1. Transformational leadership.
  2. Stress management and prevention.
  3. Addiction prevention.
  4. Work perspectives.
  5. Team resource management.
  6. Emergencies and disasters.
  7. Roll-ups.
  8. Non-technical skills.

We are well aware that every company has its own specific training requirements.

For this reason, we create “ad hoc” training actions that are always adapted to the needs of the client.

In a first phase, and for any of the trainings we offer, together with you we investigate in which areas or departments of the company an improvement is needed, then we identify the competencies that need to be developed and evaluate for which people in the company, and finally we prepare a tailor-made training plan. There is always a specialist assigned to each training.nado para cada formación.

In a second phase, we measure the results by passing a satisfaction questionnaire to all the participants. This is a fundamental stage that helps us to know the satisfaction, as well as the level of assimilation and consolidation of learning achieved by the participants. But it is also a key aspect of how we work at Psiconnea, as it helps us to identify improvements in quality, methodology and teaching.

In our training courses, students learn actively, through experimentation, because we believe that you learn much more by doing and the transfer to the workplace is immediate. The motivation and involvement of the workers in their learning is essential, which is why their active participation is encouraged at all times.


Hours: 8h (first stage)
Number of participants: 15 – 20
Experiential methodology: 10% theory, 90% practice

Transformational leadership

Leading a team of people has always been a challenge. If we add to that a newly created team with different ages, profiles and needs, it becomes a great challenge.

Transformational leadership is that which, above all, has the capacity to positively influence the progress and development of the team. Its axis of action is based on a collaborative approach to relationships.

The new transformational leadership profile must have the following team management tools:

  • Assertive communication: non-violent communication skills.
  • Relationships and inter-relational team communication
  • The use of feedback as a tool for team growth
  • Effective conflict resolution
  • Emphasis on conscious leadership


Stress management and prevention

This training is carried out by breaking down roles into two training groups:

  • GROUP 1. Senior management.
  • GROUP 2. Intermediate levels, team leaders and staff.

The separation into two groups ensures that GROUP 2 employees have the freedom, discretion and confidence to ask open questions to the teacher and the group, explaining real cases without being inhibited or exposed due to their professional role.

On the other hand, being a multilevel and multidisciplinary group of professionals not only provides participants with knowledge and powerful psycho-emotional tools, but also encourages empathy and understanding of functions, roles and problems among colleagues from different departments.

Hours: 8h (first phase)
Number of participants: 15 – 20
Experiential methodology: 10% theory, 90% practice

Definition and stressors:

  • Personal factors
  • Family factors
  • Work factors

Causes and prevention of work-related stress:

  • Physiology of stress
  • Phases of stress
  • Types of stress: Distress and Stress
  • Characteristics of the company
  • Causes of stress according to the type of work: Burnout
  • Fatigue and drowsiness


  • Prevention of work-related stress at company level
  • Conditions affecting the worker
  • How to change the organisation to prevent work-related stress


Hours: 4h (first phase)
Number of participants: 15 – 20
Experiential methodology: 10% theory, 90% practice

Addiction Prevention

The main objective of this course on drug addiction and other behaviours is to describe and raise awareness about what happens in people’s brains, and how to use the information obtained to face and overcome these addictions.

Addictions are compulsions of the individual towards a certain type of substance, but there are also other types of addictions that force the person to modify their behaviour, making them captive to gambling, sex, food or the Internet.

In this course we will work on:

  • What are addictions: emotional profile.
  • Alcohol, nicotine, marijuana and hallucinogenic opiates and sedatives.
  • Neurotransmission: how drugs change the human brain and dopamine.
  • Common occupational addictions.
  • Vulnerability: drug use, abuse and prevention.
  • Risk factors, protective factors and prevention factors.

Hours: 4h (first phase)
Number of participants: 15 – 20
Experiential methodology: 10% theory, 90% practice


Job prospects

This course aims to enable workers to identify their work identity and to know the personal resources needed to cope with the demands of job adaptation, competence development and career orientation.

Workers are increasingly exposed to demands for more flexibility and mobility at work and have to cope with continuous changes and adaptations.

The following topics are covered in this course:

  • Psycho-emotional job definition and identification.
  • Professional perspectives and motivation.
  • Happiness at work: Is it possible?
    Job identification and personalisation.
  • Work flexibility and social influence.


Hours: 5h (1st year – first phase) + 5 hours of retraining (annual, from 2nd year onwards)
Number of participants: 15 – 20
Experiential methodology: 10% theory, 90% practice

Team resource management

In this training, trainees learn to develop knowledge, attitudes and positive behaviours towards teamwork and human performance, helping to reduce the number or minimise the impact of errors related to working alongside other professionals within the system.

The following topics are covered in this course:

  • Stress management
  • Collaborative and cooperative dynamics
  • Decision-making
  • Error management
  • Effective communication
  • Situational awareness
  • Impact of automation
  • Team roles


Hours: 6h (first phase)
Number of participants: 15 – 20
Experiential methodology: 10% theory, 90% practice

Emergencies and disasters

This course provides participants with the necessary knowledge to deal with emergency and disaster situations from a psychosocial perspective. Participants receive the tools to handle these complex situations appropriately, learn how to communicate and avoid emotional blockage and aggravation of an initial psychological disorder.

The following topics are covered in this training:

  • Stress management in crisis situations.
  • Psychological first aid.
  • Communication with those affected.
  • Self-care: preventive measures.



80% of train drivers run over at least one person during their career, a heavy emotional burden that accompanies them throughout their professional career. This training will provide them with psychological tools to be able to face this reality inherent to their job.

During the training they will work on techniques based on emotional and trauma management, focusing their efforts on psycho-emotional preventive measures:

  • Post-traumatic stress (PTSD).
  • Relaxation techniques and Mindfulness.
  • Emotional management.
  • Trauma and traumatic image.
  • Self-care: preventive measures.

Hours: 6h
Number of participants: 15 – 20
Experiential methodology: 10% theory, 90% practice.

Hours: 4h (first phase)
Number of participants: 15 – 20
Experiential methodology: 10% theory, 90% practice


Non-technical skills

It has been proven that, in addition to technical and regulatory skills, front-line workers cope better with risk situations, anticipate, prevent accidents and perform better in degradable situations when they also possess non-technical skills.

The following topics are covered in this course:

  • Attentional Management.
  • Risk Perception.
  • Assertiveness and Positive Communications + Teamwork.
  • Situational Awareness.
  • Effective Security Communications.
  • Stress Prevention and Control.
  • Human Factors, Errors and Accidents.
  • Positive Safety Culture
  • Fatigue and Drowsiness.

If your company wants training that adapts to your needs, contact us, without obligation, and we will help you to define the most specific training action for your people.

In addition, we have a national team of trained psychologists that allows us to offer the same training, at the same time, in different parts of Spain and the world.

For more information about our trainings