Anger management

Class Size

Minimum of six (6) and up to a maximum of twelve (12)


One (1) day

Who is the course for?

Mental Health nurses / assistants, A&E staff, custody nurses, carers and staff who work in care home. Any category of staff who might be faced with personal anger management problems in their work place, or who experience problems in dealing with bullying, intimidation, threats or other angry confrontations from work colleagues / clients.

Course content

This introductory course comprises of a theoretical component which includes, legislations, Health & Safety, Physiology, Diversity responsiveness and personal protection. It is designed to develop individuals in the recognition awareness and acceptability of the risks, emotional and physiological impact and consequences of anger. It also informs on the employment of principles of self de-escalation and self restraint management strategies in order to nullify or channel unacceptable anger into positive and socially acceptable behaviours.


There is no formal assessment attached to this course. However, participants will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of the programme.

Principal Tutor

Carl Ryan, RMN, Cert. Ed. BA (Hon), MPhil


Available on request