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Developing Social Skills Program Features

Developing Social Skills is a unique training program designed to advance social skills in 13 to 17 year olds. The program builds confidence and resilience, and promotes positive interaction in business and social situations through awareness activities and practical information.

This easy-to-navigate three module program contains the latest techniques in facilitating effective learning for young students. Most of this program is facilitated through practical activities and unique assessment pieces that provide real opportunities for students to practice and hone their new essential life skills.

NATIONAL CREDENTIALS

The Developing Social Skills Program  is Nationally Accredited by the Training and Accreditation Council, and Department of Education, Employment Workplace Relations compliant

The Developing Social Skills Program meets Phase III and IV criteria of the Australian National Blueprint for Career Development.

ENDORSED BY THE SCHOOLS CURRICULUM AND STANDARDS AUTHORITY

The Developing Social Skills Program is endorsed under the Personal Development category of the Western Australian School Curriculum and Standards Authority  for one unit on the WACE. This program significantly contributes to a student’s West Australian Certificate of Education.

JAM PACKED WITH PRACTICAL LEARNING

This easy-to-navigate three module program contains the latest techniques in getting students to learn. Most of this program is facilitated through practical activities and unique assessment pieces that provide real opportunities for students to practice and hone their new essential life skills.

To see the Developing Social Skills Course Outline, click here.

Students are provided with a colourful workbook to facilitate their learning. Please contact Image Power  Australia to view a copy of the work book.

LATEST SCIENTIFIC TECHNIQUES

The Developing Social Skills Program utilizes the latest works of Dr. Howard Gardner, Dr. Daniel Goleman, Dr. Martin Seligman, Dr. Paul Eckman, Dr. Norman Doidge  and many more experts, as well as cutting edge practical activities stemming from proven psychological theory.

Students will be learning so much, in so little time, while maintaining their attention and ensuring maximum information retention. 

FLEXIBLE DELIVERY

The Developing Social Skills Program is designed for students aged between 13 to 17, and could be completed in class in as little as 20 lessons. The program is easily tailored to meet your students' specific demographic. All the hard work has been done for you!

Developing Social Skills is a unique training program designed to advance social skills in 13 to 17 year olds. The program builds confidence and resilience, and promotes positive interaction in business and social situations through awareness activities and practical information.
This easy-to-navigate three module program contains the latest techniques in facilitating effective learning for young students. Most of this program is facilitated through practical activities and unique assessment pieces that provide real opportunities for students to practice and hone their new essential life skills.


NATIONAL CREDENTIALS
The Developing Social Skills Program  is Nationally Accredited by the Training and Accreditation Council, and Department of Education, Employment Workplace Relations compliant (National Code: 52231).
Upon completion of the program, participants will be awarded with a unique Certificate of Completion registered with the Australian Government.    
The Developing Social Skills Program meets Phase III and IV criteria of the Australian National Blueprint for Career Development.


ENDORSED BY THE CURRICULUM COUNCIL
The Developing Social Skills Program is endorsed under the Personal Development category of Curriculum Council Endorsed Programs for 2 points (Program Code: PIPSS). This program significantly contributes to a student’s West Australian Certificate of Education. 


JAM PACKED WITH PRACTICAL LEARNING
This easy-to-navigate three module program contains the latest techniques in getting students to learn. Most of this program is facilitated through practical activities and unique assessment pieces that provide real opportunities for students to practice and hone their new essential life skills.

To see the Developing Social Skills Course Outline, click here.
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Students are provided with a colourful workbook to facilitate their learning. Please contact Image Power  Australia to view a copy of the work book.

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LATEST SCIENTIFIC TECHNIQUES
The Developing Social Skills Program utilizes the latest works of Dr. Howard Gardner, Dr. Daniel Goleman, Dr. Martin Seligman, Dr. Paul Eckman, Dr. Norman Doidge  and many more experts, as well as cutting edge practical activities stemming from proven psychological theory.
Students will be learning so much, in so little time, while maintaining their attention and ensuring maximum information retention. 
FLEXIBLE DELIVERY
The Developing Social Skills Program is designed for students aged between 13 to young adult hood, and could be completed in class in as little as 20 lessons. The program is easily tailored to meet your student’s specific demographic. All the hard work has been done for you!

 
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