

⚬ Planting seeds within

⚬ Strengthening focus through mindfulness

⚬ Counting the breath

⚬ Walking meditation

⚬ Hatha yoga

⚬ Home practice

⚬ Tips on minimising external distractions

Performance and creativity

⚬ Check-in practice

⚬ Creativity and performance

⚬ Creativity, stress and the brain

⚬ The creative process

⚬ How does mindfulness fit in?

⚬ Body scan

⚬ Home practice

Mindful communication and teamwork

⚬ Mindful communication and teamwork

⚬ Mindful communication

⚬ Difficult conversations

⚬ Past and future

⚬ Mindfulness in relationships

⚬ Benefits of mindful communication within teams

⚬ Steps to practice mindful communication

⚬ Insight dialogue by Gregory Kramer

⚬ Internal-external awareness practice


⚬ Mindful actualisation

⚬ Daily mindfulness tools part 1

⚬ Daily mindfulness tools part 2

⚬ Daily mindfulness tools part 3

⚬ Daily mindfulness tools part 4

⚬ Daily mindfulness tools part 5

⚬ Daily mindfulness tools part 6

⚬ Daily self-care tips

⚬ Cultivating self-compassion

⚬ What are your values in life?

⚬ Mindfulness and morality


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