The Life Skills Program
 

The following are included in the life skills program

  • Positive communication skills

  • Anger management and conflict resolution

  • Confidence and empowerment

  • Nutrition and fitness

  • Time management

  • Reproductive health

  • Customer communication skills 

  • Presentation skills

  • Environment and sustainability

  • The law

  • Financial management

  • Employment orientation and application processes

 

This module provides trainees with the basic knowledge and skills to support them in the process of working and dealing with colleagues and the people in their lives and creating good relationships. 

Main topics to learn: 

1. Course Description:
The life skills course provides knowledge that can be applied to their work and life even after graduation. Participants participate in the 24-month course including theory and practice. At the same time, there are extracurricular activities, or participation in outdoor events to enhance confidence and openness. The purpose of the Life Skills course is to provide opportunities for trainees to broaden their horizons in order to enhance their understanding of society and to become socially useful and ethical. 

2. Objectives:
Learners become more active, confident, with greater awareness of societal attitudes and behaviours, enabling improved relationships with colleagues and people around them. Make the learners’ perceptions change in a positive way. 

3. Hours:
Within 24 months, trainees will have 144 hours for Life Skills. Of those, they will learn 94 hours directly with our life skills teacher and 20 hours with guest speakers. In addition, the trainees will have to complete a Green Project consisting of 12 periods. The trainees will also participate in extracurricular activities and KOTO events, as part of the holistic training approach.