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Developing Social Skills

“... The active ingredients in the programs that worked were largely the same, no matter their ostensible target problem... They shaped the entire school climate, and they used developmentally appropriate lessons. They also taught children specific social-emotional skills like self-awareness, self-management, empathy, perspective taking, and cooperation.”

Dr. Daniel Goleman

Author of “Social Intelligence”

developing_social_skills_1lThe first ever program of its kind to be Endorsed by the Schools Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCASA), the Developing Social Skills Program is an excellent opportunity for students (13-17 years) to develop social skills that will assist them to apply appropriate business and social behavioural standards in life in general, but more specifically in the transition from education to employment.

A crucial component of the Developing Social Skills Program is to equip students with the skills and knowledge to develop resilience in the face of setbacks and increased social facility through the understanding of social concepts and the practical application of those concepts.

Social_Skills_for_KidsThese include such things as positive internal dialogue, the ability to recognise, make, and keep positive relationships, interact with diverse groups, develop an understanding of the importance of empathy and the ability to recognise hidden emotions in others. Practical training also includes social facility within social groups unfamiliar to them and in business environments.

For more information on the Developing Social Skills Program, click on the relevant links below:

 
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