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Life skills are already defined as the capabilities for positive and adaptive behaviour that allows people to deal efficiently with the challenges of daily living (WHO).

Adaptive means that an individual is versatile in strategy and can change in circumstances that are different. Positive behaviour means that an individual is forward-looking and maybe even in situations that are difficult, can locate a ray of opportunities and hope to find solutions.

Life skills include interpersonal skills and psychosocial competencies that help individuals make informed decisions, resolve problems, think creatively and critically, communicate effectively, construct relationships that are healthy, empathize with other people, and manage the lives of theirs productively and healthily. You will find two types of abilities - all those associated with believing termed as "thinking skills"; as well as abilities associated with coping with others called "social skills". While thinking skills connect to reflection at an individual level, interpersonal skills are included by social skills and don't always depend on thinking that is logical. It's the mix of these two types of abilities which are essential for accomplishing assertive behaviour as well as negotiating effectively. "Emotional" can be regarded as a skill not only in making logical choices but also in being ready to make others decide to one 's purpose of perspective. To accomplish that, coming to terms initially with oneself is crucial. Thus, self-management is an essential skill like managing/coping with thoughts, emotions, stress and resisting peer and loved one's stress. People that are Young as advocates require social skills and both thinking for harmony building as well as advocacy on issues of matter.

Who Can Attend?

It is a personal development program which is going to benefit all people through building their independence and confidence to allow them to reach the potential of theirs.


The goals of this particular education are providing abilities which allow participants to deal with the challenges of daily life, develop self-confidence, and also promote critical thinking, promote independence, and also assist others to talk a lot more efficiently.

Course Content


• Who do you think you're?

• What is living skills?

• Working in teams

• Setting expectations

• Earning and giving respect

• Identifying weaknesses and strengths

• Clarifying values

• Avoiding stereotypes

• Developing personal power

Intrapersonal Relationship

• Self-awareness

• Self-esteem

• Self-discipline

• Coping with emotions

• Coping with stress

Correspondence Skills

• Understanding nonverbal messages

• Listening

• Speaking

• Being assertive

• Expressing opinions constructively

• Critical thinking

Decision Making Skills

• Making choices - small and big

• Gathering info

• Identifying options

• Weighing consequences and options

• Making a decision

Envisioning and Goal Setting

• Defining goals

• Stepping stone goals

• Taking action

• Persevering

Managing Personal Resources

• Developing a good attitude

• Being accountable

• Handling stress

• Managing the time of yours

• Taking the initiative

Problem Solving Skills

• Defining problems - small and big

• Identifying options

• Considering the cons and pros

• Finding solutions

Peaceful Conflict Resolution

• Understanding conflicts

• Identifying emotions in issues

• Controlling emotions in issues

• Using communication abilities efficiently

• Creating a win-win scenario

• Resolving conflicts

Planning for the Future

• Adapting to change

• Handling pressure from peers three

• Getting along

• Playing by the guidelines

• Presenting yourself

Cv and interview Skills writing

• A sample of curriculum vitae

• Guidelines to cv writing

• Preparing for an interview

• Presenting yourself inside an interview

Good Living

• Basic personal hygiene

• Healthy eating and eating disorders

• Importance of actual physical activities

• Drugs as well as substance abuse

• Impact of behaviour alteration of wellbeing and health

Using the Skills

• Introduction

• Getting started

• Designing an action program

• Taking action

• Assessment

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