Social Skills (Day 2): Teaching Social Skills
The importance of being socially skilled cannot be over-estimated. We all need these skills to communicate effectively to listen to others, to express ourselves, to be taken seriously and to make friends. We know that social competence contributes to quality of life and has been repeatedly demonstrated to be a critical variable in predicting success in future life. However, not all children develop social competence naturally. Some people struggle with their social skills and require intervention.
- Contact Hours: 7.0 hrs
- Duration: 1 Days
- Format: Workshop
- Language: English