We’ve put the best of our research-tested support online.
We make resilience training accessible and affordable. In our online training courses, you’ll be exposed to the full scope of resilience factors through dynamic content. You’ll build a foundation for further education and create a personal plan of action for building the habits of resilience.
Online learning is a good fit for a variety of humanitarian workers. You might be an individual or team serving a hard-to-reach area, or a community embroiled in conflict, making it difficult to host an in-person group training. You might be an independent contractor without the support of an organization. As a manager, your team might be posted far away and you need tools to support them. Whatever your situation, online learning is an excellent way to learn about or re-familiarize yourself with the practice of building individual and team resilience in the field.
Looking for free resources to support yourself or your team? Check out our resource library here.
Headington Institute eLearning
- Stress & Resilience
- Staff Care for Managers
- Mental Preparedness
- Critical Incidents (English, Arabic, French & Spanish)
All courses are available in English, but are currently undergoing revised and updated translation into Spanish, French, and Arabic.
Group pricing is available upon request. Contact us to learn more.
Resilience Chatbot: TESS
Developed in partnership with X2AI, our TESS chatbot is currently available in English to provide SMS-based resilience coaching according to Headington Institute’s proprietary standard of care. If you are a team member with access to the Headington Institute Resilience Chatbot TESS, please contact your team administrator to receive the portal password.
If you are not a current client (individual or organizational), but would like to use TESS to build your own resilience, please contact us to learn more.
We offer a custom set of tools and trainings to support your staff and leaders in high-stress situations.
“The stress associated with the work has increased significantly. The recent shift towards increased staff care and support provided by helpers like Headington Institute is the single most important contribution to the humanitarian aid community in the last 25 years.”
– Care Manager