For 12th Grade: A dynamic evidence and skills-based program that promotes health & personal development; designed to help participants facing new roles and responsibilities that come with transitioning from High School into the workforce, college campus or vocational education.
TRANSITION LIFE COACHING for HIGH SCHOOL - 12th
Cost: $149.00 for 1-day training to include 6-life-skills lessons, 1-Drug Assessment Kit Program and Literature (Valued @ $69.95), 1-Thirty-Minute Life Coach Consultation, 1- Career Assessment Test, Refreshments and Lunch
A dynamic skills-based program that promotes health & personal development; designed to help participants facing new roles and responsibilities that come with transitioning from High School into the workforce, college campus or vocational education. The training program is unique because it offers three competitive advantages:
(1) evidence-based research that targets what the most current research tells us about leading factors and contributing to late adolescent health risk and behaviors,
(2) comprehension that focuses on many of the skills and competencies that are important to emerging adults entering the workforce and college; and
(3) skills training teaching methods which encourages participants to work through real life examples, situations and scenarios that are personally meaningful.
1-Day Training Course:
8:30a 9:00a Registration9:00a 9:45a Goal-Setting for Success9:45a 10:00a Break/Practice10:00a 10:45a Effective Communication10:45a 11:00a Break/Practice11:00a 11:45a Managing Stress11:45a 12:30p Break/Lunch12:30p 1:15p Decision-Making and Risk1:15p 1:30p Break/Practice1:30p 2:15p Managing Time and Money2:15p 2:30p Break/Practice2:30p 3:15p Building Relationships3:15p 3:30p Closing
Pre-Homework for 1st class - Choose an Essay Topic
500 Word Essay: If you met yourself at a party, would you want to be your friend? Why? / Why not?
500 Word Essay: What can you do to make others in your life realize your worth?
500 Word Essay: If you had 30-minutes to talk about the thing that most bothers you, what would you discuss?