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CABA launches 3 new courses

CABA is launching three new courses on how to supercharge your sleep, mindfulness for busy people, and how to develop your self-awareness and improve your career. The courses are designed to help past and present ICAEW members and their families regain control in their lives, and take a more proactive approach to the challenges they face.

The first course, on how to supercharge sleep, aims to help anyone who has difficulties with sleep understand what is keeping them up at night, and then put solutions in place to create ideal sleep conditions to boost daily energy and performance.

The second course, mindfulness for busy people, is designed for those who want to achieve a higher level of personal effectiveness. For those who feel they're stressed or struggling to get everything done, this course can help them regain balance, enabling them to feel calmer and more productive through the use of mindfulness practices.

The final course explores how attendees can develop self-awareness and improve their careers. It provides the opportunity to evaluate internal and external self-awareness, examining the benefits this can have for both personal and career success. Attendees will complete different activities to discover more about themselves and how they relate to others.

Laura Little, Learning and Development Manager at CABA commented: "Working in the accountancy sector can be intense, and can occasionally require long hours to meet workplace commitments. When this becomes a regular occurrence, it's easy for our work-life balance to tip too far towards work, which can ultimately have a negative effect on our physical and mental health. Our new courses are designed to help ACA students, ICAEW members and their families feel more in control of what's happening, and what's set to come."

Review all courses at CABA. Source: HRnews