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Developing Social Skills FAQ’s

Below are FAQ’s regarding the Developing Social Skills Program.

The Developing Social Skills endorsed program can be delivered in 20 hours with an additional 20 hours of group activities and homework.  It can also be completed wholly in the classroom over 40 hours.

Alternatively, The Modern Finishing School runs during some school holidays. This is where Image Power Australia will deliver the programs directly to your students. 

For the endorsed version of the program the results are weighted as follows:

Workbook exercises (20%), class participation and group activities (20%), assignments (20%), major project (20%), final multiple choice test (15%) and practical exam (5%) .  Teachers assess the program and notify the Schools Curriculum and Standards Authority and Image Power Australia Pty Ltd.

Image Power Australia reserves the right to periodically carry out random assessment audits of results. 

The accredited version is weighted as follows; workbook exercises (40%), class participation (30%), multiple choice questionnaire (20%),   group activities (10%).  Students who are deemed competent are awarded a Certificate of Completion registered with the Australian Government, from Image Power Australia.

A 12 month delivery licence is issued and teachers are trained in the delivery of the program.  A comprehensive step by step trainer manual, all resources and assessment materials needed to successfully deliver the program are included with the 12 month licence.  Teachers are issued with a training delivery certificate that is valid for three years which entitles that teacher to deliver the program within any educational environment that has purchased a valid licence.

The Developing Social Skills program is a flexible program that can be easily modified for differing learning styles and abilities.  The trainer manual contains many choices of exercises and activities that can be utilised according to need.

The program is usually $45 per student with a minimum of 20 students. Alternatively, schools can buy a 200 student access licence for $1900.  Both options are for one year.

 
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