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Positively Alive, Employee Wellness Consultant, Specialist Employee Wellness Training Provider and Employee Health and Wellness Expert.

CK2010/002085/23

BEE Exempt - Micro Enterprise Level 4 EME Entity 2017/2018

Life Skills Training Modules

Employee Health and Wellness - Life Skills Training Modules
 
For All  Levels of Employees
Price:  Each module in the Life Skills Series @ R 8, 500.00/daily training facilitation rate  per module (Min 6 max 25 Delegates)
Provider Accreditation Number: 9639
 
 Module A
Introduction to employee health and wellness (1 day) 
The objective of this module covers the psychology of wellness, as well as the importance of having a healthy state of mind and spirit. The module will introduce the young or new employee to the importance of having balance in their lives as well as provide the skills needed to make healthy life choices.
1.Mental and spiritual well being. 
a.Mental fitness
b.Emotional fitness
c.Spiritual fitness
d.Balancing your wellness wheel 
2.The psychology of balanced wellness   
a.Healthy state of mind enhances one’s ability to deal with:
i.Stress
ii.Anger
iii.Fatigue
3.Setting priorities and goals
a.Planning for the future 
b.Short term goals 
c.Long term goal setting
d.Career planning
e.Building a vibrant career
4.Understanding the consequences of decisions and actions
a.Every action has a consequence
b.Attitudes to career focus and the potential outcomes
 
 Module B
Time management workshop (1 day) 
This module would cover time management, enabling the young person to rate activities based on the urgency, importance, priorities assigned, and the deadlines set. This module includes delegation skills, organisational tools and crisis management.
1.Planning and prioritising your day in a productive manner
a.Setting smart goals
b.Visualising
c.The urgency/importance matrix
2.How to overcome procrastination quickly and effectively.
a.Nine ways to overcome procrastination
3.Skills on how to handle a crisis effectively.  
a.When the storms hit
4.Organising your workspace and workflow to make better use of time.
a.De-clutter
b.Managing workflow
c.Using a diary effectively
5.Delegating more effectively
a.When to delegate
b.Selecting to whom and how to delegate for success
c.Keeping control 

 Module C
Addiction/s – (Including substance use and abuse) (1 day)
By the end of this training module, learners should have covered the following topics:
1.Healthy socialising
a.Changes in last two decades 
b.Options nowadays
2.Substance use and abuse
a.Alcohol and drugs 
b.Healthy use 
c.What constitutes abuse 
d.Where to find help
3.Gyms  
a.Tips for healthy exercise
b.Recognising exercise addiction
c.Steroid use and its consequences
4.Using the new technologies 
a.Internet, Facebook, Twitter, i-phones, tablets
b.Advantages and dangers of the new technologies
c.Healthy use of technology
d.Cell phone etiquette 
e.Unhealthy use – how to recognise it
f.Unhealthy use – what to do
 
 Module D
Being a parent: – Planning for pregnancy and parenthood. Do you really want to be a parent? (1 day)
This module would help young people understand the responsibilities associated with parenthood, and aims to give young people the skills to understand the role of parenthood. When to start a family and the consequences of becoming a parent will be covered. 
1.What you need to consider before becoming pregnant
a.Should I have a baby? Are you ready to have a baby? 
b.The implications of pregnancy (More than 9 months!)
c.The implication of having a baby
i.Financial
ii.Body change
iii.Sex life
iv.Career
v.Family
vi.Friends
2.Being a mother/father – An introduction to parenting.
a. Roles and responsibilities of parenting
b. Making the connection! What happen now! 
i.Infant/Toddler
ii.Pre-School
c.Why do Children Do What They Do? 
d.Finding help and support structures. 

 Module E             

Celebrating the strength of diversity (1 day)

This module would assist young people to understand diversity, address some of the prejudices and misunderstandings surrounding difference, and understand better how to embrace diversity. They will also come to comprehend the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace, and the importance of respect for all arising out of respect for self.

1. Recognising the full range of diversity in South Africa:

  1. Race
  2. Gender
  3. Foreigners and xenophobia
  4. Sexual orientation
  5. Disability
  6. Embracing diversity 

2. Sexual harassment

  1. Defining sexual harassment (the law)
  2. How to avoid it
  3. Seeking help

3. Respect for others

  1. Respect for self
  2. Respecting older people and parents
  3. Respect for authority in the workplace

Module F​​ 

Module F:  Gender Equality and Relationships in the Workplace (1 day)

Short Course Name: Equality + Relationships @ Work

This module will examine the range of relationships that exist in the South African culture, the hallmarks of healthy working relationships and the importance of support structures and assertiveness in relationships at work. It also would help young people understand the complexity of gender. The course will also explore the concepts sex, gender and sexual orientation and relationships towards others and ourselves.

  1. What is sexuality?
  2. Defining important terms
    1. Sex
    2. Gender
    3. Sexual orientation
  3. Understanding of how sexuality and practice has evolved over time
  4. Sexual response cycles
    1. Women
    2. Men
  5. HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
    1. Risks
    2. Practising safer sex
    3. Seeking help
  6. Gender equality at workplace
    1. Equality in the workplace
    2. Respect for others and respect for self
    3. Basic human rights and equality
    4. Bill of rights of South Africa

Module G: 

Communicating for success – Improving communication skills (1 day)

Short Course Name: Communication Skills

This module would help young people understand the importance of effective communication, the role that successful communication has in the development of one’s career and importantly that good and effective communication leads to success.

  1. What are important communication skills for a job interview?
    1. Your CV got you invited to a job interview it means the potential employer/manager believes you are a suitable candidate for the position so:

i.How importance is the first impression you make when arriving for the interview

ii.Non - verbal skills.

iii.Body language

iv.Dressed for success

  1. Why good candidates often don't get the job and why poor candidates sometimes scrape through and are offered the position.
  2. Solving any potential difficulty you may face during a job interview.
  1. Introduction to written communication skills:
    1. Compiling an e-mail
    2. Responding to an e-mail
    3. Management of e-mail response times and effective e-mail data management.
  2. Introduction  to verbal communication skills:
    1. Conveying your message effectively.
    2. Being clear and unambiguous when delivering your message.
    3. Effectively receiving feedback from others.
    4. Ensuring a clear message
    5. Choosing the correct communication language for specific audiences:
  •                      Communicating to peers versus seniors and others

All the above formal training modules are outcomes based and are aligned to unit standard. 

For more information and to obtain a quote for any of the above services or to schedule employee wellness training modules, wellness workshops and/or to arrange for wellness activity/activities in your area contact Alan Brand from Positively Alive Here

 To schedule these training module contact Alan Brand from Positively Alive