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Vital Living Skills

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Course Highlights

  • Minimum twenty-four hour course (Offered in both 3 day 8 hour or 6 day 4 hour formats).
  • Small classes to maximize student participation and personalized attention.
  • Discussion-based, peer group setting.
  • Sixteen lessons devoted to life skills and management themes.
  • Self-reflecting homework assignments
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 Weekend or Friday evening enrollments will need to pickup certificate the following business day.
 Call 407‑896‑1894 or 1‑800‑372‑3335 for Details
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Purpose of the Vital Living Skills Course

The Vital Living Skills course is a personal-development, self-improvement course designed to offer a program of discipline for the individual to reduce recidivism, avoid incarceration, and change negative thinking and behavior.  This course also serves as a motivational tool, and is essential for individuals who need more structure in their lives. 


Vital Living Skills Goal

The Vital Living Skills course teaches the participant a variety of life skills, philosophies, and techniques, while building self-esteem and self-confidence in a peer group setting.  The course focuses on motivating the student by teaching a myriad of personal development skills including the basic day-to-day skills of budgeting, decision-making, job searching, problem solving, and relationship skills.


Course Content

  • Involves attitude change and identification of negative influences/thinking.
  • How to develope good habits, self-motivation, and self-conditioning processes.
  • Self-evaluation exercises that assist the individual in organizing and stabilizing their lives.
  • Basics of problem solving, dealing with emotions, and handling emotional blocks.
  • Creating healthy family relationships, practicing and maintaining nourishing relationships, and establishing inter-family understanding and communications.
  • Metods for establishing financial stability.
  • Employment search, completing applications, interviewing and job retention.
  • Learn how to communicate effectively.
  • Understand the consequences of involvement in substance abuse.  Discussing, defining, and explaining the physical and psychological dependence and effects. 
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