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Personal Resilience – Train the Trainer


Resilience Train the Trainer

Our resilience train the trainer session delivers our flagship Personal Resilience training programme in a Train the Trainer format. This gives your organisation the capability to unlock this vital skill for individual wellbeing at scale, using internal resources to deliver the training.

Our Personal Resilience Train the Trainer programme equips your internal facilitators with the ability and confidence to deliver high impact, thought provoking and interactive personal resilience training sessions in a cost effective way.

Enquire today about resilience train the trainer or download our training pack below.

Course delivery options

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Face-to-face or virtual programme

The Personal Resilience Train the Trainer programme includes:

  • Training for up to 8 facilitators per cohort​
  • 1 day facilitator training with ongoing support from the Robertson Cooper team (1 day face-to- face, or 2 x 3.5 hour virtual sessions)​
  • Access to your own unique iResilience organisational link​
  • Facilitators pack – slides, facilitator notes and facilitator guide ​
  • Delegate workbooks – for use by delegates in the workshop​
  • Evaluation questionnaire template​


“The session managed to balance really specific, personal insight whilst keeping the whole group engaged and interested. Everyone felt comfortable to share and we were pushed to be honest and self-reflective, which was very positive - focusing on our own individual areas for development and the practical tips for improving these.”


“I need to remember to question if I am looking after myself too. As a line manager I tend to forget about me and just focus on looking out for my team. The course reminded me that we all need to be energised before we do anything - and actually I will be better able to support my team if I am more energised and resilient myself.”


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