Our Life Skills Programmes are designed to teach a broad set of behavioral skills- also referred to as ‘soft’ or non-cognitive skills that enable students between the ages of 13 to 21 deal with the every day demands of school and personal life. These life skills are also designed to help them achieve professional success and act as a bridge between what they develop in their school life and what they need to practice to be successful in their careers.
Why it matters
According to a World Bank Report conducted in 2013 – 2014 (www.worldbank.org), these Life Skills “can affect both education and labor market outcomes in developed countries…and a key complement to increase the effectiveness of vocational skills”
So in 2014, with our background in behaviourial and competency based learning and development, we set up CLIA YOUTH AND EDUCATION and embarked on a journey to help learning institutions build and develop their students social and behaviorial skills to respond better to the demands of school and the working world.