“We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.”
– Franklin D. Roosevelt
In its endeavor to build the youth for the future, Echelon Institute of Technology has developed & introduced a handcrafted youth development program on “Life Skills and Communication” for a holistic development of the skills of the students in a gradual process, appropriate to the age of the youth in the program.
We know, life skills are an acquired ability to do something well. Mastery of the life skills requires opportunities to try, make mistakes, and try again. These are learned in sequential steps related to the age and stage of development of the young person. The goal of “Life Skills and Communication” is to provide opportunities to young people for experiencing the life skills, to practice them, and become capable of using them throughout a lifetime.
“Life Skills and Communication” is essential for developing professionals today as students can upgrade and enhance themselves and be able to stay ahead and compete in the evolving world of work.