LIFE SKILLS TRAINING MODULES
1. Understanding self: a) identity b) habits c) living a balanced life
▪ Understanding their core strengths.
▪ Understand the need for a balance in life.
▪ Review your habits and create healthier habits.
2. Managing self: a) goal setting b) health is wealth c) grooming and etiquette d) time management
▪ Understand how to set meaningful goals.
▪ To handle themselves in a way that shows that they have a great tomorrow.
▪ Have a detailed plan on at least 3 areas of their life.
▪ Manage their time in relation to who they want to become tomorrow.
3. Interacting with others: a) communication and conflict resolution b) team work c) gender d)
relationships, sex and marriage
▪ Know how to deal with conflict.
▪ Communicate better with others.
▪ Work well with others.
▪ Relationships with the opposite sex.
1. Personal leadership: a) personal responsibility b) thinking for success c) leadership development
▪ Take responsibility for how you think and act.
▪ Understand the value of positive thinking.
▪ Understand the pitfalls of popular thinking and benefits of shared thinking.
▪ Appreciate what it takes to be a leader.
2. Career planning: a) self-assessment b) technology and the global economy
▪ Establish your position (where you currently are in life).
▪ Prepare a plan for reaching your goals
3. Tools and skills for employment: a) CV writing skills b) interpersonal communication skills c) interview skills d) presentation skills
▪ Be able to develop a CV, resume, application letter and cover letter.
▪ Prepare for a job interview-interview tips before, during and after interview.
▪ Participants to identify the most effective and least effective behaviors of interpersonal skills.
4. Grooming and etiquette
▪ Learn modern manners for the business world.
▪ Learn workplace and office etiquette.
▪ Email etiquette and business writing: professional online behavior.
▪ Building a professional image.
5. Gender and employment: a) sex and gender b) gender relations c) cycle of gender gaps d)
gender inequalities e) gender participation in society f) sexual harassment in the workplace
▪ To explore differences between sex and gender.
▪ To explore gender relations in participants’ own life.
▪ To acquire awareness of the cycle of gender gaps.
▪ Develop an understanding of structures that perpetuate gender inequalities at the level of household, community, workplace and the state.
6. Financial literacy
▪ Learn how to save, budget, and invest
▪ Minimise liabilities
▪ Financial independence
This training will take place over 6 days, on Fridays for two hours