Life Skill Development Training-Workshop
Posted 03 January 2008 - 09:43 AM
Invitation to the "Life Skill Development Workshop"
Hurry up grab the great Discount for Students !!
We would like to invite all the career oriented to the " Life Skill Development Workshop" to be conducted from 11th to 13th January ,2008. The workshop aims at exchanging the skills and knowledge which accelerate the motion of your career growth by lubricating your skill. It is a campaign to unify knowledge with career path. The number of participants is limited to 25 persons, and will be confirmed on “first come-first-served basis". Workshop committee reserves the rights to admit or reject the application.
Venue: WNSO-Nepal, Training Hall
Registration deadline : till January 8,2008
( 10.00am to 4.00PM)
Duration: Three Day ( 11th to 13th January,2008)
Session time: 11.00AM to 4.00PM
Workshop Participation Fee:
Organizational or Professional NRS: 1000.00
For Individual students : NRS: 400.00
( This fee includes all training materials and refreshments. The fee does not cover travel and accommodation expenses.)
For Other Details
Pls contact us
WNSO-Nepal, Center Office,
Dilli Bazar , Kathmandu
Opposite of Adhyatma Jyoti FM & Beside of Bajaj Auto Showroom
Tel: 01-2143143 (office time)
Mob: Mr. Yadav Bhattarai: 9841453923 ( 1 pm-3 pm)
Webside : www.wnso.org.np
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshop on Life Skills for Youth
Contents & Program Schedule for 3 whole days workshop
1. Welcome & Introduction
o Expectation sharing
o Training objectives
o Training norms setting
2. Self Analysis
o Values & Values Clarification
o Goal Setting and ideal person
o Prejudices and biases
o Attitude and Perceptions
3. Leadership Skills
o Leader vs. Leadership
o Leadership Types
o Situational Leadership
4. Communication Skills
o One-way Vs. Two-way
o Clear Message
o Active Listening
5. Team building/ Group Dynamics
o Stages of group formation
o Team building
o Freedom vs. Responsibility
6. Decision Making
o What is decision making?
o Types of decision-making
o Techniques of decision making
7. Empathy & Problem solving
o Empathetic Skills
o Problem solving skills
8. Time Management
Which skills are life skills?
Life skills are abilities for adaptive and positive behavior that enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life.
Described in this way, skills that can be said to be life skills are innumerable, and the nature and definition of life skills are likely to differ across cultures and settings. However, analysis of the skill field suggests that there is a core set of skills that are at the heart of skills-based initiatives for the promotion of the health and well being of children and adolescents. There is no definitive list of life skills. The list below includes the psychosocial and interpersonal skills generally considered important. The choice of, and emphasis on, different skills will vary according to the topic and local conditions . Though the list suggests these categories are distinct from each other, many skills are used simultaneously in practice. For example, decision-making often involves critical thinking ("what are my options?") and values clarification ("what is important to me?"). Ultimately, the interplay between the skills is what produces powerful behavioral outcomes, especially where this approach is supported by other strategies such as media, policies and health services.
Communication and Interpersonal Skills
Interpersonal communication skills Verbal/Nonverbal communication
Expressing feelings; giving feedback (without blaming) and receiving feedback
Negotiation and conflict management
Ability to listen and understand another's needs and circumstances and express that understanding
Cooperation and Teamwork
Expressing respect for others' contributions and different styles
Assessing one's own abilities and contributing to the group
Influencing skills & persuasion
Networking and motivation skills
Decision-Making and Critical Thinking Skills
Decision making / problem solving skills
Information gathering skills
Evaluating future consequences of present actions for self and others
Determining alternative solutions to problems
Analysis skills regarding the influence of values and attitudes of self and others on motivation
Critical thinking skills
Analyzing peer and media influences
Analyzing attitudes, values, social norms and beliefs and factors affecting these
Identifying relevant information and information sources
Coping and Self-Management Skills
Skills for increasing internal locus of control
Self esteem/confidence building skills
Self awareness skills including awareness of rights, influences, values, attitudes, rights, strengths and weaknesses
Goal setting skills
Self evaluation / Self assessment / Self-monitoring skills
Skills for managing feelings
Dealing with grief and anxiety
Coping skills for dealing with loss, abuse, trauma
Skills for managing stress
Posted 04 January 2008 - 04:19 AM
Lots of Thanks WNSO-Nepal.
Posted 07 January 2008 - 11:37 AM
Very good opportunity for students who intend to stand with smart life in the society.
Many many thanks to the contributers
Wishing for the grand success of the training !
Posted 29 February 2008 - 08:10 AM
"Orientation on Life Skill Development for youth."
Date: 11th January -13th January, 2008.
The budding youth's generation especially form the rural areas and least developed region from the different parts of Nepal, also the generation next leading the country from all the spheres in nation building are seeking an opportunity to learn various skill to face the competitive global challenges. In this regards WNSO-Nepal an emerging volunteer and not for profit making organisation has been initiating program to address such youth's demands and unifying the efforts of students from outside and within the nation directing all the efforts towards the nation development.
WNSO- Nepal in collaboration with Non government Organisation "Collaborative Endeavour For Integrated Development (CEID) Nepal organised a 3 day Orientation workshop on Life skill Training Development from January 11th-13th , 2008. The target for the training are the budding youths age ranging from 16-25, however there is no age bar anyone can be a part of the 3 days long workshop. The program was formally inaugurated by President of Worldwide Nepalese Student Organisation (WNSO-Nepal) Dr. Sunil Kumar Joshi, he highlighted on the importance of youth role in transformation of nation towards a developed nation. For this youth are considered as the change agent who must undergo reformative change in their thought behaviour , deeds and action , the program may be very useful in building insights towards own self . He further adds that such changes would lead to a positive thinking in youth and also being socially and morally responsible towards various stake of society.
The highly experienced team from CEID Resource person Mr. Binaya Basyal , Mr Sudeep Shrestha , Mr. Ramsharan Poudel and Mr. Hari Khanal and Guest Facilitator Bachchu Ram Basnet are providing a extensive support to the 3 days long Workshop . Mr Nara Bahadur Karki Freelancer also shared experienced on how to think positive and highlighted on the Buddha Philosophy towards Life.(Appreciative Inquiry )
Mr Binaya Basyal and Sudeep Shrestha Facilitated on Introductory Part,
Self Awareness and Self Development. Life Skill development Workshop. Simailarly Mr. Hari Khanal is looking into vital skill for development he focussed on communication skill too. Mr Bachchu Ram Basnet Facilitated on developing assertiveness.
The 25 member participants are actively involved in taking Life Skill Development.
The program content is designed extensively to cater and address the needs of participant , the participatory approach is used throughout the program , so the participants did not feel stress to take part in the 3 days Long Program .
WNSO-Nepal is able to provide the logistics and management support to the program is organised by WNSO-Nepal in collaboration with CEID, Nepal.
The Program is proposed to be formally addressed by the expert from various walks of life in the closing session, 3rd day of the Program.
Edited by Yadav, 29 May 2008 - 04:49 AM.
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