Soft skills consist of a combination of people, social, and communication skills, character traits, attitudes, and mindsets, as well as social and emotional characteristics, among others, which are sought for in all professions. Some examples of soft skills include: Communication.
Life skills are defined as “a group of psychosocial competencies and interpersonal skills that help people make informed decisions, solve problems, think critically and creatively, communicate effectively, build healthy relationships, empathize with others, and cope with and manage their lives in a healthy and productive manner. Life skills may be directed toward personal actions or actions toward others, as well as toward actions to change the surrounding environment to make it conducive to health.” according to World Health Organization (WHO). Bearing the WHO definition in mind, the Basic Life Skills curriculum offers youth the emotional, social and intellectual tools needed to achieve success in life – on a personal level, an interpersonal level, and within their community and work places.
In this Course, aspiring candidates will learn and enhance their Soft Skills and Life Skills.
What Will You Learn?
- Stress management
- Emotional regulation
- Positive thinking
- Listening skills
- Interpersonal effectiveness
- Handling disputes
- Managing relationships
- Confident communication
- Goal setting
- Decision making
- Problem solving
- Critical and creative thinking
- Executive function skills
Understanding the Communicative Environment – I24:54
Understanding the Communicative Environment – II38:55
Speaking in Groups33:44
The World of Visual Culture I33:49
The Aural : Its relevance and Impact32:28
The Body and the Way It Communicates41:39
The Face, Its Expressions and What It Says23:06
Social Network, Media and Extending Our Identity28:47
Pursuation and Negotiation
Time and Stress Management
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