Life skills are associated with managing and living a better quality of life. They help us to accomplish our ambitions and live to our full potential.

Life skills seek to build the capacity of individuals to make decisions and take actions that positively impact their lives and the lives of those around them.  A primary goal is to promote psychological as well as physical well-being.

In a constantly changing environment, having life skills is an essential part of being able to meet the challenges of everyday life. To cope with the increasing pace and change of modern life, students need new life skills such as the ability to deal with stress and frustration.

Education should prepare students for the future, whether that involves going on to further study, joining the world of work or becoming an engaged member of society. students who are able to understand and use these skills, along with their educational qualifications, will be better placed to take advantage of educational and employment opportunities.

There is often a mismatch between what students acquire in the classroom and the demands placed on them outside the classroom. Our life skills training programs aim at bridging this gap. We work in partnership with schools, colleges and children and young people organisations and care homes.

Each program is designed taking into account the individual needs of the participants, helping each institution achieve their mission and goals.

All of our life skills training programs are facilitated using a creative therapeutic approach.


Benefits for individual:

  1. Emotional intelligence
  2. Creative Thinking and Problem Solving
  3. Self-awareness and self-regulation
  4. Self-confidence
  5. Build confidence both in spoken skills and for group collaboration and cooperation
  6. Analyse options, make decisions and understand why they make certain choices outside the classroom
  7. Develop a greater sense of self-awareness and appreciation for others

Benefits for employment:

While students work hard to get good grades, many still struggle to gain employment. We focus on promoting employability skills such as:

  1. The ability to self-manage, solve problems and understand the business environment
  2. Working well as part of a team
  3. Time and people management
  4. Agility and adaptability to different roles and flexible working environments
  5. Leadership skills

Benefits for society:

The more we develop life skills individually, the more these affect and benefit the world in which we live:

  1. Recognising cultural awareness and citizenship makes international cooperation easier
  2. Respecting diversity allows creativity and imagination to flourish developing a more tolerant society
  3. Developing negotiation skills, the ability to network and empathise can help to build resolutions rather than resentments