• Choices, options and alternatives; we always have them. Be prepared for opportunity. You will discover confidence knowing that you have core strengths and skills that you will take with you through all of your decisions. slider_img_1
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  • Step out of the box. Dream big and take action. Open your mind to a global way of thinking to enrich your life. You will quickly discover more than one solution, and inevitably create insights for a deeper understanding of self and others. slider_img_3
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How to Use the Developing Social Skills Program

There are two versions of the Developing Social Skills Program; the Developing Social Skills Program and Developing Social Skills for the Workplace.
All information regarding the Developing Social Skill Program contained within this website, except necessarily the below, refers to the Schools Curriculum and Standards Authority Endorsed program.


This version is endorsed by the Schools Curriculum and Standards Authority of WA for 2 points on a student’s WACE. It is also Nationally Accredited, and delivered by licensed teachers in as little as 20 classroom lessons.

You will be trained by Image Power’s experienced team of professionals, on how to deliver the program in class. You will also be granted full phone, email and onsite support for the duration of your program licence. Upon adopting a licence, all training materials and resources required to successfully deliver the program to your students is provided by Image Power with no more to pay.

For more information, please contact Image Power Australia.


This version is not endorsed by theSchools Curriculum and Standards Authority of WA for 2 points on a student’s WACE, though it does remain Nationally Accredited.

The Developing Social Skills for the Workplace program is delivered only by Image Power’s Managing Director - Natalia Josephs.

Natalia Josephs will cover all of the prescribed knowledge delivered in the Developing Social Skills Program, in just one intensive day jam packed with group work and highly engaging activities.

Because Natalia Josephs personally delivers this program, places are strictly limited and must be booked well in advance by schools, clubs and training institutions.  She is often booked 12 months in advance, so please contact Image Power Australia for more information.

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