Our teamwork programs are designed to develop the student’s ability to work effectively in teams, communicate with greater effectiveness and solve problems in a group setting. Through the use of Experiential Learning exercises and discussion, students are immersed in challenges and, with the guidance of experienced facilitators, apply the lessons to their personal, academic and social lives.
The teamwork programs cultivate empathy, respect and responsibility, open mindedness, and intercultural understanding.
Working with Diversity
Goals & Roles
Collaboration and Innovation/Problem Solving
Literacy and numeracy and career planning skills are essential to help prepare young people for the transition to work or further education. In addition, young people need a broad range of social skills, coping and problem solving strategies that are tied to a sense of optimism and positive self-esteem. (Knight, 2007).
Knight, C. (2007). A resilience framework: Perspectives for educators. Health Education, 107(6), 543–555.